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1 Subin Bhattarai - Summer Love - 1 - Shruti-Sambeg - Summer Love is a Nepali Novel written by Subin Bhattarai. This is his first novel and is very popular among Nepalese. Summer Love is a Nepali novel by Subin Bhattarai published by Fine Print in Bhattarai's Create a book · Download as PDF · Printable version. Subin Bhattarai is the author of समर लभ [Summer Love] ( avg rating, Nepal . Website. caite.info Twitter. subinbhattarai1. Genre. Fiction, Romance · edit data · Combine Editions · Subin Bhattarai's books.
This book has totally hacked my mind n is flowing through all the veins of my heart.. Summer love 1. It says the dynamic story of our life and about how everything is so much untrue about life. It is the retelling of an everyday life. In short: Unknown February 12, at 1: Dec 11, Raju rated it really liked it.
Unknown December 14, at Unknown February 12, at 1: Unknown February 12, at 6: Anonymous February 21, at 8: Popular Posts. The Summer Love's story mainly takes place in capital city Kathmandu Nepal Saya is the sequel of famous novel "Summer Love" by Subin Bhattarai. After the grand success of Summer Love, Bhattarai was enco Saya is Wagle is a journalist and a writer who worked as editor for Kantipur Daily u This is a story of a man from the remote areas of far weste This is a document of Nepal's history during the Ran In the middle of the story, Saaya is completely changed and you have no idea why and just to find that out, you have to read part 2.
It's kind of annoying sometimes when you have to do that. On the other hand, the character, Sushmita seems so lame and nonexistent.
I don't think there ever existed a woman like her and neither will be there in future. And Saaya's father, Dayaram or Dayabir whatever his name is, he doesn't seem to be 'Dayalu' even though there is Daya in his name. He calls Atit all the way from Dhangadi to Kathmandu just to humiliate him. And the author ends the book in such a way that you saw part two coming miles away but in his defence, he had to write part 2 otherwise, it would be one of those times where you convict a prisoner without hearing a defender.
So if you want to know the full story, Read Summer Love part 1 - Atit's part of the story Read Saaya part 2 - Saya's part of the story Then sit back, relax and punish the convict! Last but not least, the biggest question I kept asking myself throughout the book- 'Why is it called Summer Love? Jul 12, Nripesh Ayer rated it liked it. Well, it was "listening" in fact but book lai reading lekhnu ko ananda nai beglai. Kasto cha ta yo upanyas?
Maan bata padnus without any prejudice, ramro lagne cha yo katha ajhai tyo mitho boli of Achyut ghimire maan kina naparos , ani dimag ko dristi bata padnus, kami komjori dekha parchan, namaja lagne cha, adha samaya judgement mai bitcha, khera.
Malai ta ramrai lagyo, purai nepali ma padeko suneko pahilo upanyas bhayera hola, hunata palpasa padeko thiye tara engish ma, ani muna madan ni padeko thiye tara kabita saili cha, yo pahilo nai bhannu parla, nepali novel ma. Aba mauka milayera nepali aru ni padchu Feb 06, Kriti Acharya rated it did not like it.
This book was very frustrating. After a lot of hype and its popularity wanted to give it a try however was greatly disappointed. I guess not the genre I would care about. There are many other great Nepali writers who have amazing writing style and have solid content in their book compared to this one. Apr 08, Rupesh Waiba added it. I like it still going on Aug 19, Deepak Neopane rated it did not like it.
Total waste of time. May 18, Swapna Bogati rated it liked it. Simply Y. Mar 18, Baklol Master rated it did not like it. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. One of the worst books that I've ever come across. This is "writing just for the sake of publishing". First of all the book feels rather incomplete and dragged.
There are quite a few "not absolute plotholes" but kind of "why would anyone in their prudent mind do such stuff" moments. This guy, Atit is in love with a girl for 2 years. She goes to Norway during the 3rd.
Uhhh huh And then suddenly During t One of the worst books that I've ever come across. During this whole period, the boy doesn't even feel it necessary to give even the slightest hint to his parents that he's in love with this Newari girl and suddenly after the girl proposes of marriage, he informs his parents and that's it The girl's confrontation with her parents should have been written, rather it is shrugged under the carpet as if something not worthy of mention despite her parents disapproval being the biggest plot point.
The boy's meeting with the girl's father could have been written way more interestingly. Neither the writer succeeds in portraying kiran and the group as best friends. We know they are a group and they are good friends just because the narrator constantly hovers around it. Could have been much better had it been shown by their actions.
This Atit guy is "hey, I'll stalk the shit out of you until you confess to me" kind of a guy. You'd think that her coming to Delhi just to marry this guy despite her parents' consent was sufficient enough reason to believe that she has chosen Atit over her parents but NO And that guy follows her to Norway just to convince her after all that's been done?
The author throws bits of thoughtful lines here and there which mostly are irrelevant or just over the top. Dec 19, Pratyasha rated it really liked it Shelves: My heart is still heavy since I just finished reading it. I'd taken the hint from the prologue that it could be a tragic story I hoped for a happy ending since the story at the start was really light and always left me asking for more cuteness, and more fluff; until I noticed the frustration in their relationship in the second half.
At some point, I seemed to have stopped hoping for a happy ending. Instead, I tried to accept the fact that it would turn out to be tragic. In the latter-half, everything was intense, it all seemed to be going too fast. And to be honest, I loved reading every paragraph, every sentence and every word of the book. Still, the ending somehow held me back from giving it 5 stars. Yea, I know it's based on a true story from what I know , but I really wished for them to get back and work it all out; for Saya to open up atleast once.
I wish I could understand her character. Yet, no matter how hard I try, I just can't figure out the reason she left the guy hanging. Her actions actually hurt me. But just how it seems, relationships are confusing. I'll probably get over it soon. However, I don't see it as the author's mistake.
I think he did a great job with this novel. The words he chose have taken a great part on keeping me on the edge of my seat, even with this typical romantic troupe. In short: I loved it.
I feel like it left the readers hanging because of the open ending, but I'll forgive the author for that since it is said to be based on a true story. A good read. What I'm mostly worried about is that it might be difficult for me to move on from this book for a few days.
Jan 13, Norbeen Baral rated it it was amazing. Most interesting book I read so far. Atit falls in love with the entrance topper Saya, while he ranked the lowest in the list. His quest to find who she was, finally pays off.
They both fall in love , have intimate relations but no one knows about it. To pursue their dream, they finally depart and Saya leaves for Norway and Atit becomes officer. Saya is restless so s Most interesting book I read so far. With his friends Kiran and company they get married and leaves for Norway.
Saya faces problem when she is back but couldn't share with Atit and Atit thinks that Saya has forgetten him. One day Saya leaves for London and doesn't communicate with Atit. This creates a misunderstanding between them and Atit feels ignored. He feels betrayed and has sexual relation with Susmita, the receptionist at his work. Saya now feel betrayed and thinks he has affair with the girl. If he can move on with life, Why can't I? So, she breaks the communication with Atit and meets Sujan.
She tries to forget Atit and gets convinced to marry Sujan. But doesn't, and the book ends with the misunderstanding. On his next book, Saya we find the other part of the story. Summer love is based on Atit's perspective. Saya is from Saya's perspective. Nice love story. Dec 11, Raju rated it really liked it. Sep 06, Sagar Kc rated it it was amazing.
Nov 06, Anup Shrestha rated it liked it. Dec 08, Lucky Adhikari rated it it was amazing. Nice novel. Feb 18, Kush Pandit rated it liked it. Mar 28, Sanjay Upreti rated it it was amazing.
Its a love story. After reading this book what I can conclude is this is not written by professional writer or it's written by beginner.
But every event and every line of novel reads reals. Due to events in known places like central TU and Some parts of India Due to one month long India tour, those places were no more unknown to me I became able to make image about each and every places in story. But some question remained unanswered in my mind. Why she went London? Is love of Saya just a play or is she bounded by some circumstances? Why Saya behaving like unknown to Mr Atit though he is her husband? If not novel will be no more complete.
It will remain incomplete. Oct 29, Pranav Dhakal rated it really liked it Shelves: It is cheesy. It is so dramatic type Jan 22, Sandesh Rajbhandari rated it really liked it.
I like this book as one of my first Nepali novel. I have no history of having read a proper Nepali novel and somehow I was forced to read this novel. A story describing the love during college which didn't stand as the time passed. It says the dynamic story of our life and about how everything is so much untrue about life.
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