To Live Once Again PDF/EPUB ✓ To Live PDF/EPUB or


To Live Once Again ❰PDF / Epub❯ ✅ To Live Once Again Author Jayanti Mukherjee – Buyprobolan50.co.uk On the day Yamini accidentally finds herself behind the door of her parents bedroom, she witnesses the monster that her father is and her life is changed irrevocably Scared, friendless and alone, she On the day Yamini accidentally finds herself behind the door of her parents bedroom, she witnesses the monster that her father is and her life is changed irrevocably Scared, friendless and alone, she revolts in solitude It is when her father To Live PDF/EPUB or sends her to a convent boarding school in the serene hills of Nainital does she find her true friend LavanyaBut Lavanya, a chirpy girl, has her share of problems from a broken family In each other, the two young girls find their faithful confidantes and cultivate a deep friendship Both girls have secrets of their own painful past that refuses to abandon their thoughtsThey take their separate ways, Yamini in her quest to live with dignity and independence and Lavanya striving to find an honest relationship But life has its own twists Will the two friends meet again Can friendships stand the test of time Can scars of childhood be erased and forgotten A story of courage To Live Once Again.

    To Live Once Again PDF/EPUB ✓ To Live PDF/EPUB or honest relationship But life has its own twists Will the two friends meet again Can friendships stand the test of time Can scars of childhood be erased and forgotten A story of courage To Live Once Again."/>
  • Paperback
  • 136 pages
  • To Live Once Again
  • Jayanti Mukherjee
  • English
  • 03 November 2019
  • 8172344015

About the Author: Jayanti Mukherjee

Jayanti Mukherjee also known as Jayanti Anubhav was born in Bihar and grew up in Ranchi Jharkhand in India She attended St Xavier s College for her graduation and completed her MBA, before moving to Mumbai to pursue a career in To Live PDF/EPUB or the financial industry An avid reader and travel enthusiast Jayanti quit her banking insurance career to devote her entire time to pen down her debut novel To Live Once Again Actively involved with humanitarian causes, Jayanti lives in Mumbai.



10 thoughts on “To Live Once Again

  1. Dyuti Dyuti says:

    Disclaimer I received this book from a Goodreads giveaway However, all my opinions are honest and in no way influenced by the author or publisher Last night I started this book at around midnight, and three hours later as I lay in the dark, after completing it, I could not get much sleep I kept mulling over it thinking about the characters, the situations and the overall feel of the book So you can see, its one of those books which will compel you to think Not just read and move on.Disclaimer I received this book from a Goodreads giveaway However, all my opinions are honest and in no way influenced by the author or publisher Last night I started this book at around midnight, and three hours later as I lay in the dark, after completing it, I could not get much sleep I kept mulling over it thinking about the characters, the situations and the overall feel of the book So you can see, its one of those books which will compel you to think Not just read and move onOkay, lets start with the things that I liked.Jayanti Anubhav is quite a refreshing break from the Bhagat ish genre of Indian Literature which is flooding the market Itdoes not have bad grammar, poor prose, or an unimaginative story line So, a thumbs up from me Secondly, the characters are very well sketched out Their backgrounds are well defined, so that you can identify sympathize with their pain, and sufferings The theme of the book that we should give life a chance no matter how terrible things seem is also very poignantly and beautifully woven into the tale Thirdly this is a selfish reason , being a Bengali myself, Ilovedthe Bong Connection And the story had oodles of it And besides, which girl has not dreamt about getting schooled in a posh convent boarding school amidst the picturesque hills of Nainital So reading about two girls growing up there was quite a treat However, one downside to the story was the ending I wished it ended on a happier note I know life is not always about fairy tale endings, and this novel ended with a tone of a brighter tomorrow, but I could not help but feel terribly sad about the cost at which it was bought Other than that, there were a few typing and grammatical errors very few, can be overlooked or corrected in the next edition in the first few pages.A few things to say to the authorConsidering that you ll be reading this review, I would appreciate if you d reply1 Miss Jacob seemed to be a pretty likable and honest character How is it that she had no idea about how her brother really was I mean, her own brother She had to have some faint idea at least Could she not even hint anything to Yamini I found it a little upsetting that she unknowingly led to the unhappiness of two of her favourite students It seemed a little out of her character 2 Another little thing which I also felt as being out of character was Lavanya s view spoiler one night stand hide spoiler It didn t quite add up I mean, Lavanya was portrayed as a vivacious, independent and intelligent girl There is nothing wrong with having a crush, and it is still forgivable to steal a kiss with someone whom you ve just met once But making love Don t get me wrong It can happen I m not saying that it can t, or not judging it morally What I m trying to say is that it just was not expected of her at least maybe if you d allowed the romance to play up a bit between them, and then let the scenes follow, it would seem natural Just my personal opinion 3 What is your Bengali connection It seemed like you had some, considering there were quite a lot of Bengali influences in the book I m quite curious to know.Anyway, on the whole, To Live Once Again was quite a good read, and I enjoyed it Good Luck to Jayanti Anubhav for her future projects 3.5 stars

  2. Swosti Mishra Swosti Mishra says:

    This book has a distinct vernacular flavor despite being written in English It centers on the lives of Yamini and Lavanya whose fates are interestingly intertwined right from the beginning Bordering on various social issues like domestic violence, broken marriages, discrimination against girl child and irresponsible parenthood, the story flows like a curvy alley between Yamini and Lavanya The characters of Yamini and Lavanya slowly unfold with well constructed backgrounds of disturbed childho This book has a distinct vernacular flavor despite being written in English It centers on the lives of Yamini and Lavanya whose fates are interestingly intertwined right from the beginning Bordering on various social issues like domestic violence, broken marriages, discrimination against girl child and irresponsible parenthood, the story flows like a curvy alley between Yamini and Lavanya The characters of Yamini and Lavanya slowly unfold with well constructed backgrounds of disturbed childhood, distanced families and a series of events that also justify their outlook towards life Isolated from the rest of the students in the boarding school, they develop a strong kinship owing to their family backgrounds and their common interest in literature After a few blissful years of companionship, Yamini and Lavanya part ways and proceed with their lives that never stopped surprising them.Elements like irony and fate are effectively used to render interesting twists to the plots Yamini, who grew up detesting her father s abusive attitude towards her mother and loathing her mother s submissiveness,steps into a world she had never imagined for herself Lavanya, on the other hand, transformed into a woman strikingly different from the little girl who grew up under the shadow of a glamorous mother Years apart, Yamini and Lavanya again cross paths as adults Their lives are again intertwined by a common string But this time, it s not the boarding school The story ends with a heightened drama and decisions which alter the lives of the protagonists forever The story is also sprinkled with delicate sentiments that instantly strike a chord These are the moments you can connect with in isolation from the story She had never hugged her mother since the age of four when Madhumita was leaving for a party and Lavanya didn t want her to go She was crying as she hugged her mother s legs and said, Mom, please don t go Madhumita slapped her and said, Never do that again Look what you have done You have ruined my sari Lavanya never forgot that evening and she never hugged her again It s a well written story from a first time author A slightly jerky beginning gradually gives way to a crafty narration Minor editing issues fail to divert your attention by the engaging story telling The end may seem slightly abrupt for those who crave forThings I liked about the book Interesting story telling Imaginative writing Well constructed background establishing the characters of the protagonist Beautiful narration that adds substance to the plot Smooth flow of story between complex plots

  3. Tashfeen Tashfeen says:

    Very good script and a strong story line The book is about two women from different wakes of life, growing up at the same boarding school, sharing their experiences and coming to love each other Both women suffer deeply from the social stigma and the patriarchal society At a later point the story moves into a direction where both their lives get badly intertwined into a seemingly impossible situation.

  4. Privy Trifles Privy Trifles says:

    Reading this book re emphasizes on your belief that life can be so unpredictable, you don t know what is in store for you the next moment With this book the author, has brought out the vulnerable side of women very beautifully Women are generally very gullible by nature Having been through some things in life they become cautious for future but that does not deter them from trusting someone onceonly to be hurt again.The main protagonist in the story Yamini is a strong, independent and Reading this book re emphasizes on your belief that life can be so unpredictable, you don t know what is in store for you the next moment With this book the author, has brought out the vulnerable side of women very beautifully Women are generally very gullible by nature Having been through some things in life they become cautious for future but that does not deter them from trusting someone onceonly to be hurt again.The main protagonist in the story Yamini is a strong, independent and confident young lady She knows what she wants from life and has the zeal to fight the world for it But life lands her in circumstances where she is let down by everyone around her The trauma she had faced as a child comes back to haunt her again and again And the memories of distant past simply refuse to leave her She tries hard to gather all the scattered remains and attempt To Live Once Again.The other protagonist Lavanya is her best friend who unfortunately is also a victim to the harsh realities of life They both seem to have so many similarities when it comes to their hobbies, likes and dislikes which makes them inseparable best friends But sadly they also have similarities in terms of their life They both feel left out by their own families And they both have been denied care and affection by their own parents for various reasons They both grow up to take separate ways in life only to meet one last time which acts as a final nail in the coffin.Time and again life keeps on testing Yamini and she manages to emerge a survivor by winning those tests But there is time in life when it gets too much for one to bear and one needs to take certain decisions which change our lives forever Yamini s life has been full of such decisions and yet today once again she is standing at crossroads which demands her to take a life altering decision onceso that she can try To Live Once Again.The narration is very lucid in a very simple language The story is set in different areas of North and South India, and the author has managed to do justice to beauty of both these locations Lies, treachery, deceit, love, lust, money, name, fame and power All this comes to life in the pages of this book as you accompany Yamini on her life s journey.Overall a heart rendering tale of two young girls that makes you look at life in a different light

  5. Pooja Krishnan Pooja Krishnan says:

    this is actually a vry gud novel,the 1 which motivates us to do wat v lik ,vry vry gud novel i liked it a lot

  6. Catherine Lumina Catherine Lumina says:

    Nice book

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *