Download eBooks Letters to My Ex [PDF, ePub, Mobi] by Marvin Barnes Online for Free "Click Visit button" to access full FREE ebook. Start by marking “Letters to My Ex” as Want to Read: Nikita Singh is the bestselling author of eleven novels, including Letters to My Ex, Every Time It Rains and Like a Love Song. After working in the book publishing industry in New Delhi for a few years, she got her MFA in. Cici. B's debut novel, Letters To My Ex, is a collection of letters written to a past love over a three year period of time that was never sent to himbut they are far .
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'It feels like I'm on autopilot; I have no control over anything. The pain of losing you is so crippling that I can barely hold pieces of myself together. Th. Nikita Singh - Letters to My Ex. Letters to My Ex. Nikita Singh · Romance · Google Play App Store. Published by. Esha Sanghvi. Language. [Ebook PDF] Letters To My Ex FOR DOWNLOAD FREE:https://ebook-dl. balsodoctforri.gq?id= #Ebook Letters To My Ex.
Basically, it is an epistolary novella written by the author in a mode of relieving her depression from the broken heart and break up.
I was wondering whether this was based on a true story or it was being fictionalized. Whatever it was, I like it. She shared her experiences not only to let us visualize but also to realize about the reality of the failure in relationships. I hea I gave 3 stars because the book has its soft spot in me. I heard that the physical copy of the the book is expensive. Mine is only ePub version but worth having it. May 24, Natalie Anne rated it did not like it.
Short and unreadable. Jul 05, Rayene Mammeri rated it really liked it. View 1 comment.
Sep 20, Katlyn Lopinto rated it it was amazing. Totally relatable book. Cici caught me on the first page. Her words hit home. Dec 06, Alyssa rated it it was ok Shelves: I initially thought it was a poetry book until I started reading. Silly me, the title is a give away as the premise of the book. There were a lot of anger and bitterness. It felt heavy to read. It's a good thing it's only a couple of pages. I don't think I would have finished it if it was more.
My heart couldn't take the heartbreak. It was hopeful in the end, that's something I liked and everything happened in real life so hello freaking cheating and lying James.
All the feels I bought this book after reading some of her posts on Instagram. Most of her stuff resonates with me to my core and I wanted to see what she had to say. This book was incredible if only too short. It was like she reached into my soul and wrote all the words from there.
Mar 24, Adrianne rated it it was amazing Shelves: I have a new found level of respect for CiCi. She poured her heart out onto the pages of her journal through one of the most devastating situations I think anybody could experience. Then, she prints those pages for the whole world to read. Dec 31, Alejandra Sandoval rated it it was ok. Sep 23, sada. This book should have been an article or a blog post, but not a book.
I feel for her and I want to smack James, but this is a bad book. The character of Nidhi is a strong girl. The author sketched the characters beautifully. The characters are sorted and the author knew where to take the story. It is a short book which hardly takes few hours. Looking for a new plot story.
Give it a try. A story of love and togetherness. A story of heartbreaks and hopes. A story of unfinished promises. Mar 06, Vidhya Thakkar rated it liked it.
I was so excited to read this book.
Its a short book with pages. One can finish it within few hours. The book revolves around Nidhi and Abhya. Nidhi who broke her engagement with Abhay writes letters to her EX. Their love for years was finished when Nidhi called off her engagement. The title and cover of the book are catchy and attractive.
I had high expectations from the book. The plot of the story is in form of letters. The letters that Nidhi writes to Abhay.
In between they exchange emails. The plot is repetitive by the author. In the first chapter, it was becoming hard for me to connect with the book. There is no in-depth narration, nor it was catchy. The pace of the story is too slow.
The tempo of the book is also dull. The narration of the story is good, but it was not as convincing as her other books.
The language used by the author is simple, interesting and easy. The story goes smoothly but not a structured one. There were some things which are missing in the story. It was like an incomplete story.
The ending was sudden and unexpected. The characters that author made are really strong. A smart, Matured character. It was much like a childish character. A lost one. Overall it was a good read. Apr 17, Sulagna Mondal rated it liked it Shelves: What exactly goes inside our minds after we break up?
If we still love the person, how do we overcome our broken hearts? Imagine that you are deeply in love with this person but you break the relationship because all of a sudden you felt that this other person does not love you anymore. What would you do? Keep on loving the person? Or break everything and run away from the person? Nikita Singh's Letters to My Ex starts with our protagonist, Nidhi's, letters that she writes to herself stating why What exactly goes inside our minds after we break up?
Nikita Singh's Letters to My Ex starts with our protagonist, Nidhi's, letters that she writes to herself stating why and how she broke her engagement with her fiance Abhay. The letters are simple description about her perspective of and feelings for Abhay.
Her letters say how they met and how everything fell into pieces and how everything led to her and Abhay's long term relationship, and finally how Nidhi came to the conclusion that Abhay loved her no more.
I have to be honest here. This was my first novel by Nikita Singh and I have had heard a lot about her books. So naturally I had a lot of expectations from this novel.
But I was a tiny bit let down. I wanted a good, strong story which this novel lacks. I mean, it's well and good what the message of the book is, but I wanted more. The book had a lot of potential for a good background story. But readers are deprived of it. I was kind of wishing for snippets of romantic memories from Nidhi and Abhay's past so that I could feel more attached to the characters.
But I could not. I really wished I could get an elaborate story of Nidhi and Abhay's relationship, but this was not possible within a mere pages. I liked the book and would definitely recommend it to anyone who likes reading short, simple and crisp realistic love stories.
View 1 comment. Full review at- https: Letters to my ex was a rather disappointing read for me and the 2 stars are the result of an aggregate of various factors taken into consideration. The content is repetitive as the protagonist writes about the same feelings again and again, but each time with a different wordplay. The same way academics drag their essays to reach the word limit. It is a clear example of how assumptions, overthinking and lack of communication can ruin a relat Full review at- https: It is a clear example of how assumptions, overthinking and lack of communication can ruin a relationship.
Mar 12, Kunal Sharma rated it did not like it.
I had a hard time reading through this work. A girl runs away from her wedding. She takes time out later to analyze what just transpired.
She reasons with herself and then with her boyfriend who she embarrassed by doing the disappearing act. Nidhi is the main protagonist. Abhay is her much underrated boyfriend. Abhay is too sorted out, this freaks Nidhi out on her wedding day, she expects him to behave differently while I had a hard time reading through this work.
Abhay is too sorted out, this freaks Nidhi out on her wedding day, she expects him to behave differently while he keeps up with the perfectly sorted out demeanor. Or was it the kissing episode involving Abhay and a female friend?
Anyways, in the end, things work out fine — I am not going to say if Nidhi and Abhay patch up for sake of readers who still want to read this book.
As I stated above, I see Nidhi in an unconventional light — I would never date her. I believe she over cooks every little incident. I had to go to sleep so many times while reading her letters, I guess I came to know this about myself after reading her letters — I am no love philosopher. Too much emphasis on analysis of what happened just belittles the pure emotional content therein. One of my friend told me when we were little — love is like pickle, take too much and it spoils the whole experience.
Like a banal ritual. Abhay might as well be the marquee husband. Too much of a good guy. No such thing at least as of now, I can vouch on behalf of my species I can tell you that the likes of Nidhi will need to wait another couple of years till Artificial Intelligence truly kicks in and creates something of a cyborg like Abhay. This guy will listen to you patiently when you are confused and angry or just plain confused. Then this cyborg will say something that will make you weak in the knees again.
He will never love you like a man. That will be a good reason to run from weddings. Apr 08, Neha rated it liked it Shelves: Review coming soon. Nikita Singh's latest book 'Letters to My Ex' is very different from her previous books. This book is in the letter-format.
It has a unique format of narration.
I was very excited about this book since the time when the author announced the book. I have read most of her previous books and loved them. Also, since the title as well as the cover of the book is very attractive and seems interesting, I had really high expectations from this book. The plot is quite simple. The main characters are Nidhi Nikita Singh's latest book 'Letters to My Ex' is very different from her previous books. The main characters are Nidhi and Abhay.
They had been in a relationship for almost five years. At their engagement, Nidhi calls it off, and thus their long loving relationship comes to an end abruptly. However, the reason for this is unknown at the beginning, which seems confusing. Nidhi decides to pen down her feelings in letter format. Also, Abhay's point of view and feelings has been explored.
You have to read the book to know why Nidhi broke the engagement, and also what happens to them later. The author has well portrayed a romantic story in a different format.
The language is lucid, which makes it a very easy read. The book is divided into twelve chapters, each title named after a month. The book is very fast paced. The plot is not very deep and it is quite hollow and cliched. The book at times seems to lack the property to keep the readers glued to the book.
It is very fast paced. It did not quite meet my expectations. Overall, the book is a short, easy light-read and fans of contemporary and romantic fictions can give it a read.
You people might like this book. Dec 15, Pooja Banga rated it liked it Shelves: Author has tried to explain her feelings to her ex I have always loved writing and reading letters. This is the story of Abhay and Nidhi, a couple who were in love, were about to get engaged. But on the day of the engagement, Nidhi leaves without an explanation.
Why did she leave? What will happen to both of them? These two questions form the crux of the story. The narrative is in form of letters,letters written to each other. I loved the first part of the story and it captured all the emotions one feels after a breakup. The ending was pretty I have always loved writing and reading letters. The ending was pretty predictable Good for a one time read I like the letter-format narration, but somehow Letters to My Ex felt hollow. I could not connect with the emotions and found myself more confused than the protagonist Nidhi.
It felt rushed and unplanned. The only solace was the last few letters, but other than that, it was a disappointing read.
Jan 02, Jigar rated it it was ok. The content was repetitive! Didn't find that much fun to read. Can be avoided. She reasons with herself and then with her boyfriend who she embarrassed by doing the disappearing act. Nidhi is the main protagonist. Abhay is her much underrated boyfriend. Abhay is too sorted out, this freaks Nidhi out on her wedding day, she expects him to behave differently while I had a hard time reading through this work.
Abhay is too sorted out, this freaks Nidhi out on her wedding day, she expects him to behave differently while he keeps up with the perfectly sorted out demeanor. Or was it the kissing episode involving Abhay and a female friend? Anyways, in the end, things work out fine — I am not going to say if Nidhi and Abhay patch up for sake of readers who still want to read this book.
As I stated above, I see Nidhi in an unconventional light — I would never date her.