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It's Not My Fault! Peter and the Children: God's Good News Through Puppets. Dragon Talks: And yes each and every story touched my heart, some left me teary-eyed, some enveloped me with calm smile, some ended with hidden messages.
Read More: Jul 26, Pradeep Badatiya rated it it was amazing.
This is a good way to best out of many bests. All the stories I have read are equally good and commendable.
Nov 23, Sushobhan rated it really liked it. Nov 19, Bookish Devil rated it it was ok. Except 2,3 stories, the book was below par. Not that good. Dec 29, TJ rated it it was ok. I was provided a copy of this book by the publisher for an honest review. In this anthology each chapter is written by a different author. We are introduced to that chapter of the author's life where a particular incident made an impact on them, or changed the way they see the world. It was like reading snippets out of memoirs or a person's diary.
I hate writing harsh reviews but, I just have to get this out. I d I was provided a copy of this book by the publisher for an honest review. I did not enjoy this read. Maybe because the stories were so short I could not connect with any of the stories or the "characters". I kept putting off reading this book for so long. For me the writing style did not fit in with the premise of the book.
For a book that has "Inspiring, Touching, Funny and Heartfelt Stories from Life", the writing style felt forced when it should have just flowed like a conversation between the author and the reader. These are supposed to be personal stories, real life stories, but some of them felt made up. Some of them were like dressed-up confessionals. The stories weren't all bad. There were some stories with merit.
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But the writing style missed the mark for me. Kind of disappointing. May 28, Amisha rated it really liked it Shelves: An anthology of 21 stories. Ravinder Singh has selected some of the best real life stories, definitely wouldn't have been an easy task! The stories cover a wide range of topics from love of parents to first lost love, life after a war situation and divinity in life, infidelity in marriage to staying faithful towards partner, from giving life to a needy to the death of a family member.
These stories celebrate life. Each story is best in its own way. Love the efforts, love the variety chosen. Brings An anthology of 21 stories. Brings in lot of thoughts and lessons to learn in life.
Must give it a read. Dec 25, Aakanksha rated it did not like it. Have read several much-better-collections of short stories from not-so-popular authors from the same country itself. I am surprised that why the person in charge could not even select the best short stories when he was not to write them himself.
A lot many stories seemed to have copied concepts from other sources. Construct of most of the stories lacked a structure and I deeply felt no connection at all.
Some stories were so plain that I wasted my time to understand if it bore a de Disappointing! Some stories were so plain that I wasted my time to understand if it bore a deeper meaning that I could not understand. To me, it appeared like paid stories! It's better to read children story books from a local book-store than spending your time on this one.
I had read it like this for the first time. I loved the smile that said it all story A beautiful anthology with extraordinary collections of pages from life. Many of the stories are definitely gonna make your eyes wet and most of it are gonna make you think deep about life. More than stories i would like to call them as a journal by different authors. A definite recommended book published by one of my favourite authors. A person who is at initial stage of reading novels, can try this book..
This novel contains 21 short stories and every story has contains different feelings, different lessons.. Dec 28, Goutam Giri rated it it was amazing. I liked to thank miss Khurana for her heart touching writing. Oct 14, Somesh Khanna rated it liked it. I did not like the story much but Ravinder singh knows how to use words and keep the characters in a way that depicts their point of view.
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Thats a good quality he has. Nothing new I found. Okay kind of novel. Mar 30, Swagatam Nath rated it it was ok. Light, no strings attached read. Leaving aside a few stories it was below par.
Jan 09, Pavan Teja rated it really liked it. Read this, at the least it leaves you with that one story that makes you hold the book again. Jun 15, Vishnu Balaji rated it really liked it. Good read, touching stories, every story is from a different author, so each time you start a chapter, it is as fresh as a new book.
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Jun 30, Aswathi A Rajagopal rated it it was amazing. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here.
View 1 comment. Jan 09, Lakshika Ranawat rated it really liked it. We all have stories to tell. And we love telling them, don't we? That's what we do almost every day - we do spend a lot of time telling stories.
Another-Major-Must- We all have stories to tell. Dec 02, Ritushree Guha rated it it was ok. I think a couple of stories stood out but nothing special that the stories would stay with me.
This book is collection of short stories submitted by readers , and fortunately they aren't just the typical love stories. The best part about this collection is the variety of genres it covers , some stories do seem half baked , while others like "unforgiven" , " a daughter's first flight" dissolve into your heart like sugar dissolves into hot coffee.
It's a nice book to spend time on if you have few hours to spare. For me it's 3. Happy Reading: Oct 31, Shailja Kumari rated it it was amazing. A bunch of sweet, heartwarming stories edited by Ravinder Singh.
As these all stories have been submitted by different writers, you will be experiencing different writing styles. And there she met a boy and story goes on leaving u with a lot of questions and warm feelings. Overall every story was good and different from each other. Let me know which one was your favourite.
I pre ordered this book by just seeing it's cover. This fact fascinated me. All story as it's own meaning and uniqueness so it makes me so interested.
I loved the fast pacing and satisfaction of finishing the story. All together great work. I would surely recommend this good one to anyone. Aug 13, Hoyasala rated it really liked it. Tell me a story is a book which I would re -read. Not a book where I have an OTP or I go fan-girling over it, but for me this book gave me an experience through all those 21 people's lives who shared their stories and it was as Inspiring, Touching, Funny and Heartfelt as promised.
In each of the 21 stories I learnt precious things and hell it inspired me to have a story that I would remember and share. I really enjoyed reading this book and it's worth a read! A really good anthology.. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Readers Also Enjoyed. Short Stories.
About Ravinder Singh. Ravinder Singh. Ravinder Singh is a software engineer who works with a prominent IT company in India. He was brought up in a very small town of Orissa called Burla. After spending most of his life there, he has recently moved to Chandigarh.
Owing to the Nature of his work, he has visited various parts of the world and he wishes to continue doing the same in future. Apart from reading and writing, The Author has a keen interest in working out in the gym.
Occasionally, he loves playing snooker; his favorite game. He is crazy about Punjabi Music and loves dancing to its beats. Books by Ravinder Singh. Trivia About Tell Me a Story: No trivia or quizzes yet. Quotes from Tell Me a Story: But not every story has a happy ending. And such stories are mostly forgotten with the thought that sadness is a part of life. Happy stories give hope and sad stories show us the mirror.