HOLD MY HAND DURJOY DATTA EBOOK

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I believe if u don't have someone to hold your hands with just put your hands in the pockets but this book incouraged me to again spread my hands and accept. Read "Hold my Hand" by Durjoy Datta available from Rakuten Kobo. Sign up today and get RS. off your first download. the rest shall follow Deep. HOLD MY HAND. Durjoy Datta was born in New Delhi, India, and completed a degree in engineering and business man- agement before embarking on a.


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They're living a dream, till Aveek, her gorgeeus ex-boyfriend, comes back into her life. Hold My Hand is a delightful young romance with a. Editorial Reviews. About the Author. Durjoy Datta was born in New Delhi, India, and completed a degree in engineering and business management before. [PDF] Hold My Hand by Durjoy Datta 2 - Free Download PDF here click to download the ebook.

I'm certainly in love with Hongkong and wish to relive my love like "Ahana and Deep"! Ahana's dad is my favourite , somehow he is as cool as my Dad, just that my Daddy doesn't fly these cool planes. I recommend this book to everyone, I have always been Durjoy's fan.

I recommend this book to everyone, not only coz it's another love story. It's a love story of a blind girl. Once again he delivers a message that when in love that person is the complete for you. It is absolutely beautiful. All the best, and I love you DJ! Sep 03, Sayantani Sarkar rated it liked it.

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I wish I could say that it was the best book of Durjoy Datta till date, but I won't, because it wasn't. There were a few issues I had that annoyed me initially, like how Deep went from "Oh-she's-a-beautiful-girl" to "I'm-in-love-with-her" in just a few hours, and how the language was really basic. But where there were these tit-bits of annoying things, the good parts were there too: That's the beauty of a Durjoy Da I wish I could say that it was the best book of Durjoy Datta till date, but I won't, because it wasn't.

That's the beauty of a Durjoy Datta book; it makes you empathise with the characters. I could feel how much Deep is crazy about Ahana, and also how badly Ahana just wants to be a normal girl. Overall, a sweet, simple love story. Though it can be missed, but if you read it, then it'll definitely make you smile. Aug 27, Satvik Sharma rated it really liked it. The simplest yet the most beautiful book I've ever read. No brilliant vocabulary, no sophisticated plot, yet the story is able to create the magic.

Really emotional at times, the writer has balanced it well. There is no chance for the reader to get bored. The style of narrating brings the scenes alive, and makes the reading experience nothing less than watching a movie.

It's a journey of a blind girl, a The simplest yet the most beautiful book I've ever read. It's a journey of a blind girl, a character through which we learn a lot.

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No words to describe the book. It is heart-touching, one of my personal favourites. Hold My Hand- a must read! Jan 10, Meera rated it it was ok. A simple, predictable love story, where a boy meets girl; in this case the girl is blind. The plot begins off slowly, picks up with the character of Ahana. However the end is too abrupt. Hong Kong has been beautifully depicted by the writer; it gives a visual feel.

Mar 02, VenkateshVeera rated it did not like it.

Aug 06, Meghant Parmar rated it liked it. It's not his style.

It's not typical college love story. It's not a lengthy title. It's not a regular narration. But it certainly is bit different. The story is beautiful when seen through Ahana's perspective, boring when seen through Deep's perspective, emotional when seen through Ahana's father perspective and in all it's a story which leaves a lot of impact when characters like Ahana take center stage.

First two parts in the story are nothing extraordinary but the backbone of the entire book It's not his style. First two parts in the story are nothing extraordinary but the backbone of the entire book lies in its last two parts.

It's an experiment to experience love in a different way which has half worked half not but still cannot be ignored. Hold My Hand is the sweet, hilarious and also very gripping story of Deep who in someways is very similar to me. He is a nerd, always engrossed in his books. His best place to be is a library and he is awkward with people. Six feet and four inches tall, he is mercifully thin with a waist that is the "envy of runway models" and excessively pampered and sheltered by his parents.

Very well read and a bright student, he gets a chance to go to Hong Kong on internship and decides to take up the offer. What follows is many a funny but very sweet dramatic scenes at home with his mother crying and worrying about her "Shona" and his father making a list of relatives to call in an emergency to which Deep is sure he would die first before he calls any one of these relatives.

His two friends are full of suggestions about all sorts of things like girls, shopping, clubs etc. The story takes us on a journey to a foreign land and makes us feel the nervousness and anticipation one feels on his first voyage abroad.

The flow of the story changes when Deep meets Ahana and falls for her at first glance. I have read Durjoy Datta's works in the past but I liked this book the best. Durjoy has evolved as a writer and he effectively mixes humorous elements with sensitivity and skill.

The characters are real, practical people and I was able to connect with them. I could feel the hopelessness of Ahana, who is blind and angry with the people with eyes who treat her differently. I could empathize with Ahana's father who loves his daughter but feels helpless. He tries his best to make his daughter happy but often without success. I could connect with Deep who loves books and finds a book a better companion than people who often don't notice him.

He feels conscious of his thin waist, awkward height and no noticeable attractive physical trait when compared to his hunky and popular friend, Aman. I could connect with Deep's mother, who feels extra protective towards her only child and wants to shelter him from the harsh outside world. The plot is well conceived and executed with some witty dialogues and laughter filled scenes.

The author shows his skill when he traverses from the light to the serious part of the book. The description of Hong Kong is beautiful and vivid and creates a mental picture. A gripping tale of finding love, an aim in life and a passion, this is a sweet book that will touch your heart, hook you and entertain you.

A strong recommendation from me to read it, I give Hold My Hand a 4. This review is also available on my blog Njkinny's World of Books Feb 16, Rikky Bhartia rated it liked it.

Completed reading it last night, must say, the last part was the best part of the entire book, which gave the book entire credit for its book, but still it was something which missed The Durjoy Datta charm, felt as if its writing if someone different author, a new writer, it moved out of college like his previous 2 books, but certainly couldn't match the height and excellence of If it's not forever, Someone Like you and Till the last breadth Felt as if something was obviously missing in the st Completed reading it last night, must say, the last part was the best part of the entire book, which gave the book entire credit for its book, but still it was something which missed The Durjoy Datta charm, felt as if its writing if someone different author, a new writer, it moved out of college like his previous 2 books, but certainly couldn't match the height and excellence of If it's not forever, Someone Like you and Till the last breadth Felt as if something was obviously missing in the story, the first part was kind of not required, or even if it was, it must had been limited to an introductory, but it was way too extended.

The second part from Ahana's perspective was really nice, it did satisfactory, and also showed how a girl without eyes feels and is difficult to live, and also what a normal girl wishes in her life.

The end was a little bit uncommon and unexpected, the ending could had been a lot better than it was, seemed as if the author was in a hurry to wrap it up. The major set back was missing a love story, the importance of Aveek, their love, Ahana's and Deep's love, the back blurb promised a lot, but the story didn't deliver so much, Aveek role which seeme dto be most important after half of book, turned to be over by then, he was kind of guest appearance ONLY The beauty of the book, lies in the way Hongkong, its beauty, its history, its treasury, the tall buildings, lights, discs, friendly people, temples, island, advanced technology and many more, which gives you an urge to travel the city.

The beauty was also described between Deep and Ahana when they held each other's hand throughout the book, mainly as she was blind but that was something special in the book. The biggest surprise was absence of Durjoy Datta factor, and must say he carried the book well without his core competence, and also the literary work and his improvement in his writing can easily be noticed.

But somewhere I felt he forgot the main reason why Deep went to Hongkong, a little bi of his office and library work was expected, where Deep could have been shown as a genious with books and technology.

Nevertheless a nice book, could have been much better, as it was by an author of most bestsellers. One time read for sure, and waiting for his next book, as you don't think twice before reading your favorite author. Sep 01, Manisha rated it it was amazing. The main character of the book is a young Bengali boy, Deep, the only son of his parents. His father runs an old library which was established in and Deep assists him whenever he gets time from his studies.

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Since almost birth, Deep is surrounded by books and he loves his job. Though now not many people visit the library, he is content and spends his time reading his favourite books in the library. Deep down, he wishes to become an author someday.

He is nerd boy as he calls himself who canno The main character of the book is a young Bengali boy, Deep, the only son of his parents. He is nerd boy as he calls himself who cannot woo girls with the style. His life changes when he is selected for an all paid internship programme to Hong Kong wherein he gets a chance to work in developing cataloguing software taking the Hong Kong Central Library as the test case.

For a book lover like Deep, this is a golden opportunity and he jumps at it. They become good friends, and Deep explores the city together with Ahana. Ahana guiding him through places and Deep bringing to life the sights he sees with his words for Ahana. The story moves further and it has surprises for the reader which are better to be read, not revealed! A good, light read for anyone who likes love stories and also books, as it has many good books mentioned ; Oct 21, Sparkling Aura rated it liked it.

The story is about 'Deep' who is obsessed with books and a beautiful girl 'Ahana' who has a rare congenital disease leaving her blind. The story has four parts. Part One explains how much Deep is fond of books and cannot imagine his life without them. The character has been described as a geek who is not at all fashionable and is the dimmest end of the spectrum going by the current standard of being hot or good looking. But he gets a chance to go to Hong Kong to study and test the library catalo The story is about 'Deep' who is obsessed with books and a beautiful girl 'Ahana' who has a rare congenital disease leaving her blind.

But he gets a chance to go to Hong Kong to study and test the library cataloging software at the head office of ATS Technologies. Deep meets Ahana on the lift of the Hotel for the first time and after few unexpected meetings together they explore Hong Kong. Aahana guiding with the smells and sounds of the wondrous city and Deep bringing to life the sights he sees. Part Two is from the Blind Girl's perspective. Part three and four unfolds the story further which has a Happy End.

Overall the plot is good. Its a nice weekend read but there was something about it that it couldn't be the best. I think the author had all the ingredients to prepare an awesome platter but unfortunately he could not.

Nevertheless every experience teaches something and may we get to read better stuff from him. Dec 19, Vishal Philip rated it it was ok. This is my second book of Durjoy Datta. That book Impressed me and that's the reason why I picked up this book.

I think it was waste to give them great importance at beginning As a whole , Hold my Hand is readable. There is nothing much, not so boring either.

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Comes the Night. This is the 2nd book of Durjoy which gets published by India's No. And this is only the 3rd book in which When it comes to reading our favorite author, we do not even see the backcover and check synopsis whether the story is of our type or not, we just download the book without making any 2nd thought.

And this is only the 3rd book in which he has no co-author and he has done all the work single-handed. The speed with which he comes up with a new book is quite exciting as we, his loyal readers, do not have to wait for a long time to read what our favorite writer writes. The ratio of every th blog of mine and his new book coming is almost the same. Whenever I am up with a century post, there's a new book of Mr. As we already know that Durjoy Datta has quite matured as a writer and he has stopped writing those repeated stuffs anymore.

Now, he has started examining people and finds out their characterization and attributes. Then he develops his own characters and his book rotates around almost every character that he describes even once in the book. He has stopped writing sex scenes after every 10 pages and in fact, this pages book "Hold My Hand" does not a single scene that can make you feel "Repetitive Durjoy is back".

This has assured that his audience will keep downloading his book to see how much more has their author being improved. What I like about Durjoy's writing is that he writes a book as a book without any other ambitions attached to it otherwise many writers write a book as if a Bollywood movie is going to be made of it as soon as it releases. I liked the initial pages in the book where the characters are described and we are told what each of them are dealing with so that we can understand their state of mind once we read the scenarios pages ahead.Hold my Hand by Durjoy Datta.

Of Course I Love You! However, things end there. Deep down, he wishes to become an author someday. You submitted the following rating and review. But all things said it is a great young adult fiction novel, and Durhoy Datta is nothing but an exceptional writer. Aug 01, Avantika Mohan rated it it was amazing. What I like about Durjoy's writing is that he writes a book as a book without any other ambitions attached to it otherwise many writers write a book as if a Bollywood movie is going to be made of it as soon as it releases.

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