Late By Ten Years

Rated 4.40/5 based on 5 reviews
It is completely fictitious tragic love story. Decision to say ‘Yes, I do’, the beautiful lady took long ten years. In the meantime, whole world had changed for her. Finally she got what she wanted for last ten years. What happened then? More
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Words: 2,510
Language: Commonwealth English
ISBN: 9781370116782
About Hiranya Borah

Born in a teachers' family in a village of Assam, a province of India. Borah started his journey of writing at a tender age. He published two novels in Assamese language and other fictional and non-fictional stories in Assamese periodicals.

Borah, after joining into Indian Statistical Service has served different parts of the country and acquired colors of every region. This reflects in his writings, which ranges from everyday local experiences to fictional thoughts.

He has published more than hundred books on this platform in English within a span of three years apart from publishing few books in two different pseudo names. The books are on different topics like inspiration,romance and love, humour, ghosts, thriller etc. More than ten of his published books, including one under pseudo names, are already in the first twenty most downloaded books of their respective categories. The contents of the books under pseudo names are almost same of the original books but different at the last chapters with different parting twist and turn.

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Review by: KaraSkinner on June 13, 2017 :
This is not the first of Borah's stories I've reviewed, and it is definitely not the best. It's poorly formatted and awkwardly written. The paragraphs were dense and the sentences were long and hard to get through.The tone was usually formal but with casual phrases like "pep talk" and "keep mum" sprinkled in, creating disjointed sentences that read like a first draft.

While Borah's writing style has improved over time, it's still difficult to understand. He would be much better off writing only a few stories and editing them more thoroughly than the hundreds of stories he's written.

There is not a single developed character in this story. Granted, it is hard to develop complex characters in a story such as think but these characters as flat as a pancake. They're practically the written version of stock photo people.

The narrator is in the story while being absolutely unnecessary. All he does is sit and listen as Vikhash tells his story. I don't even know why he's there in the first place.

Vikhash and Avantika are not much better. Vikhash is a heartbroken man on the eve of his wedding, pining after Avantika despite her rejection ten years ago.

Avantika is a single woman, now without family and now indifferent to society norms.

Maybe it was the length of the story or the dense writing style, but I couldn't care about the characters at all. I felt completely indifferent to them when tragedy struck and when they were telling their stories. So even though nothing was wrong with the plot as far as I could tell, I wasn't impressed with this story when I was finished and it was incredibly forgettable.
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Review by: monaborah on May 07, 2017 :
It is really a heart breaking story.
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Review by: James Hold on April 30, 2017 :
A sad tale.
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Review by: anwesha borah on April 24, 2017 :
One should not succumb to social pressure-the moral of the story!
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Review by: Tuku Moni on April 24, 2017 :
Real engrossing story.
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