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The World's Best Boyfriend book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Hate, is a four letter outenelrecpeu.tk is love. And sometimes. Click here to Download your World's Best Boyfriend PDF ebook: World's Best Boyfriend PDF download free. Read "The World's Best Boyfriend" by Durjoy Datta available from Rakuten Kobo. Sign up today and get RS. off your first download. Hate, is a four letter word.

Even I dont want to see myself naked, thought Aranya. She then told him that her parents were knocking on the door.

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She signed out. It wasnt the first time Aranya had done this. She closed her laptop and gently tapped her head on it, cursing herself, almost in tears. Why does she do this? Her begging for validation from a complete stranger wasnt too different from her classmates wanting their pictures to be liked and commented on. And if she had a face worth a second look, probably twenty likes on a selfie would have sufficed her need for acceptance as well.

Aranya stood in front of the mirror, turned her head from side to side, inspected herself, found herself crying and with the same schizophrenic, selfpitying argument running in her head again.

Why do you do this? You dont need validation from others to tell me how beautiful you are. A hard-on in the pants of a boy you barely know isnt appreciation. But Im not beautiful. Look at me! Im ugly and fat and undesirable. Youre not ugly! Looks arent the only thing. No, Im ugly! Look at the other girls from school, their thin, shapely legs, and their perfect complexions. They are the ones who get stared at, not me, no matter what I do.

Look at my skin! No one will ever look beyond that. Im fat and Im ugly. Shut up. It doesnt matter. At least youre not dumb like the other girls. Youre a national-level debater. My only grudge is, there could have been much more to increase the richness of the story and give it a wonderful flavour. Don't ask me what.

I am a writer myself and would much rather keep the twists for my own stories wink, wink.. Enjoy reading! View all 14 comments. Jul 07, Pooja rated it it was ok Shelves: Durjoy Dutta's World's Best Boyfriend left me thinking if this is really what's happening in society between teenagers, then I'm terrified. The characters were being unreasonable many times, despite that I'm glad that such books exist that are entertaining and don't teach any morals in the end. Archit, I've nothing against Durjoy Dutta.

D but you'll learn nothing sort of 'how to be the best boyfriend'. View 1 comment. Mar 12, Ally Cakes rated it did not like it.

I'm scratching my head here. What happened?! This story had sooooo much potential. First time and probably last time reading this author. I was really disturbed by how our heroine was so verbally and physically abused by her family and to my dismay and horror it was always done in public! And no one ever said a damn thing! This pretty much killed any feelings of "like" I was starting to have for the story.

Also, not to mention how we're forced to witness the horrible things our leads do to eac I'm scratching my head here. Also, not to mention how we're forced to witness the horrible things our leads do to each other "for love" or to prove they "don't love" each other. This story was too draining. In the end, the only thing I was wishing for was for the story to focus more on the best friend, Sanchit. He was, hand down, the only person that kept me reading to the end. Never underestimate the power of your non-friends.

Jul 10, Manpreet Kaur rated it really liked it. I read Durjoy's book after a long time. But this one changed my mind.

I love how the author has experimented with broken characters. Instead of the dashing young boy and a beautiful girl, he has damaged characters. They're not so lovable yet they feel real.

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Then there's their love story which is itself very damaged and imperfect. Of course, there are some shortcomings. For example, the last section of I read Durjoy's book after a long time. For example, the last section of the book had a few unrealistic things. There's this girl who is supposed to have a fake profile and is residing in a foreign country yet it doesn't become obvious when she shares her whatsapp number?

Then the reaction of girl's parents, in the end, is a bit unexpected. Parents who hate you and want to get rid of you wouldn't mind throwing you off to any kind of guy, at least that's what these parents seemed to be like but they behaved very differently. I would have liked if there was more strength in this scene. The ending would have been perfect then.

Otherwise, it feels good to read the story of these two people, struggling with their own problems and being in love even then. It's a good book.

May 27, Qais Palekar rated it it was ok. I am not sure about this book. I mean, I liked it and disliked it at the same time. First thing that i didn't like about this book is its characters.

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There was some difference in their back story. And arranya is not pretty and all. But one see the similarities. It was cheesy it was sometimes unrealistic. View 2 comments.

May 10, Lakshmi rated it did not like it Shelves: A stupid college love story is it even a story!?? Apr 28, Abhilash Ruhela rated it liked it.

Durjoy Datta is back with his 11th fiction book and he is still busy in launching it in all the cities of India. I am glad to have read it even before people must have actually received it.

The title of the book is quite cheesy and I wasn't expecting much out of it and therefore, I am not quite disappointed with this tale.

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I am at least happy that Durjoy is trying such stories fro Durjoy Datta is back with his 11th fiction book and he is still busy in launching it in all the cities of India.

I am at least happy that Durjoy is trying such stories from which he kept himself away for first 6 books. I am also liking the fact that he is writing solo books rather than with a co-author as he used to do initially. Durjoy Datta's new book tells us a story about a girl Aranya who has a disease named vitiligo since birth because of which her parents always hated her and never a moment came in life when they treated her nicely.

Her brother was always considered more superior to her even when she was very studious and always scored in top ranks. She meets a boy named Dhruv who is disturbed because his parents have separated as his mother leaves home with his school principal. This leads Dhruv to be very rough and unemotional all his life. Somehow, both-Aranya and Dhruv falls in love in school. After getting caught, they are separated and they only meet after couple of years to hate each other as much as possible.

They try almost everything to ruin each other's peace but is the hatred only thing that they share between each other? Hatred for someone comes only when you consider them someone important in your mind. That's the plot on which World's Best Boyfriend is based upon.

The language of Durjoy Datta remains the same- quite urban and cool. He has stopped writing sex but begun writing "Fucks" in his book like its just another word in English without which the sentence couldn't be completed. The way he has characterized each of his protagonists is worth applauding like always. It isn't easy to base a book on a victim of a disease about whom we don't even give a second thought in our life.

And then carrying it so appropriately whenever discussed about it is another greatness in his writing. But I felt that the story is quite stretched in few chapters where it could have been easily ended in a page or two keeping the impact intact. Description of each emotion for almost sentences have only led in thickness of this book but doesn't make you feel anything stronger than you felt after reading the first sentence itself. Because of this, when you are done reading the climax, the predictability even after pages of tale disappoints you.

There are wonderful moments in the book. How both the characters lie in front of their school committee immediately after getting caught. How Aranya's father comes in college after getting complaint about her after many years. How Aranya becomes the star of the college. How Raghuvir and Aranya starts conversing and falling in love.

Such few scenes have been wonderfully written. Also, the humour between the lines by Durjoy is unavoidable and that's something which holds you for hours in which you can easily complete reading this one. I liked the anti-climax where both Dhruv and Aranya are wanting to tell how they love each other but couldn't express because of their egos and historical record of hating each other and competing in almost every thing. But still, the book carries many flaws and it's the biggest turn-off.

Before Durjoy could have actually started to tell about a girl's whole life story on being a victim to a disease, he just stops discussing about it and the thing is forgotten somewhere. It comes only in few sentences where Dhruv calls her ugly repeatedly otherwise no discussion about the disease part and her current fight against it is spotted.

Similarly, her father takes away her phone and how and when she gets it back is another sub-plot which Durjoy doesn't care to include in the book. Apart from all these drawbacks, the best and interesting part of this book is character of Sanchit. That keeps you alive and fresh.

I give this 3. Little better than Half Girlfriend. Now waiting for Durjoy Datta's 12th book. Agak suram. Dan agak kusut. Dia lucu dengan segala ke-ANU-annya. Aku jadi benci tapi dibikin cinta sekaligus sama novel ini. Dibikin kesel, tapi dibikin sayang dan bersimpati sekaligus. Karakter-karakternya yang menyebalkan, terlalu keras terhadap diri sendiri, egois, hubungan yang terlalu kusut, tapi tak memungkiri aku tak bisa melepaskan buku ini barang sejenak. Buku ini kuhabiskan hanya dalam waktu 1 hari saja.

Cinta dan benci. Novel ini bukan tipe novel yang banyak menampilkan adegan manis-manis. Justru mungkin dari kalian akan berpikir "ini apa sih". Bukan juga jenis novel yang bisa kalian baca berulang-ulang di beberapa adegan sebelum kalian tidur. Novel ini cenderung membutuhkan jeda yang cukup lama untuk dibaca kembali. Aku suka sifat Aranya yang tangguh. Kebal terhadap bully.

Disaat body shaming berkeliaran bebas, berdalih lucu-lucuan doang. Padahal efek dari body shaming bisa fatal loh. Tapi adegan endingnya yang kurasa kurang panjang, dan meninggalkan sedikit potongan puzzle yang belum selesai. Nggak cliffhanger kok. Cuma menurutku itu perlu dijamah kembali. Walaupun endingnya itu sungguh-sungguh sangat-sangat licik dan cerdik!!

World's worst indian soft-porn. A fine lad, a scared girl, domestic issues, their lives entwined with bonds of love and hate but what will stretch them far or what is it that will bring them back together? Are the bonds sacred or are they scattered and tattered pieces of nothingness? It's a fight for survival in a cruel world, who will live up to the expectations?

In the end, the only thing I was wishing for was for the story to focus more on the best friend, Sanchit. He was, hand down, the only person that kept me reading to the end. Never underestimate the power of your non-friends. But this one changed my mind. I love how the author has experimented with broken characters. Instead of the dashing young boy and a beautiful girl, he has damaged characters. They're not so lovable yet they feel real.

Then there's their love story which is itself very damaged and imperfect. Of course, there are some shortcomings.

For example, the last section of I read Durjoy's book after a long time. For example, the last section of the book had a few unrealistic things.What had he done? She makes a chance visit to India with one of her handsome colleague and bumps into an ex-flame in India.

Of course, there are some shortcomings. Two more hours passed by. He wandered the streets alone hoping that his parents. She saw Dhruv shift in his place. So she sent him a different gift every year.