Never Let Me Go...

Never Let Me Go...

Sachin Garg / Nov 20, 2019

Never Let Me Go What made Samar abandon everything he had an Engineering degree and a drop dead gorgeous girlfriend and flee to Goa instead to start life afresh On being kicked by life harder than he could ever imag

  • Title: Never Let Me Go...
  • Author: Sachin Garg
  • ISBN: 9789381841006
  • Page: 228
  • Format: Paperback
  • What made Samar abandon everything he had an Engineering degree and a drop dead gorgeous girlfriend and flee to Goa instead to start life afresh On being kicked by life, harder than he could ever imagine, Samar had three options.He could look life in the eye and fight back.He could succumb and do something that would haunt him forever.Or he could flee, to a place whereWhat made Samar abandon everything he had an Engineering degree and a drop dead gorgeous girlfriend and flee to Goa instead to start life afresh On being kicked by life, harder than he could ever imagine, Samar had three options.He could look life in the eye and fight back.He could succumb and do something that would haunt him forever.Or he could flee, to a place where there were no traces of the blow he had received.So Goa it was In search of solace, perhaps, by working in a small shack at an unknown beach.Dealing with the local police, resurrecting a dying shack, and managing rowdy parties, risking having his bones and jaw line broken, does Samar get what he was seeking A ride full of adventure, twists and thrills, the story of the twenty first year of Samar s life will definitely take your breath away.

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    About "Sachin Garg"

      • Sachin Garg

        Sachin Garg is known for writing stories which not only ring a chord with the reader but also leaves him with a long lasting thought.Described as an author worth checking out MTV , A must read Red FM and a writer who will be enjoyed by all Times of India , he continues to write stories which redefine numbers in the India Publishing Industry.In his novel I m Not Twenty Four , released in 2010, he has written an unusual story of a Delhi girl who landed in a small village in the middle of nowhere The book received widespread commercial and critical acclaim and enjoyed prolonged stay on Bestseller lists.Sachin is an Engineer from Delhi College of Engineering DCE and did his MBA from MDI, Gurgaon Apart from books, he has a keen interest in strength training activities and travelling.In 2011, he quit his day job to start his own venture in print media.


    612 Comments

    1. I have read the work of many Indian romance writers lately, and Sachin's writing was a pleasant change. He writes with conviction as if this is his story and not of the protagonist, Samar. The language of the book is crisp, the plot moves at a steady pace and the story is one that'll touch your heart. Samar's life is pretty uneventful until Kanika happens to him. The two fall in love and then something happens. Samar decides to leave everything and settle down in Goa. As he struggles to square w [...]


    2. Done! :) The book drove me mad. . ! Great Job! I'm glad somebody told me that the girl dies in the end. . Otherwise, Anyone like me who lives the book when reading it could have easily been impelled into depression. . for days. . ! Yes! I Mean my words, since the day the "kiss" tragedy took place in Samar's Life. . I was on a constant low. I'll have to read something light to get over the pain, Completely.


    3. Never let me go by Sachin Garg was the most awaiting novel for me and this book made me to love more with books.The story line of this book was damn different which tempts everyone to read it. What made Samar abandon everything he had --an Engineering degree and a drop dead gorgeous girlfriend - and flee to Goa instead to start life afresh? On being kicked by life, harder than he could ever imagine, Samar had three options. He could look life in the eye and fight back. He could succumb and do so [...]


    4. Its a simply written book; and you can read it at one go. The book starts like a cheesy love story, but the story takes such sharp turns that it keeps you hooked. And the ending is such a surprise. You can read the book just for the climax.


    5. A very emotional love story. Seems so real for a fiction. Story is basically based on how a strong love relation can end up shattered just because of a small misunderstanding and running away from any justification.Story ends on a sad note, yet seems appropriate and wordly enough.


    6. Never let me go Never read something like thisIt is probably, the second book in the samar series, first being 'It's first loveJust like the last one!' It is the story of twenty first year of Samar's (the lead character) lifeThe very concept of documenting each year of his life is very unique (atleast for me)Coming to the story Man, getting a 5 outta 5 is like an oscar award to an movie I rarely give 5, but this one deserved itA story full of adventure, love, twists, thrills and what not This is [...]


    7. Sachin Garg::Sachin is guy who'll force you to feel the character and if you are a young fellow like me, you often see the things are normal in life but very different in the second second


    8. A roller coasterd nicely takes a plunge from a regular Indian Author novel to something that would touch youhas the emotional twinge in itbut never an over do



    9. To begin with, this is the first book of Sachin garg which i read. Welle book was not bad really, and it was not bad only because it had a story in it. A story worth reading. but story is not the only aspect that makes a book hit. I have only one complaint from the writer. He could have presented what he did in a way better way. Had his words been just a little more artistic, the book would have been a sure hit for me. But it was quite average.If a book keeps you engaged with itself, its basical [...]


    10. The story is too swallow. Two are in relationship. He sees her kiss his roommate and unable to digest the disgust he goes Goa just like that. After a series of disastrous pages, we are given that she didnt kiss his roomate as he thinks, she just had a mouth respiration for the treatment of her Ashtma from him. What the fuck!! Is this a story, yes it is. And it doesnt end here, she dies and he cries. Fuck off!!! His writing style is good, but where is the story boss?? There is one page I loved th [...]


    11. I had read Never Let Me Go by Kazuo Ishiguro few months back and then decided to try this. Not that I had great expectations. But sometimes one would like to watch a masala flick and if one is not a movie type why not settle for a book . Sachin will not disappoint you here.The writing was very ordinary the story lacked imagination but wtf it kept me going for a while. Make sure you gargle your mouth with a decent book after this lest you indulge in more banality


    12. I read this book in just 3 hours skipping some chapters which are completely irrelevant, I think. After one particular incident you would desperately like to see what happened next. And the author took 10-12 chapters to reach to the 2nd stage. But I could not resist myself and skipped 8-10 chapters. Overall it is good and one time read. Yes, you will be attached to the character and will feel sorry for them. Go ahead and read it. :)


    13. I am confused with this book. I enjoyed reading but unlike others it didn't touch my heart. I couldn't fall in love with any of the characters. I bought this book seeing the good reviews everywhere. May be it was not my type of book. But I appreciate that few chapters kept me glued to the book. Especially the Woodstock village and the challenges Samar faces there. Its a story too fictional to be true. overall it was fair time pass.


    14. NEVER LET ME GO.a book which is just a roller coaster ride of al the emotions a person can have in his/her lifea book which can involve the reader into each and every character it containsa book that made me emotional with tears rolling down my cheekss just awesum <3<3<3


    15. Nice story. Its starts as a normal as usual story and became very interesting and heart touching at the end. After reading half of the book, I read it out the remaining in a single sit. Nice love story.


    16. When I read it, I felt as if I was reading someone's diary. No introduction to characters. Just the story which seemed more like filmy to me. Just like in the movies. May be I had lot of expectations.


    17. j'été entrain de lire un livre d'économie mais j est trouvé cette nouvelle j est vraiment aimé c été pas une perte du temps parce que même s il juste une histoire d'amour mais c complètement différent


    18. I would give 3 stars for the story but the writing did not keep me engrossed. I had to rush up to finish the book to know what happened in the end.




    19. There is not much meat in the story. A casual read and nothing more than average. A tale that we've seen, heard & read a 100 times.









    20. Among the new breed of Indian authors the man who stood out was Chetan Bhagat going by his impeccable & original style of writing. But his last two books "Half Girlfriend" & "One Indian Girl" made me wonder whether this was the person whom I placed on the pedestal of remarkable Indian authors whose books we adored. Then fed up of the stale writing he had started delivering I started looking elsewhere & discovered Sachin Garg. I read two of his books "Never let me go" & "I am not [...]


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