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Snigdha Rai

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'Where are your parents, Miss Turner?'

Corrine has heard the same question a million times, and she knows that the game is up. Abandoned by her father, Corrine and her brother have been on their own for the past many years, always on the road, searching for him. Each new place gives Corrine a chance to become a new person, never the same one as before, but in her attempts to find her father and get her family back, she has lost herself along the way.

Enter Tyler, the genial boy next door with quite a few secrets of his own, who makes her want to stay in one place and rediscover herself. But just when Corrine starts to open up, she finds herself back at square one: locked out and looking from the outside, unable to help a loved one. Will she break all the rules of the life she had chosen and stay? Or will she leave again, without saying goodbye?

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Deekshith Harish

Well written. The charecters feels real and plot is involving. Keep it up.

Jun 11 '16
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Priyank Saxena

Though the usage of English is good but the story is missing. Found lengthy and directionless descriptions/conversations similar to KJo's movies stuff. But yes, author has shown a good strength in phrasing the sentences and selecting the words. Wishing a good luck to the writer.

May 25 '16
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Cosmos

Nicely written ... I would have felt better if Indian names were used ... but of course it's 'my feeling'

Apr 03 '16
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Vishal

The chapters are toooooo lengthy, The illustrations about the new house in chapter one is trivial. Could not pass the first chapter. You have a great potential though. All the very best.

Mar 06 '16
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Snigdha Rai

Thanks for reading.

Mar 06 '16
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Snigdha Rai

Couldn't make it past the first chapter, obviously the description is trivial for you.

Mar 06 '16
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Geetha Krishnan

This is just fabulous! I loved the writing, the language, the style, everything. The people came so alive, it was like watching a movie. Awesome!

Mar 01 '16
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Snigdha Rai

Thank you!

Mar 01 '16
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pandustar

I hate romance stories, because they all have the same ingredients. However, this manuscript stands apart. For starters, it's thankfully not written keeping Indian characters in mind. I mean, just because we are Indians, do our characters need to be Indians?
The second positive trait is that although the chapters are reallllllly long, the word play is so fast and crisp that the story moves at a brisk pace. Also there is depth in the character sketch and not just an adjective used to define them.
The only negative point (and this does not affect the 5* rating) is that you should have invested some time and effort on a proper cover - but maybe that's something the publisher will have to worry.
If this book is not published, then I really don't know what people here are smoking!!
All the best!

Mar 01 '16
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K.Vigneshwaran

That's Great comment Pandustar

Feb 17
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Snigdha Rai

Thank you so much! It means a great deal to me.

Mar 01 '16
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Deepak Kaul

Wow. Flawless. All the best to the author.

Mar 01 '16
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Snigdha Rai

Thank you so very much.

Mar 01 '16
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