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Ravinder Singh is the bestselling author of I Too Had a Love Story and Can Love Happen Twice?. Like It Happened Yesterday is his third book. After having. Ravinder Singh is the bestselling author of I Too Had a Love Story, Can Love Happen Twice?, Like It Happened Yesterday and Your Dreams Are Mine Now. Read "Like It Happened Yesterday" by Ravinder Singh available from Rakuten Kobo. Sign up today and get RS. off your first purchase. Has anyone ever.

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When I opened my eyes, it seems Like it Happened Yesterday! Like it was yesterday that I broke my first tooth and fell in love for the first time. Has anyone ever asked you—What were the best days of your life? That one period of your life you always wanted to go back to? And live that life one more. Editorial Reviews. About the Author. Ravinder Singh is the bestselling author of I Too Had a Kindle Store · Kindle eBooks · Politics & Social Sciences.

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Torn Like It Happened Yesterday takes you through a series of first times, both good and bad. The title is completely appropriate for the book as all the memories that Ravinder Singh shared with us are the memories that are ravinder singh like it happened yesterday and we will remember these memories till the very last breath. It is sad to see top Publisher like Penguin publishing such book with no substance at all.

Written in Detailed, as nothing looks fictional. When I was reading exactly 46th page, I saw some negative reviews on goodreads. Finally, I enjoyed reading it. As the writer of the book is Ravin, loved the book. Language is simple ravinder singh like it happened yesterday fluid. The process preceding the placement in the stomach still remains an unresolved mystery. Kumar Ravi. Pitfalls and Parachutes. Durgesh Shastri. Have Guts!! Jaswin Jassi. Raag's Ultimate Love.

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Satya Maya. Second In Love. Arun Budhathoki. A girl, a stolen camera and a borrowed bike. Nikhil Singh Shaurya. Triple Integration of Love.

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Gautham Prakash. When Love Happens Manish Kumar. Rhythm of Love.

Rahul Prasad Kanu. The Purple Lady Untold Story of a Common Boy. Confused Bastards. Manav Vigg. She Was the Sky to My Earth. Akshat Mittal. Maid to Order.

Asif Seraj. Knowledge Survives. The Unpredictable Heart. My Imaginary Girlfriend. The Gift. Chandrapal Khasiya. While I was Waiting. Jatin Kuberkar. Suparna Jain. This is the 2nd book by Ravinder Singh that I've read.

Don't read it if you really want to save your time. Jun 18, Kanwarpal Singh rated it liked it. This is a down the line of a memory lane of childhood and school life. From crazy experiment with fire crackers to biology chapter on reproduction excitement, from doing some masti on diwali to get burns from that fun.

From roaming with friends to fights.

A fail senior in class and fun with teachers and teasing school girls to enjoying Playing outside is all the enjoyable moments of childhood makes you feel nostalgic.

But pace of the novel is slow and that is making story bit slow to rea. But pace of the novel is slow and that is making story bit slow to read , Ravin as kid did many naughty things that only millennials have enjoyed , today such things are not found in today's kid they are ignorant and arrogant while dealing with elders, teachers and family members.

So if you have crazy childhood then read this book u will enjoy. Its a shortcut to your childhood memory by just reading and you will be in your memory lane and thats what is more important because we can enjoy life if we carry positive attitude and keep the child inside alive, and that's the thing is the biggest if person carry these things with them.

Dec 10, Salma rated it it was amazing. From vaccinations to final exams, the book is filled stories that almost all of us can relate to. The book is popular in metropolitans and B-towns alike.

Like It Happened Yesterday takes you through a series of first times, both good and bad. You might find yourself getting lost in your own childhood adventures. Be it the first day of school, the first time you lost a tooth or the first time you ma Like It Happened Yesterday is a wonderful and fictional journey through Ravinder Singh's childhood. Be it the first day of school, the first time you lost a tooth or the first time you made a paper boat — you'll love the warm cozy feeling that engulfs you when you turn the pages of this book.

The author indulges us with the memories of his childhood, growing up in a small town and shows us how the most mundane things can be magical through the eyes of a child. Take a trip down memory lane with this good read, it's a great companion for a lonely bus ride. At the end of it you will probably feel like your own childhood just happened yesterday. Sep 10, Barani rated it really liked it Shelves: Purchased the ebook in But had a chance to read it only last week. Not sure if it's a real story.

But enjoyed it except some areas. May be he is trying to be genuine which is a quality for writing a biography. He is good at narrating and attention-to-the detail. Narration of Mahabharat intro speech of every episode will take you to the mid 80s. I feel the book is cut-short and I wanted more throughout the school life.

At some point in time, I felt like reading my own diary. When I was Purchased the ebook in When I was reading exactly 46th page, I saw some negative reviews on goodreads. Keeping them aside, I moved further.

Ending of the story is a typical Indian-Masala type. Finally, I enjoyed reading it. Feb 14, Shantanu Lakhotia rated it it was ok. I have only one word for this book "POOR".

There is not much to expect from the story, no thrill,No big heroic work. The flight of excitment I got from reading the back page of the book had crashed after reading the first 2 chapters.

There is no effort on the authors side to make this book interesting. I had to drag myself to read the chapters. This book is a waste of time, money and paper. I sincerely hope that both the publisher as well as the author realize what a mistake they have done by allowing this book to be published and come up with a much better book to restore their reputation.

Mar 06, Deepanshu Mohindru rated it liked it. Sep 30, Priyanka Lal rated it liked it. A nostalgic trip down memory lane.

Far far better from the author's previous works. Deals with the time of innocence to the journey of growing up. A boy's experience put in simple words which enriches the reading experience. All descriptions could be pictured, enjoyed and one could connect to them. Kudos to the writer and the editing team. A great deal of care has been taken to bring out a quality product.

All will have an easy and fun time reading. Jul 15, Megha Sharma rated it did not like it. Utterly disappointing. Immature writing, no story. The message the novel is trying to convey is commendable but the author fails to deliver it miserably.

Its time ravinder singh starts writing stories which are not inspired from his real life and put the thinking cap on and come up with some interesting stories. Oct 22, Harsha Sudhir rated it it was amazing. Scott Fitzgerald.

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You discover that your longings are universal longings, that you're not lonely and isolated from anyone. You belong".. A must read by every 90's kid. Feb 07, Kavya Bhardwaj rated it liked it.

As the writer of the book is Ravin, loved the book. Jun 04, Harshita Thakur rated it liked it. Jan 16, Swetha rated it really liked it. Nostalgic moments brokes in my heart The childhood, first day of school,school shift, grade 10 and then the first love forms the whole story. Its enduring how author takes you back to his childhood and makes you remember yours.

It is a delightful read that will stay for long. The cover of the book exactly describes the book. It would hook you up right away.


You might want to revisit them which is a dream when you are a grown up. Flow of the book. All the topics chosen makes it a definite read specially for Indian descendant school kids and it will be an eye opener for students who study abroad.

The author thisisravinder power of words that transports you to your childhood and you remember your child like innocence once again which we somehow lose while growing up. Everybody can relate to in one way or the other…Written in easy language which adds to its beauty.

It takes the readers on a beautiful, innocent, crazy, curiosity-filled and memorable days of his life where life was a lot simpler than what it is today.I looked back into his eyes. Happy reading! He is safe there behind the rocks. They were a sort of curtains. Heads, I will stay back. I love Jai and I want him to win. The two of us looked nice.