Truly Madly Deeply Memoirs of a Broken Heart’s First Love! is a romance novel written by Indian author Faraaz Kazi. It was first published in by Cedar. Faraaz Kazi (born November 10, ) is an Indian author, primarily writing mainstream romance and best known for his debut novel Truly Madly Deeply. TRULY, MADLY, DEEPLY promises to be a heart-warming and emotion filled tale that will captivate the Faraaz Kazi, – Indic fiction (English) – pages.

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I wonder what was he thinking while penning it down. Seriously, I had a friend in law school who used to write like this.

Was it really a “Love Story”.??? I was taken back to my school days through his writing, and it was not only because the setting for the novel is in those school days, but also because my first crush was in those days.

Only a person who longs for someone to call their own can understand the obsession of being in love along with the magnitude of attraction a ‘first love’ carries. Absolutely no writing editing. What follows is a series of misunderstandings and ego clashes causing them to drift apart.

I admit the expressions were lovely and the book does a very acute and to a large part “true” depiction of “first love”. This is a young adult book but is not something I would have my “young adult” family member reading.

While growing up, I was one of I was tricked into reading this book. Are you floored by Rahul Kapoor?


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With a natural knack for the written word, Kazi’s potential is clearly visible in black and white and will faraz be one to watch. Also, I seriously doubt Kazi’s Rahul could even finish reading a Shakespeare play, let alone understand it.

Jul 30, Sarika Patkotwar rated it really liked deely. But, having said that, although I noticed it at the beginning of the novel, very quickly I became accustomed to the writing, and it doesn’t detract from the story.

The book tracks their lives along with their love life and the people embroiled in their story.

Truly Madly Deeply

Sample some lines from the book to understand how dreadful it really is: Well told by a mature voice in a smooth manner. We maddly have our first-love stories and those are the ones which we will never forget. Wasn’t it possible to find an editor? I had received this book sometime ago from the author and it took me a while to read it.

In its nascent stage, love is shy, cowardly and dormant. The author can sure do with some Beginner’s writing courses. Someone knows where can I order this book? But even with this overpowering love, he and she also is so inexperienced that he has no idea how to work through this love.

Kazi is known for his exploits in the digital marketing world and currently heads an agency in Mumbai.

What happens when the most popular guy in school falls in love with his beautiful female equivalent? There’s no way any teenager who’s fond of reading, who’s fond of Enid Blyton, would say no to a Harry Potter book and Kazi shouldn’t have taken out his personal mzdly against Rowling through his characters.


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Open Madlly See a Problem? A Thumps down for this book. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. I would most definitely recommend this book to one and all.

Oct 14, Mahek Sule rated it it was amazing Shelves: The first time it drove me to tears, the second time it is giving me goosebumps. A simple mediocre love-story with the heart-aching twist and turn of events will keep you turning pages till the end.

Book Review: Truly, Madly, Deeply, by Faraaz Kazi

Aug 10, Gulshaan Zafar rated it it was amazing Shelves: What I felt was overcooked was the detailed school life, for e. Jan 18, Ismail Sheikh rated it it was amazing Shelves: The characters are eventually quite well-written, especially Rahul, who tells this story and is as a consequence much more human and likeable compared to Seema, whom we mostly see from the point-of-view of someone who adores her and thus comes across as slightly insufferable.

A soft emotional book that deserves to be praised and remembered. I only finished it because I had paid for it on my Kindle and I didn’t want to “waste” my money.

I loved someone truly, madly, deeply! Seriously, how many deepoy in Philadelphia use the word ‘bloke’?