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Shibaji Bose - November 9, 2019 - 0 comments

The eloquent narration and captivating plot make it an intoxicating read that arouses, motivates and moves – all at the same time.

– The Times of India

The cityscapes changed from small houses to high rise buildings; career choices changed from the stereotypical to the more challenging and varied ones; and families crossed the milestone from joint to nuclear. Shibaji Bose’s Till We Meet Again beautifully captures all these aspects of life that have become so evident in the past decade.

Aryan is the eldest child in the house, but the only one with no fixed life-aim. Living a strained relationship with his father, he is not really a hero for his siblings Rohan and Rhea too. It’s upon the sudden demise of his father that he sets out to explore his options, on the way learning important life lessons from multiple women in his life — all empowered in their own special way.

The book is power-packed with emotions and the characters are as real as they come. The eloquent narration and captivating plot make it an intoxicating read that arouses, motivates and moves — all at the same time.

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