Title: Wish I Could Tell You

Author: Durjoy Datta

Publisher: Penguin India

Rating: 4.2/5

Wish I Could Tell You is a different and an unexpected story from Durjoy Datta. It is a story that will really make you think – kab pata chalega ki akhir chal kya raha hai! It is a story of a guy and a girl who never really talked to each other at the same time. The story conveys the message of selfless and pure love and joy in that kind of love. The story carries the forgotten essence of humanity. It has a quite impressing story outline.

This is a story of Ananth and his Mohani who work in an organisation – WeDonate. This organisation raises funds for the people who need it for their health, education, filming project, etc. This is a story of all the people who were behind the recovery of a bad man, Gautam.

One of the best parts in this story is how the author has told the story of Gautam’s life through his photo albums. The readers will be fully endorsed by the emotions behind each photo. In this story, there are moments when you will have to just close the book to let your mind absorb what you just read.

The story flows smoothly without any disturbance in the past and the present. As the reader will flip the pages, the story starts to unfold. Also, at a point, the reader will know the reality, but one of its characters will not and that will make you feel powerful!

As you will read, at the back of your mind, you will try to understand what is really happening here. The ending is really unexpected and beautifully unveiled.

If you have read Everything is Fucked by Mark Manson, it will come to your mind, maybe the author is inspired by that book to write this one.

This story will awaken your sense of empathy. This love story is a different one and much needed by the world.

Also, we are looking forward to a movie on this book.

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About the Author

Durjoy Datta is an Indian novelist, screenwriter and entrepreneur. His screenwriting efforts include Sadda Haq – My Life, My Choice, Million Dollar Girl – From Banaras to Paris on Channel V India, Kuch Rang Pyar Ke Aise Bhi on Sony TV and Ek Veer Ki Ardaas…Veera on Star Plus to his credit.

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