[E–pub/E–book] Breaking Myself


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  1. says: Ridhima Chopra ´ 7 Read [E–pub/E–book] Breaking Myself

    [E–pub/E–book] Breaking Myself Read Breaking Myself I liked the essence of story the way u narrated it Both had problems in their life something which other people can't even see I loved the way u described Alina's feelings in all the circumstances let it be in good or bad And not to forget Kabir's constant support for her It feels like someone is always there for you Its

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    [E–pub/E–book] Breaking Myself Read Breaking Myself To be frank the story was a little too overwhelming for me It was just not my sort you know where the protagonist is a weirdo and is into depre

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    Summary Î eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ´ Ridhima Chopra [E–pub/E–book] Breaking Myself A heavy book The book actually begins as a sad story of an Indian teenager living in a messed up family She feels lonely and is afraid from her problems She has nightmares and tries to avoid the thing but she's too weak and empty to do that But her emptiness changes A lot of changes take place after this change May be badFor that you need to read it I can't believe that an author can display such a wisdom and make readers feel the emotions

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    [E–pub/E–book] Breaking Myself The core essence of the story is the understanding these two legends have for each other a beauty that can never die in my mind How much I love their growth I feel like those two are my babies From the fear of her getting touched by some one to something where Kabir and Alina make each other one is just an incredible mold

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    [E–pub/E–book] Breaking Myself Summary Î eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ´ Ridhima Chopra Ridhima Chopra ´ 7 Read The description of the plight of an Indian teenager was so beautiful and true that it was impossible to not get hooked to i

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  10. says: [E–pub/E–book] Breaking Myself Ridhima Chopra ´ 7 Read

    [E–pub/E–book] Breaking Myself one of my favorite novel Alina and Kabir just made me fall in love with this book even it's a book that I find uniue and it discuss an entirely different theme from my usual reads fantasy dystopian I have read this book 3 times or something and still couldn't get enough of it there are no words to speak about how much I heart the characters in this book marvelousabsolutely marvelous

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Summary Î eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ´ Ridhima Chopra

Breaking Myself

Breaking Myself characters Ä eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Summary Î eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ´ Ridhima Chopra Is a typical teen boy Break the rules smokes drink bunk classes do pranks in school and get into trouble He was a type of a boy your parents say to stay away from He always wore an ego and smirk like clothes They never separate away He is famous as a PRANKER in the schoolShe is broken He is. The core essence of the story is the understanding these two legends have for each other a beauty that can never die in my mind How much I love their growth I feel like those two are my babies From the fear of her getting touched by some one to something where Kabir and Alina make each other one is just an incredible molding of their souls This exuisite piece of writing stole my heart and I love each and every nook of the character showing the bitter reality of life and a bitter pill to over come it

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Breaking Myself characters Ä eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Summary Î eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ´ Ridhima Chopra Having funShe is studying at the night He is busy partying and handling his girlfriendsShe is innocent He is dangerousBoth are smiling outside but dying insideTwo different people Two different lives But somehow tangle by one single thread PainThey knew only one stare was enough to break them. Loved it

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Breaking Myself characters Ä eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Summary Î eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ´ Ridhima Chopra Alina Gupta never believed in love She thinks people come and go and nobody is bother about anyone in this big world She has good grades follow her parents rules and everything that a good girl do She never speaks much always has her head under the books and be in the solace of itKabir Oberoi. To be frank the story was a little too overwhelming for me It was just not my sort you know where the protagonist is a weirdo and is into depression Well it was all weird for me because I couldn t connect with anyone in the story The Good I liked the message it delivered I think this book would mean so much for the girls who are going through things the protagonist went through view spoilerShe was raped and kept it all to herself becoming depressed hide spoiler

  • Paperback
  • 286
  • Breaking Myself
  • Ridhima Chopra
  • English
  • 01 March 2020
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