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World Art Day 2022 -Only The Good Die Young-Book Review: Guest Post by Divya Yadav

   Connect with Divya Yadav Book Review:  Author: Akash Verma  Publisher:  Penguin Metro Reads (15 February 2021); Penguin Random House India Language: English Paperback: 240 pages ISBN-10: 0143450123 ISBN-13: 978-0143450122   Blurb:  Sometimes when you're desperate to leave the past behind, the past is eager to catch up! Anuradha left Delhi when Dhruv chose his family over her. She thought that that chapter of her life was over and so she began building a new life in Mumbai. But strangely, the moment she leaves her past behind, her past begins to catch up with her. Dhruv suddenly comes back into her life and even as they begin to figure out their relationship, horrible things begin to happen to people around them. The Review: Well it's a sequel of "you never know". The title is enough to convey and narrate the story will its totally lucid. Type of psychologi