No Time For Goodbyes Bangalore Sixteen year old Tamanna finds an old Polaroid photograph in the attic and stumbles into her mothers past It is Tamanna finds herself in her grandmothers house where her mom seems

  • Title: No Time For Goodbyes
  • Author: Andaleeb Wajid
  • ISBN: 9789382951568
  • Page: 189
  • Format: Paperback
  • 2012, Bangalore Sixteen year old Tamanna finds an old Polaroid photograph in the attic and stumbles into her mothers past.It is 1982 Tamanna finds herself in her grandmothers house where her mom seems to be younger than she is She also meets her grandmother, aunts and Manoj, her mothers charming neighbour Manojs granddad is a scientist working on time travel but he see2012, Bangalore Sixteen year old Tamanna finds an old Polaroid photograph in the attic and stumbles into her mothers past.It is 1982 Tamanna finds herself in her grandmothers house where her mom seems to be younger than she is She also meets her grandmother, aunts and Manoj, her mothers charming neighbour Manojs granddad is a scientist working on time travel but he seems pretty clueless about getting Tamanna back to the present Even as Manoj helps Tamanna sort out the mess that shes in, they fall hopelessly in love How will the impossible attraction ever work if Tamanna has to return A delicious romance, No Time for Goodbyes is tender, irresistible and unforgettable all at once.

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    About "Andaleeb Wajid"

    1. Andaleeb Wajid

      Andaleeb Wajid is the author of Kite Strings and Blinkers Off, My Brother s Wedding, More than Just Biryani and the Tamanna Trilogy, a Young Adult time travel romance series Her 8th novel, When She Went Away was published by Duckbill in October 2015 Asmara s Summer, another YA with Penguin was published in April 2016 and there s an upcoming contemporary romance with Hachette in April 2017.Her e book Will the Oven Explode was published by Juggernaut in November 2016 and her horror novel It Waits e book will be published by Juggernaut in late February, 2017 Check out her website for details about her upcoming books.

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    1. Tamanna, a typical teenager, goes up to her ‘attic’ looking for some peace and quiet to read her Harry Potter. A polaroid photograph falls out of somewhere, she picks it up. And the next minute she finds herself in her grandmother’s house. Only, she isn’t her grandmother yet. And her own mother and aunts are teenagers. And it is 1982. And with Tamanna, you also take that trip to those good old days of a cleaner, greener Bangalore.When busfares were paid with ten paisa coins and movie tic [...]


    2. Here's the thing -- I'm not much into the romance genre. However, I picked this one up because I liked the Back-To-the-Future premise and was pleasantly surprised. Here's what happens: Tamanna gets whisked 30 years into the past and accidentally ends up falling for the same boy that her mum seems to have a crush on. But, hold on, it's really not what it sounds like! It's a very entertaining read. I especially loved the description of 1980s Bangalore and the narrator's sense of humour. Have order [...]




    3. Thank you Bloomsbury India for sending me a copy of this book for review! The Time Machine meets A Cinderella Story in this quick light read by Andaleeb Wajid. No Time For Goodbyes is the first book in the Tamanna trilogy wherein a boring winter morning turns into a much horrifying trip to the past. Tamanna only wanted something fruitful to occupy her time but she’d never have assumed that picking up a Polaroid of her mother would land her in the exact scenario in 1982. With absolutely no clue [...]


    4. Time Travel? Is it even possible? Common! I have only seen it happen in a Harry potter movie. BTW the question is not whether or not time travel is possible but it’s all about what would life be if we travel back to past. Sounds crazy right??!! Here is a story which will steal your time for a while.No time for Good Byes begins with the usual description of a 16 year old Girl, Tamanna. Waiting for her collage admissions, she is already bored staying at her home with her mom and her younger sist [...]


    5. The first of the "Tamanna trilogy", this book is the start of the romance of two youngsters (??) made possible by Time travel.Tamanna finds herself accidentally pushed into the past by 30 years where she meets her teenage mom and her family. She falls for Manoj, her mom's neighbour in the past and gets into a dilemma between returning to the present to be with her family or remaining in the past to fulfil her lovelife.What does she choose to do or does she have a choice at all?Read a complete re [...]


    6. I started this book last nighttill chapter 6 and continue since morning its a story of time travelTamanna a 16 year old girl suddenly went to past through a polaroid photograph. .30 years backd such circumstances occur that she fall on love with a guy 18 years old.end their is very nice narration by the writer and after many do's n don't's .e came back to present and then to meet him she tries to go back to past for answers and lastly when she is agn in past the way to go back to present (the p [...]


    7. No Time for Goodbyes, By Andaleeb Wajid is time travel book. I enjoyed reading the book right from the beginning. As Andaleeb true to her style, the book is gripping-page turner. The story revolves around a 16-year-old girl, Tamanna who time travels back to 1980s in Bangalore. The description of old and new Bangalore is comprehensive, as we hear a lot from our parents. I am looking forward for the second book from The Tamanna Trilogy. Cheers! :)


    8. I like the idea that this is time travel, but I'm a little disappointed that the sci=fi aspect is hardly there, and it's just basically a tale of forbidden romance. What happened to saving the world, ya'all? But I shouldn't blame the writer for it, this was advertised as romance. I guess I was just expecting more from the time travel genre.




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