Friends by Shivani Anil Kukreja | Book Review
A story that says it all, no distance, no person can destroy it until you stop putting efforts on it. But here to of them met and then again get departed, one forgets and the other remembers everything. He comes back in life and tries to make the other one realize his importance and his existence.
Usually we say a guy forgets the past too soon but here he remembers everything and comes back and she doesn’t agree to know him.
Will she remember him? And how long will they last? Will the be able to survive the distance? A story of a girl and a boy, will they be able to prove that a boy and girl be friends?
A story that helps you heal and move over the phase of depression and tries to answer the questions that every second person has in this world today. A life full of up’s and down’s makes you realise about the true friendship and sets your mind free of various thoughts about different stuffs and pulls you out of the wrong.
A story of Vihaan and Anisha, who made their own mistakes and helped each other to get over them together.
Author:Shivani Anil Kukreja
Release date:November 7th, 2019
No. of Pages:Paperback, 200 Pages
I loved the title and cover of the book. It's attractive and eye catchy. The story is about Vihaan and Anisha. The plot is simple and relatable and it is the execution which makes the book a delight to read. The narration style of the author is simple and language is easy to read. While reading this novel one goes through a roller coaster ride of emotions. There is love, friendship, trust, loyalty and a lot more. It shows various emotions into various circumstances in the individual’s life. There are so many unexpected twists and turns in the story which gives an enthralling experience while reading.
The characters and the entire story is relatable. The emotions of each character can be felt deeply. The plot is heart wrenching and touching. There’s a certain amount of predictability, but there are enough twists that it’s not a foregone conclusion. Overall, it has been a light, simple yet refreshing novel. Looking forward to read more of her beautiful stories.