Thursday, 7 April 2016

BOOK REVIEW: The Slip of Me by Akhand Singh


 "The Slip of Me is a contemporary coming of age story, following a boy named Vikram, -- quiet, shy and prone to troubles, and his teenaged friends in Jabalpur, India. They all experience the ups and downs of adolescence, eager to fall in love, but struggling to understand what it even means. Vikram falls head over heels for Jessica, his chemistry tutor's daughter. When Jessica severs ties with Vikram, he is deeply affected and begins a far-reaching transformation. This story explores the emotional world of Indian teens--the conflicts they face within their families, at school and in society at large. As they approach the end of their public education and ready themselves to move on to various universities, Vikram, and his friends must face new identity crisis. What do they want to be and how will they get there? What saves Vikram in the end is learning the true value of friendship and how it can provide the ultimate support and healing that anyone needs."







BOOK REVIEW:- 
As the storyline is clear from the blurb.
 Jessica is around sixteen,short, slender and dark, with pale perfect skin and beautiful black eyes, holding an innocent smile on her face.
Vikram was attracted to Jessica ,when he first saw her.
Raghu and Joe are Vikram's friend.
The way she looks towards Vikram, make him energized.
He was astonished to find her and they both meet each other in the tution classes .
What will happen when his family will get to know?
Will they support him?
Get ready to experience the roller coaster ride.
This story explores the emotional world of Indian teens--the conflicts they face within their families, at school and in society at large.

I WOULD RATE THIS BOOK , 4 OUT OF 5 STARS.




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