Monday, October 30, 2017

Book Review# 39: Never Gone: Anusha Subramanian


Siddharth and Veera have a connection they refuse to acknowledge. There is more to Kavya than her snooty social-butterfly act. Mahir is the heartbroken heartbreaker.

Aslesha has built all her friendships on a foundation of lies. Nikhil has spent his entire life learning how to shut people out.

All Aakash wants is a second chance. And then there's Ananya. The one who was born to raise hell and change the world.

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My Review:
Its a story of friends,relationships, how teenagers deal with situations, love, loss of dear ones. We all have that one friend who balances all the other friends and is a common favorite. This one is for that one friend. Here the friend dies but she has written down something for each of her friends. How her friends read, learn and react forms the crux of the story.

I liked the way she does justice to all the characters and none of them look out of place.

Their trials and turbulence's are showcased by the author well without overdoing it. I would recommend the new youth to read and learn. Perfect for teenagers who coming of age would instantly connect to this story. Very subtle yet strong and yes, something that talks other than drinking and sleeping around. For us its a walk down the memory lane, an rendezvous with old times.

A very mature read. The author has a flair for writing complex stories. Keep up the great work. Looking for more good work from you.

Rating:I would rate this 4/5.

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