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Just Friends (Paperback)

Just Friends (Paperback)

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Published by Vaibhav

Paperback , 264 pages

ISBN-10:

8183520111

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9788183520119)

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He knows everything about her, right from her favorite books to her favorite bra. She knows everything about him, right from his favorite soccer club to his favorite x rated websites. He will complete her English homework, even at three in the night.She will arrange an Armani suit for him, even if it calls for flirting with ugly guys.He has her picture in his wallet. She has his number on speedial.They talk to each other all the time. They talk about each other when they dont talk to e...

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This is how the teenage lyf goes on...... More details This is how the teenage lyf goes on...... Hide details
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He seems to be acquainted with everything in relation to her, from her much-loved books to her most wanted bra. She on the other hand tends to know all regarding him, beg.. More details He seems to be acquainted with everything in relation to her, from her much-loved books to her most wanted bra. She on the other hand tends to know all regarding him, beginning with his preferred soccer club to the desired x rated websites. He is to complete her English homework, yet the clock strikes three at night. She is arranging the best Armani suit for him, although if it calls for flirting with awful guys. He claims to possess a picture of hers in his small wallet. She of the other hand has earned his number from sources and has it fixed on speedial. Conversation between both of them happens almost every second. They discuss what their condition was when they diid not have each other’s phone number. They chat on all topics which ranged from periods to playstation. They have consumed alcohol and thrown up too in each other’s company. They have bunked uncountable number of tuitions and that too together. To live without each other is an impossible task for them. Despite all of this they come to realise that they don’t love each other. At last they come to realise that are only friend. It is doubtlessly a wonderful book to read which leaves no stone unturned to make the reader realise the fact how life may become so different than the dull life that majority of the people suffer. Hide details
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Nice one from Sumrit..Didn't expect much from the novel,but it was really nice. The first part is a bit slow but second part is very nice and touches your heart. Overall .. More details Nice one from Sumrit..Didn't expect much from the novel,but it was really nice. The first part is a bit slow but second part is very nice and touches your heart. Overall a very good read. Looking forward to more books from Sumrit :) Hide details
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A must read for all teenagers battling the ever present question "Is it possible to have a best friend of the opposite sex''. The witty humor, correct use of language and.. More details A must read for all teenagers battling the ever present question "Is it possible to have a best friend of the opposite sex''.
The witty humor, correct use of language and extremely realistic situations makes it rather pleasurable to read this book.
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It is nice book, must read, good story on relationship. More details It is nice book, must read, good story on relationship. Hide details
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A very true to life sort of a story of friendship between a boy and a girl. The instances reminded me of my best friend (a guy) and the equation we shared during our grow.. More details A very true to life sort of a story of friendship between a boy and a girl.
The instances reminded me of my best friend (a guy) and the equation we shared during our growing up years. Now that career has taken front seat we've somewhat lost touch but not our friendship.
The writing is very creative and fresh and absolutely readable.
I like the fact that this is quite a fast paced novel and very relatable.
Sumrit's second book (A Lot Like Love...a Li'l Like Chocolate) is again a very decent and nice read. DO pick it up for its entertainment value and pleasurable read.
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it's awesome!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! n very true in my case............................... More details it's awesome!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! n very true in my case............................... Hide details
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Picking this up wasn’t a bad deal at all. Sumrit has shown good potential with his debut novel JUST FRIENDS – a story that revolves around the friendship between a gi.. More details Picking this up wasn’t a bad deal at all. Sumrit has shown good potential with his debut novel JUST FRIENDS – a story that revolves around the friendship between a girl and a boy.
The age old question of whether a girl and a guy can be friends seems to be answered almost perfectly by this teenager.

The story is about the two youngsters Aaryan and Tanie and their growing up years in school and hostel. Very relatable instances of the regular bunking, group studying, hostel tantrums, indulging in sports, examination fevers, friendships, crushes and first love add flavor and fragrance to his writing.
School life is an important part of a person’s life. Those are the days of carelessness and alertness all the same. It somewhat leads you to your path ahead in life. For some, those are the most wonderful days of growing up…while for some a difficult road with hardships and bruises.

Filled with humorous incidents and decently intellectual conversations, the book overall is a breezy and a refreshing read. What prompted me more to pick up the book was its blurb/synopsis on the back page.
“He knows everything about her, right from her favourite books to her favorite bra. She knows everything about him, right from his favourite soccer club to his favourite x rated websites. He will complete her English homework, even at three in the night. She will arrange an Armani suit for him, even if it calls for flirting with ugly guys. He has her picture in his wallet. She has his number on speedial. They talk to each other all the time. They talk about each other when they don’t talk to each other. They discuss everything from periods to playstation. They have tasted alcohol and then thrown up...together. They have bunked countless tuitions... together. They cant live without each other. YET They don’t love each other. They are JUST FRIENDS.”

Also, for me, most importantly, the correct usage of the language made it an enjoyable experience.
I’m happy Sumrit did not disappoint me. There is humor, wit, emotions, and an element of connectivity. Good work. Worth reading.
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