Things end but memories last forever is one book that reminds of school days, that friendship, first love and the madness of teenage. The starts in a great pace which seems to be pretty vague because many events seems to be skipped. Narration is brilliantly done, dialogues are beautifully crafted. The only drawback about the book is it's editing and the writing style of the author. My verdict about the book would be 'a great story that fell flat because of technicalities.'
I would rate the book 3 out of 5 and will surely wait for the next book of the author because I can see the potential of the author that will surely be coming out in next ventures. I wish him great future.
ABOUT THE BOOK:
Have you ever:
Been in true love? Not love at first sight but love at every sight?
Met the love of your life after 4 years only to lose her again?
Faced a psycho stalker?
Messed with family of cops?
Get caught boozing by none other than your mom on your own birthday?
Well, if this excites you even a bit, this would be an enthralling read for you.
Things End, But Memories Last Forever.
The book tells the real life bitter-sweet incidents and discloses a candid narration by a mad, love struck and bemused guy, Abhi, who confesses about every last details of his past life to his best friend after a near death escape in a car accident. The tale of his first love Nikita and much more.
As time goes on, you’ll understand. What lasts, lasts; what doesn’t, doesn’t. We are habituated to miss those people the most, who left us for no reason…
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