Can a Girl and a Boy Be… Just Friends?
He knows everything about her, right from her favorite books to her favourite 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 speed dial. They talk to each other all the time. They talk about each other when they don’t talk to each other.
They can’t live without each other. Yet, they don’t love each other. They are just friends…
Can a Girl and a Boy Be… Just Friends? is a coming-of-age tale of two best friends who navigate their way through their teenage years figuring out if they are just best friends or more than that.
I can’t understand what author trying to narrate in the book. That’s why I am giving 2 stars.
preserve a young man and a daughter be a really acquaintances is a reservation that has remnants unreciprocated by the generations to generations? If one is logic, the other is emotion, subsequently putting them under any form of a family member is a stubborn task. Sumrit shahi has dreadfully convincingly and with apt situations made known, this confounded still, for the most part, unfailing family member of friendship between a child and a girl. The origin has extremely kindly unyielding the prepare ambiance and old the language old by the youngsters.
The story kicks start off with two stranger Aryan and Tannie seminar at the airport and step linked as the story unfolds. Aaryan who happens signifies the mature of a teenager, who loves to violate the set of laws in an ill feeling of individual an intellectual apprentice and Tannie who as well feels herself to be the free bird inevitable under parent’s instructions. How friendship and the laws of the attraction take part in a honey in altering their lives is pardon? The story deals with.
Author has stridden a helpful weigh up between the emotions and hilarious situations that don’t fashion an impression of tedium in the company of the reader. nevertheless, it not a little that has would fail you fare for attention, but it’s positively a time killer.
book cover: 3/5