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From Nobody To Best Buddy.: A Thousand Mile Journey Paperback – 3 Aug 2013
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Pranks, books, general aversion to studies, math, chemistry,exams, copying, adolescent love, betrayal, fights, seniors vs juniors, name it, you have it. Characters are realistic. My favorite characters being Ram and Pom. The characters have been developed beautifully. The episode with Pom, Ram and Luvkush during a soccer match, is to watch for. Seniors vs Juniors and copying episode was dramatic. Final few chapters were gems. The fight between Ram and Luvkush tugs your heart. It was nothing short of brilliant.
What not? There are quite a few editorial mistakes. Sometimes the plot looks disjointed. The connectivity from chapter to chapter could have been established better. the number of characters could have been reduced. But a few brilliant chapters make up for all this.
Overall, an amazing effort by a first time writer. Kudos to Lovekush Singhania! Amazing potential and a wonderful writer. Waiting for his next book already.
The author Lovekush Singhania; a loss to jurisprudence, a finely polished gem to English literature!!! every era sees the blossom but not many r worth his ingenuity...