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First semester examination is on the deck and we had to cover tons of pages of giant alien books on all possible engineering subjects. Though we all had our specific streams, for some strange reason, through the first year we also had to read mechanical, electrical and civil, basic electronics, C programming language… the list goes on. Learning is a great idea but studying to pass exams is a big pain in the ass. The pain was more acute for Section C students, since we had started our class a month later than usual. All thanks to our fucked up ranking and the limited bank balances of our parents that kept us in the waiting list for most colleges for a long time. I did terribly in the first set, but recovered in the second.
You introduced yourself to me, followed me and then said good bye to me on the first day. Next thing I know, I was accused of being romantic with you. Today you are telling me you knew I was not flirting with you.
Holy crap! I hardly spoke any words to you! Also in the entire wide world you choose to say sorry in a crowded auto while holding my hand?
What an anti-climax, I wanted her to feel bad at my poisonous words and there she was enjoying my bitter blast. Of my speech, she just filtered her own favourites.
I was getting really worked up. No more harsh words. Can I offer you our local golgappa? I owe you that.
Isha won me over with her feminine charm and I ended up having golgappas with her which were indeed very good.
Though things with Isha are fixed now, I made another blunder in my engineering drawing mock test. But I needed decent marks to secure a good internal score. We had our mock tests stream wise. So all the electronics students from three sections were randomly grouped in three batches and sat together for the test. Luckily Rishi and I were grouped in the same batch.
Rishi came up with the news that a girl named Sapna in Section A was excellent at drawing and she was in our batch. So we planned to save our asses by arriving a bit earlier on the day of the test and grabbing seats next to her. When I entered the classroom I saw at least 30 students had beaten me to the exam room.
I saw him at the end of the room fighting and pushing two other students. Amazingly, this clash was happening next to a gentle girl who seemed to be enjoying it.
That must be Sapna! So we had to fight hard to get a place near her.
I saw Rishi literally battling for that goal. I was dumbfounded at the whole situation. Rishi was pissed off as I took far too much time to reach him. Do you need an invitation?
I still stood transfixed. Does he need a weapon? He was almost on the verge of defeat. In desperation I tried to throw the bag towards him and it got stuck on my hanging T.
Why does everything related to me end so disastrously? I pushed my bag far too hard to get rid of it and it shot off like a cannon ball. Rishi had lost the battle anyway and some random guy had won the place beside Sapna.
But that was not the worst thing to happen. My bag flew in the Matrix style and hit a girl in the face. And then everyone was silent. As usual, I took some time to digest what I had done and when I got my senses back, I saw ten students gathered around the casualty. It was a bit funny though. She was already pissed off with you and she might even kill you now. I hit her for the first time. Now you hit her in the eye.
Have you heard of Dinesh Sinha, the advocate? But most of us have. You fucked up badly, my friend. I was in the worst possible situation a human being could manage to be in.
What next? How badly will my dad react if I have to go back to a degree college? Suddenly everyone seemed in a hurry to get back to their seats as Professor Saha entered the room with a set of papers.
I can pass info from Sapna to you. Is she hurt badly? Does she need an artificial eye? Is she already complaining about me to her Trustee dad? The test starts in five minutes. Pick up your bag and sit behind me. I had absolutely no clue what to do next. I needed to see what was going on inside.
Time was passing by and the exam would have already started. I was toying with the idea that maybe she was not in the restroom at all and had already returned to the classroom. As I was about to move back, the door opened and there she was; looking beautiful even with a black eye.
I had just wanted to see how she was faring but she came and stood bang in front of me. I immediately regretted my decision to come checking on her. There was no chance I could come up with a decent sentence to show my concern or explain how sorry I was. I could have lost my eye.
I needed to say sorry and swiftly at that before I had to say it in front of the whole regulation committee. She bit her lips thinking. By the 20th page of the book you are completely under Dev's skin i.
Whenever his heart breaks, your heart does too. A few moments in the book are so emotionally high, I was almost crying and had to keep the book aside, go and punch a wall to make myself remember that I am a guy, especially when Dev's mom is in Hospital, his biggest mistake and break-up with Isha.
T Before you start reading this book, remember you are placing your heart on a roller coaster. The twist and turns are quite good and are believable. The book doesn't allow you to expect anything to keep you engrossed.
After reading the book, you conclude only one thing 'Dev' is completely crazy and a made lover. The slogan "Not every story has a hero" is well understood only at the end while reading last few pages.
Something which I found was a opposite stream. I always like to read books of debut author as there is always something new like the story, concept, style of writing. There are no such bloopers which i could catch except for couple of them.
The story starts with Dev reaching Bengaluru to start life afresh leaving back all his past. He gets welcomed by his best friends, Rishi and Isha. So the story in short is somewhat like this, It was during their engineering college days when Dev fell for Neera.
But before he could propose, Neera was already in love with Neel. Surely NO! You are getting much more here! With humorous but realistic 'golgappa' and 'private-engg-college' cases, Suman Bhattacharya certainly deserves a place in our bookshelves for his next book, if he writes any! The awesome green color cover of the book attracts you to turn some of its pages, and yes!
With each statement of his I mean the protagonist Dev , he tells us that he is a common man who lives a life like ours and have nothing dramatic and imaginary to tell, but his normal life with a few writable abnormal cases usually it happens with each normal life, no?
At some places, the child author Suman leaves his immaturity but still if you are not to review it anywhere, you will hardly notice those! With a must-read advice to all of you, I will congratulate Suman for his successful debut and will make his known that "I'll be waiting for your next hit!
Loved the way author ended up the story. Those beautiful, private conversation between Neera and Dev touched my heart! Though plot was nothing new, I have already read many such stories before but in this story I felt connected. Author has written this story with much simplicity and love!
I could feel d presence of author's heart in it! Expressive writing skills, one can imagine each scene while reading. Letter written by Neera and Dev's Journal involved me much in the story. Perfect flow in the story could be seen without any confusion or abruptness!
Overall a good read! A smile will definitely hug your lips when you close the book! My Rating - 3. All the very best. This is a story of an unquestionable friendship, crazy love, shattered relationships, lost smiles, honest tears and all shades of life of a 21st century youngster. Okay, best thing first! A software engineer that too from Kolkata has written his engineering college high voltage drama amalgamated with tinge of love affairs and I.
There is so much to correlate!! Considering a debutant, Suman Bhattacharya has done a lot well, certainly trying to compare him with contemporary writers like E. L James and Amish Tripathi would be questioning a pure personal writing style.