“The Slip of Me” by Akhand Singh nicely highlights the dilemma of teenagers. How a boy may be infatuated by a girl & may preoccupy himself in thinking about her for long hours. Trying to press down one’s emotions after a break-up & yet revealing it at every step that you are broken. Pondering over what would she might say at the last meeting.
The whole story plot resembles the real-life stories of love where strange things happens & life of the love birds gets changed completely due to love.
“I am just saying you would only find love where it exists” appears two times in the novel & emphasises that instead of wandering here & there in search of love- look around yourself. Most often you will find it.
Story @ “The Slip of Me”
The story revolves around 4 friends viz Vikram, Raghu, Joe & Niharika. Vikram bumps into Jessica & love happens. Jessica is notoriously famous for having involved in too many relationships in the past.
Soon after spending good time with Vikram, Jessica breaks-up with him.
The story brings out in a beautiful manner how after a break-up there may remain a longing for reunion.
Or in this case is this longing temporary?
Will Jessica & Vikram shall reunite? Will the efforts made by Vikram’s friends will bring the two souls together? Or will the efforts of friends shall go in vain?
Or Vikram will find the love where it exists?
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Best moments@ “The Slip of Me”
“The excitement to just go to the market and check out the girls was another reason that distracted us from studies”.
“As everyone scribbled their answers, Jessica inclined towards me to look at my answers, and with every effort, she made her body touch mine. My concentration was already screwed up and the irritation from the touch shattered my peace of mind.”
I walked towards her and with every step my mind yelled at me “Don’t do this, you moron”.
“Pictures of past forced the tears to match the pain in my heart”.
“Don’t allow a girl to ruin everything in you”.
“The same kind of envelope resembling my first love letter, but marked as two on the right corner. I kept trying to guess what she has written this time, applying all permutations & combinations, but I was nowhere close to being sure”.
“Strange things happen when you are in love,” I read this and believed it ever since I met Jessica
“There was something with the three of my best friends, they would always believe in me, always make me realize that things would not be just fine, but great”.
“The Slip of Me” is a nice read & shall take you through different intense emotions that you might have experienced as a teenager. You will easily be able to connect to the story.
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I rate it as 5/5.
With Great Love,
Er. Amit Yadav
Life is easy..!