The cover page is simple yet catchy and the oxymoronic title is indeed witty and luring.
Riitik, a smart Punjabi boy, falls head over heels in love with a pretty Brahmin girl and they vow to be there for each other no matter what. They enjoy being in love and think they could never be happier. They float through the thick and thin and have minor arguments like every relationship. But then, one black day, Niyati completely vanishes from Riitik’s life, leaving behind nothing but her memories.
The email which she sends towards the end of the book, might be considered as the climax.
Human emotions have been greatly focussed on. The language used by the author is conveniently devoid of fancy and decorative words which makes it a comfortable and smooth read. The reader can also catch a few glimpses of Delhi while reading the story.
While there are a few grammatical and tense errors, they might be ignored as this is the author’s first attempt at writing a full length novel.
The writing is honest and the reader can empathise with the writer’s emotions.