Based on common-day themes such as treachery and betrayal, which are superficially prevalent among the young generation, ‘Never Say Never’, to say in other words, is a book of today. It can captivate the hearts of college-going teenagers as these people (pupil) often make resolutions on various days but seldom follow because of many state-of-things.
In this book Nikita is a lead character but actually a dumb, considering her tenacity. When you got nothing to do with life and want to start something anew, the first thing happens is falling in love that too with your friend’s lover. Though the trait is cheap and hollow but in books like these – it is always fun to read a risible stuff any day.
Nikita Kumar is a very complicated person. The writer portrayed as she is often confused and upset with herself. Probably, she doesn’t know what affinities are meant for her, just like many other modern girls, who live in profligacy and often think going out of common way means success to them. But still the character is interesting. The setting of the book throws light on the metropolitan lifestyle and yearnings that can be understood by the involvement of a RJ. She falls in love with that RJ. The writer is modern and stylish, which successfully reflects in her work and to some extent even her upbringing.
Pace and plot of the book is extremely fine but the writer didn’t include nature in the setting. Since the book is part romance, hence, the writer must have put in some dazzling scenes among or with the nature. It makes any book quite charming.
Not to disappoint, the book is well edited and holds a good command over grammar usage. We expect more books from this well-going writer.