Just Friends is a tale that takes readers through the blooming bond between two teenagers, who discuss everything ranging from PlayStations to periods. They practically live each other's lives, share conversations that span everything under the earth and try the craziest of things together.
There's just one little snag – they're not in love. They're friends.
Will cupid strike when the time is right, or will they remain friends forever?
About the Author
Sumrit Shahi is a 17 year old author, and is presently pursuing a degree in Symbiosis School of Liberal Arts, in Chandigarh.
Apart from Just Friends, he has also written A Lot Like Love…. A Li'l like Chocolate.
In Just Friends, Sumrit Shahi manages to effectively capture the lives and moments of his protagonists when they go out of their way to help each other. The book was noted for the light and easy tone that it carried.
Sumrit has a penchant for public speaking and nurtures an aspiration to become a movie director someday. An avid debater, he has participated in three Model United Nations Conferences.
Synopsis is the only good thing!
2 Nov, 2011
3 Dec, 2011
its the worst novel
10 Dec, 2011
Sucked high time.
26 Dec, 2011
Dr. Mrunmayee Ambekar
25 Dec, 2011
Sucking novel. Waste of Money. Dont buy it. Warning.
22 Dec, 2011
AVOID IT..EXTREMITY in NONSENSE
29 Dec, 2011
"Just friends "
2 Oct, 2011
Not at all worth.
17 Jan, 2012
Waste of money ! Waste of time !
11 Jan, 2012