Naina Grover has an imperfectly perfect life, or is it perfectly imperfect? A Punjabi kudi from Delhi working in the city of joy, Kolkata is joined by her crazy cousin, Arjun and his sober friend Aditya to come of age while at a long – distance relationship which seems to be going nowhere. She knows it is a recipe for disaster but should she let go or not? Should she hope for the best? Hope she will be accepted?Hope she can settle down? Hope she can come to terms with a family secret bothering her for years now? Just hope. Keep hoping? And then, Hope welcomes a ray of sunshine. Naina welcomes you to look at life from her perspective. ‘Hop’e On!’
The most important point about the book is that it is not a cliche romantic novel, and this is the best thing.
I am not a romantic book fan, but this book was good as if explained friendship and love both.
Story of Aditya, Naina and Ved. Ved is Naina’s long distance boyfriend. Naina was becoming hopeless in love and then Aditya’s character is introduced. Aditya was a positive person and filled Naina’s life with hope and positivity.
The pace of the story is good.
The characters were realistic. We find these kind of people in real life also.
Some parts of the book was unreal or I should say on the verge of being called cliche. The connectivity was lost in the book.
The best thing was the plot, fresh and well thought.