Plot summary: Ajay has lost his wife Bhavana to a deadly disease. He finds it hard to move on. Bhavana’s memory and the love he has for her occupies his life. He meets Anisha, who was not so happy about Ajay’s hatred towards god. She wants to prove him wrong. But, things shapes their relationship into a healthy friendship. What happens to Ajay? Did Anisha prove that Ajay is wrong about his perception? What made Anisha and Ajay into friends, though they are poles apart makes the 236 pages heart-warming story.
Ajay.K.Pandey has won hearts with his previous novels novels “You are the best wife” and “Her last wish”. You are the best friend is his third creativity. It is the sequel of Her last wish. Both the novels ‘Her Last wish’ and ‘You are the best friend’ are Ajay’s own life stories.
The story picks from where Her last wish left us. The story is a combination of painful memories and feel good moments. Ajay is one of the few writers who makes the readers to feel the emotions. You are the best friend is no exception.
I have read both the novels of this author and was keen on reading this one. I loved the title and cover of the story, It’s impressive. This book is a simple story of a Man fighting with depression. In this story, one will witness lots of emotions, Relationship, friendship, mystery. It’s a sweet and simple story of two people who became best friends.
One can easily connect with the story well, The author has left no stone unturned to make this story an interesting read. The plot of the story is simple and lucid. The pace of the story is little slow. I loved the first half of the story. It’s beautiful.
The narration of the story is simple, articulate and easy. I loved the way the author has characterize each and every character. Each of them has a unique personality. Be it Arvind Uncle, Anisha, Ajay’s Mom & Dad and Ajay’s character. Each one had their own importance.
I loved Anisha’s Character the most. Her bold personality, straightforward nature makes her unique. The tempo of the story is also good. One will witness many emotions. Overall, it’s a sweet story with lots of interesting lines, plot. The hold on language by the author is also good. The first part of the story is great but the later part I felt it’s dragged. The ending was also predictable.
The way Ajay has sketched the characters are exceptional, especially the lead character Ajay (The author himself). One can really understand the life of a person who lost his dear once through Ajay’s pains (Ajay’s words as well). When the memories of Bhavana sweeps him he sweeps us with his emotions.
Anisha is the feel good character of the story. Her advices to Ajay and her care for him would make the readers to long for Anishas in their own life. The novel is simple and genuine in its own way. Every reader might feel the words touch their hearts. By the end one could feel the satisfaction of reading a complete novel.
The wordings are simple and the lucid language makes it a fine read. One can finish it in one go. If you have read Her last wish, don’t miss this sequel. A must read for Ajay fans and romance lovers.