The Love that Never Happenedby: Prakash Gupta
“The love that never happened” is based on the stories of the author during his engineering days with a touch of fiction. With this book, he is celebrating the young love that made him feel alive. Because as St. Augustine said, “Better to have loved and lost, than to never loved at all”
Prakash and Alisha, 2 completely different individuals meet during their B-Tech days. It is a ride to the time of adulthood when life was young and wild. Life had no rules then as if the rules of life always stayed out of the campus gate. A tale of friendship from B-Tech days, 4 friends and their hostel life, and how love is celebrated in boys’ hostel. It’s not only about love, but it’s also about the friendship of those days. It’s about the transition from a Student to a Corporate employee. It’s about the innocence with which Alisha and Prakash lived their college life. It’s about the first love of campus, it’s about that Old Monk party of Hostel. We get to live college with Prakash and Alisha and see life through them. Their love, which starts with a “Hi”, moves to coffee dates, then to long walks, then to Lovers park. Love was in their hands and they did it perfectly. This book is about the different aspects of love and how life takes a turn the moment you move out of the campus gate. It’s about the reality of life and two innocent souls, who only loved each other. The book takes you back to those college random days, those stupid moments, which were not stupid then. Alisha’s care towards the restless soul like him is a thing to watch. Two different perspectives of life, but the best part is they loved each other. It’s not important that you love and be loved, you must express what you feel in your own stupid ways. This is about, “Not so stupid moments”.
“Better to have loved and lost, than to have never loved at all.” – St. Augustine
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