“Soul mates,” the word seems so common. We use it in our everyday life without even knowing the true meaning of it. One does not simply find their soul mate in this bizarre world so easily.
Estella did not care about the world’s practicality and opinions. All she knew was that like the Estella in ‘Great Expectations’ she would also find her Pip. And then one fine evening, she does meet the perfect guy. Like every fairy tale, they fall in love and decide to get married. Everything was going perfectly. But of course this isn’t the whole story.
Professor Jay Malhotra has been the best in his job and most loved teacher in SAU. His words would make every single being sway in the wind of love. But why was he the way he was? Why did he look like someone had taken out his soul? Does love really matter to him as much as he stated and taught?
Join the inexplicable respective journeys of Estella Hudson and Jay Malhotra in the first installment of the epic romantic trilogy. Get a peek inside the world of love, drama and tragedy. This is not a love story; it’s the procedure of creating love and the science behind the word “Soul mate.” And most importantly, understand the concept that in every story, there is ‘not always a HAPPY ENDING.’
Shriyut Kumar Srivastava, from Allahabad in Uttar Pradesh, is one of the youngest English language writers in India. He has been writing for five years now and this is his third published work.
Being a metaphysical poet, his primary theme has always been love. He wants people to understand through his writing that the word ‘love’ has lost its meaning and its essence in today’s world. We can get it back if we believe in a pure soul.
Apart from writing, Shriyut loves dancing, singing, playing the piano, photography and watching his favorite TV shows. He has written about 50 soul-warming poems beside the ones published in this book that he someday wishes to show the world.
Shriyut wants to be an English professor and has labored hard to reach this point where people are excited to read his work. He hopes to someday get his 19th work published.