Most literature for young people is composed by adults. This is not because the young lack the knowledge or the ability to express themselves or the will to. They simply lack the means.
Publishing has been and still involves the input of considerable resources which the young usually lack at their age. They are dependent on their elders who usually do not consider it worth their while to invest in initiatives where they feel returns are doubtful or non-existent.
In rare cases, a young person with the ability to express her thoughts in writing, cogently and in a readable manner, can generate the resources because of parental support, and her own will power, to publish her work and market it.
Devanshi Sharma is a rare breed of modern youngster, who in endowed with natural talent to narrate a good story, has a message to deliver to her teenage peers, has the selfless support of her parents, and the maturity to seek proper guidance needed for success in any enterprise.
The outcome is the refreshing and touching little tale of teenagers and facing their brave new world, with hope, courage, humanity, and fortitude. They seek the love and companionship of their elders and peers, but do not always find it.
The story involves the tender and touching relationship of two teenagers who face life on the front foot together and discover lifelong long companionship, by the grace of Godji, in whom they place their complete trust.
The narrative also touches on issues like teenage bonding, parental concerns, physical dimensions of youngsters approaching adulthood, and High School scenarios in economically higher level institutions.
A credible and worthwhile effort which readers would profit by reading and disseminating.
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