The only way to get through life is to laugh your way through it.
Circling around the life of a teenage girl Megha who is a high achiever all around, the book deals with a lot of issues faced not only by teenagers but even the elders (especially parents) around them.
It’s usually either just mystery and no laughs or just light hearted humour and no thrilling moments; but this book gives both, and superbly so.
About 50% of the stories in this book are rejected pieces.
Thankfully at least one thing from our childhood is just the way it should be — childlike and pure.