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Home Book Review Incredible High - Rebels on a Road Trip - by Atul Kapoor

Incredible High - Rebels on a Road Trip - by Atul Kapoor

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In Ladakh, there is a popular saying: Only the ‘truest of friends’ and ‘fiercest of enemies’ come to Leh. Nikhil and his group of dysfunctional friends belong to the third kind: ‘craziest of wannabes’. Going Leh on bike would need them to surmount the road of world’s highest passes and deadliest traps.

And just when they begin to reckon that life can’t get messier, they get stranded in an inhospitable land. It is here that their conflicting emotions surface, their dark secrets unfold and their fears come alive. It is here that they begin to apprehend the real essence of life.

There can be no worldly justification to nurture such unrealistic option ahead of their lives. But why can’t they resist its temptation? Why should they find it tempting at first place?

Is this what they had sought to achieve when they left home? Is this the decisive journey of their rebellion? Would this consummate their search for that triumphant moment, their quest ‘For That Incredible High’?

Month: November 2010.

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