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When they reached the edge of the school ground he gave the books back to her. And he was in class, and he was there after school every night for the next two weeks, never saying a word, quietly washing the boards and cleaning the erasers and rolling up the maps while she worked at her papers, and there was that clock silence of four o'clock, the silence of the sun going down in the slow sky, the silence with the catlike sound of erasers patted together, and the drip of water from a moving sponge, and the rustle and turn of papers and the scratch of a pen, and perhaps the buzz of a fly banging with a tiny high anger against the tallest clear pane of window in the room.

Sometimes the silence would go on this way until almost five, when Miss Taylor would find Bob Spaulding in the last seat of the room, sitting and looking at her silently, waiting for further orders. He would also lock the school-room door for her unless the janitor was coming in later. Then they would walk out of school and across the yard, which was empty, the janitor taking down the chain swings slowly on his stepladder, the sun behind the umbrella trees.

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They talked of all sorts of things. He thought for a while and said, "Do me a favour, Miss Taylor? There's a lot of butterflies and crayfish and birds.

Maybe you'd like to walk, too.

They can be bad also right? Saumya became yet another girl who is ready to sacrifice her goals and ambitions for the man of her dreams.

On the other hand, the man just follows his dreams. The book could have been better… The book could have been better….

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This is what one of the characters in the book says and rightly so. This book has got gears but mostly tortoise-paced.

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The book slowly begins with the first gear describing about the city girl Saumya and how she gets posted to a steel plant in Toranagullu where she tries to get accustomed. On a trip to Hampi she gets beguiled by a hippie-cum-marijuana addict who It is easy to say "hi" to everyone who you meet but to say "bye" to the person s you love is the one of the most difficult things to do.

On a trip to Hampi she gets beguiled by a hippie-cum-marijuana addict who had been travelling for three years to every possible place sticking his bottom for three months at every halt to do "something".

A hippie only until she realizes towards the end that this man has got to do "something". And as envisaged their falling in love seems commonplace to me at least.

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Half way through I felt like giving it up but some part of me just managed to push me through a few pages and then there was no stopping until the last page. This book is neither fast paced nor it has the witty characters but it has the plot right in the last part which makes up for the initial interminable part and kudos to the writer as he managed to pen down that intriguing part at last.

And this should be considered as a compliment. Everyone remembered Ann Taylor, for she was that teacher for whom all the children wanted to bring huge oranges or pink flowers, and for whom they rolled up the rustling green and yellow maps of the world without being asked.

She was that woman who always seemed to be passing by on days when the shade was green under the tunnels of oaks and elms in the old town, her face shifting with the bright shadows as she walked, until it was all things to all people.

She was the fine peaches of summer in the snow of winter, and she was cool milk for cereal on a hot early-June morning. Whenever you needed an opposite, Ann Taylor was there.

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And those rare few days in the world when the climate was balanced as fine as a maple leaf between winds that blew just right, those were the days like Ann Taylor, and should have been so named on the calendar. As for Bob Spaulding, he was the cousin who walked alone through town on any October evening with a pack of leaves after him like a horde of Hallowe'en mice, or you would see him, like a slow white fish in spring in the tart waters of the Fox Hill Creek, baking brown with the shine of a chestnut to his face by autumn.

Or you might hear his voice in those treetops where the wind entertained; dropping down hand by hand, there would come Bob Spaulding to sit alone and look at the world, and later you might see him on the lawn with the ants crawling over his books as he read through the long afternoons alone, or played himself a game of chess on Grandmother's porch, or picked out a solitary tune upon the black piano in the bay window.

You never saw him with any other child.

That first morning, Miss Ann Taylor entered through the side door of the schoolroom and all of the children sat still in their seats as they saw her write her name on the board in a nice round lettering.The place mentioned is interesting i. Giving 3 rating only for the blogger part of the story.

Want to Read saving…. After a half hour of listening to Miss Taylor, he quietly let the spitball drop to the floor.

Unraveling the mysterious Shubdro was the best thing. Young Adult. In fact, Chetan's success has opened doors for emerging writers and few of them had already earned their worth.

He is portrayed as a hippie who is least bothered about life and relationships. He would also lock the school-room door for her unless the janitor was coming in later.