Revolving around the theme of a child being ignored on the issues, presumably minute, by their parents, the book "Stop. No!" portrays how well societal norms mold family norms. The plot of "Stop. No!" seems relatable, as most of us have faced a similar kind of issues that do not get any recognition, not even when it gets lethal. In the book, Drishika's mother, like any other mother, plays a role that can make or break her child.
To know what she does, you will have to read the book. The book cries out the pain which most of the women and kids face. This book not only tells a story but also awakens our sense to observe our surroundings.
“He is extremely innocent. He keeps on committing the same mistake; sometimes with the same girl, sometimes with another.”