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Book Review – Child / God by The Corporate Slacker

 

Before I even get into the content of the book, let me answer the burning questions that readers of this blog (all three of you) must have.

  1. Yes, Ketan Bhagat is related to Chetan Bhagat. He’s the younger brother of India’s best-selling author and columnist.
  2. No, the book is nothing like the typical Chetan Bhagat book.

In fact, Child/God is not a typical book at all. It’s something quite different, and refreshingly so. Far from the dumbed-down, stereotypical stories of boys and girls that have flooded the Indian market like a Mumbai downpour, Child/God is a sincere attempt to depict Read More

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Kavis Take: Child/God – Ketan Bhagat. My review

 

I would recommend all to read this. I’m sure you all would connect to the story and the drama that is a part of our life too. I would rate this book 4/5 for the plot and writing. Hats off  to the author for attempting this.

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4.5 / 5 Rating: Review of Child/God by Suyash Karangutkar

 

A child strengthens the bonding between a couple! The relationship between child and father is as important, in a household, as that with mothers. A father’s nature, attitudes, beliefs, satisfaction with his work, engagements and a couple of other factors have a direct impact on the household atmosphere, especially on children.

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Book Review: Child/God by Ketan Bhagat

 

Ketan Bhagat visited LPU recently. Along he brought ‘Child/God’, a beautifully written piece of literature. I got so engrossed in the book that I slept at 4 the first night, woke up at 10 and started reading again. The unadulterated, raw emotion is what makes the book so different from many others I’ve read. In a time when the world fights over religion, this book tells us why the Bhagwad Gita is not a religious book but a guide to positive living.

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Book Review: Child/God (Ketan Bhagat) by Ashwini Bagga

 

The moment I heard about this book “Child/God” the first impression that I portrayed in my mind was a book about the relationship between a child and father. An imaginary series of events lined-up in my nerves about the ways of raising a child and revering the pristine soul like a God. I had prefixed it as the only subject and concern of the book. But, the things came out far different that were beyond the reach of my imagination and comprehension. Landing to an outlying platform beyond one’s customary approach the author has proved his outlandish perspicacious writing skills

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Word Bite – June 2015

 

Book Review: “Child/God by Ketan Bhagat” ……slowly and gradually when the pages turned, when the story moved forward and Raghav Malhotra life takes a twist which in turn starts his journey from ignorance to knowledge, from untruth to truth and from darkness to light I found out that I was thoroughly hooked with the story because I found out a new meaning of life.

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