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Udaipur Times – May 29, 2015

 

[Book Review]: Child/God by Ketan Bhagat It was last week when I received the book and was supposed to give it to our in-house book reviewer. She is a voracious reader and good with words, hence she always did the reviews.

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Metro India – February, 2014

 

ONTHESHELF:COMPLETE/CONVENIENT Chetan Bhagat taught India to read. Now his younger sibling Ketan Bhagat has joined the coveted author bandwagon by penning his debut novel Complete/Convenient. I know it’s really not fair of me to mention Chetan Bhagat in his introduction. However, we all know that our heads may not turn by the mention of a debut author. Well, Ketan is here to live up to his brother’s reputation and he has surely done a good job at it. Complete/Convenient is a great book with a good plot, good characters and equally good narratives.

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Indian Express – July 2, 2013

 

Living away from home By Meera Bhardwaj Have you ever heard of any NRI who: Hasn’t washed dishes and vacuumed carpets; Hasn’t missed any of his friends/ family members wedding in India; Doesn’t watch Indian movies, no matter how long he has been outside India; Hasn’t been to a striptease; Doesn’t indulge in Indian food whenever he visits India on a vacation? Do you know any Indian who hasn’t thought of moving out of India for a better, safer life

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BOLDSKY – June 21, 2013

 

Complete/Convenient: Book Review by Nagarathna Ketan Bhagat is definite to impress you with his debut novel. Though the name of the book Complete/Convenient seems strange, it is completely justified. It takes you to the journey from Complete level, which is India to Convenient level, that is abroad.

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DNA – May 23, 2013

 

Book review: Complete/Convenient by Varsha Naik The one thing I never tire of is a story that resonates life. And while Ketan Bhagat has me at a loss for the strange title for his book, the story itself is one pleasing and easy to read. For anyone who has been an NRI, the story of Kabir and Myra makes complete sense.

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kamalpaneru.blogspot.in

 

Reviews On Novel Child/God By Kamal Paneru The story is about the Raghav Malhotra who has enjoyed ruined childhood & life up to the marriage. Completely careless, not sincere and moron Raghav is the husband of most beautiful wife Leela and brother of high professional Rishi Malhotra who is the author of blockbuster novels and scripts. Things change when he completes a novel and asks his brother to help in it. The big brother neglects his demands with buttering. The situations become worst with the rejection of book by publisher, demoralization by family and fight with the working wife.