BOOK REVIEW: COMPLETE/ CONVENIENT: KETAN BHAGAT : A RIVETING STORY by Aditya Bhasin “Life is more convenient there, life is more complete here”. From this line is the title of this book been derived . Just one line, yet with full power it describes the complete book itself. Bhagat’s debut novel is based on lives of Everyman settled in other countries living behind not only a country that needs them, but, also a family, some friends, emotions, liberty, satisfaction and that sense of “I was complete there”.
BOOK REVIEW – COMPLETE/ CONVENIENT – KETAN BHAGAT by Yatin Gupta Well, when I first got to know that Chetan Bhagat’s has a brother named Ketan and he is also coming out with his book, I was like #Facepalm. I had no clue what the book is going to be all about and I was certain that it will be a full on masaledaar stuff like what Chetan writes and I was least interested in reading his book. The other day, I was at Srishti Publication’s office and that’s when I got to know that they have published Ketan’s book