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Sunil Saraf

 

I am not a avid reader and leave most books half way but ChildGod was an exception. This is for 2 reasons 1) i am a commoner myself 2) i see god in my child too I was relating to Raghav throughout though there is nothing in common between us other than my fucked up professional career and my fucked up logics to lead simple life… no yoga, no elder brother who is rich and famous but yes i do want to pen a book on certain subjects… I made my 7th grade student to read a certain portion of

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Pranav Tekale

 

Child/God – your second novel is exceptional in it’s own way Ketan. Any new novel which I pick from the book store doesn’t take me more than 4 days to complete, don’t take it the other way but for some strange reason my mind made me read it steadily and at a pace where I could absorb the content written on every page(yes I tried to read something more than once if something did not register in my mind).Initial chapters of the book made it difficult for me to believe that it is a fiction and not a real life

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Shravasti Ingle

 

Just Finished ‪Child/God Thank you Ketan sir for such a good book. The characters have so many layers. Each with a unique essence which keeps the reader hooked to the very end. Most importantly it makes one retrospect their own perspective towards their fast-paced materialistic life…..

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Purnima Maurya

 

Here comes my review for your book. It’s such an emotional, uplifting book Mr. K. Bhagat has shown such an impressive bond of relationships especially the two brothers Raghav and Rishi as every topper is not an intelligent and every intelligent is not topper the story revolves around these two brothers and their journey thankyou Leela for being patient enough to tolerate Ragahav’s ignorance, his anger and his misbehaviour it was you the most strongest character who was always hoping for the best situation… and finally our lovely Ish who came and the world started changing… Everything started coming out

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Manoj, Chandigarh

 

..well honestly enough I really didn’t know u until I attended ur lecture today at the Tagore theatre n I wanted to just thank u for such an out of the world talk..I mean ur lecture was something very unusual…students my age always get lectures on taking life seriously n working hard in life n all sort of that heavy stuff, but ur lecture just told us the right way to approach life n was seriously a sigh of relief for us all…it was seriously fun listening to u n u are truely a source of inspiration for us.. I

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Siddharth, Saasforce Consulting, Noida

 

At the time you visited us, I was not sure that I would read the book but eventually I did, can you beat this that I was in the middle of “The Oath of the Vayuputras” – kept it on hold when I started reading Complete/ Convenient and somehow couldn’t switch back… I have completed your novel today and Hats Off to you man.. just loved it – be it the characters/ situations or the Climax – A Master stroke!!! Eagerly waiting to read the next one from you.. God Bless!