..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
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!
Have been reading Complete/ Convenient..! Can’t seem to put it down. Almost feel like the characters are real in my head!
I am not a frequent reader of books was just browsing internet so read review which urged me to buy and read the book . Once I started reading this book it took me 7 hours to complete and my eyes dint move from my I phone while reading . I was so involved in the book it didn’t feel boring not even for a second . The book is complete entertainer with humour, emotions, family drama, friendship and love. “Sir you have so beautifully and naturally connected to the heart of each NRI who is away from india. Sir
It is a story of everybody who has been to abroad some time or other. It is a story of me in pretty much similar circumstance while I (with wife and two small kids) was in Toronto for three years from 2007-2010. And a what a coincidence that I will be again travelling to Sydney for three years (With no planning to settling down there) whatever remotest of chances I had before reading your work has already been vanished. Thank you for familiarizing me with Sydney. I am going, to come back……
A Complete story, describe in a Convenient way – this would be the best tagline for your work. Unlike the Aussies, who likes to make things complicated, I think you like to make things straight, clear and transparent. The fresh narrating style of yours glued me in the book till I turn the last page. I have never been to Australia or neither have any interest to see pictures of Australia in the internet. But you make Australia visible for me. I can see and feel the paths of Australia through Kabirs eyes. Wonderful characters. After reading first two page