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Thursday, March 7, 2019

The Sameness in a Consistent Change by Sujay Malik

Title: The Sameness in a Consistent Change

Author: Sujay Malik

Publisher: Amazon Asia-Pacific Holdings Private Limited

Genre: Fiction 

Date:  2018

Price: INR 49 

Pages: 42

This is the story of a very simple man Ramanuj, of humble beginnings, living in a small village. His dreams like all beings from the same background are humble. He is an emotional person who thinks a lot. Then one day circumstances lead him to Mr. Shrirangpure, the wealthiest man in town and his daughter Pallavi. Their kindness makes him indebted to them, while he feels for Pallavi an emotion he hasn't known before. He wants to now go above his humble beginning to be the extra-ordinary. To know what happens next, read the book.

This book is about emotions and perceptions. How some perceptions can decide everything in a persons life and impact him till the end. The story by the writer is a brilliant attempt, especially considering the philosophical aspect of the story. However this is only a short book, which fail to do justice to a lot character development and the voice that Ramanuj's musings needed, before they were concluded. The book should be a full length novel, and if it was so, the writer's philosophical take on "perceptions" would have made it a masterpiece.
I hope he re-writes it like that.

RC Rating: 3/5. A light read that would make you think.

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