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|Publisher||Finger Print Publication|
|Number of Pages||356 Pages|
|Publication Year||2014 December|
The kind of book which you will read and it will come back to haunt you one way or the other. 'Losing my Religion' is about all the things we aspire to do but do not, and when life gives us a chance at it, then we must just seize the day, so to say. The book is about second chances, it is about Rish...View More
The kind of book which you will read and it will come back to haunt you one way or the other. 'Losing my Religion' is about all the things we aspire to do but do not, and when life gives us a chance at it, then we must just seize the day, so to say. The book is about second chances, it is about Rishi and Kyra and how they understand each other and sometimes do not. It is about life, love and everything else in between. A book you should read, learn from and then head out and live your dreams.
|Authored By||Vishwas Mudagal|
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Entrepreneurship is its central theme!
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A wild ride!
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Jun 5, 2016
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Jun 3, 2016
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Mar 24, 2014
Amazing story. :)Vishwas Mudagal, is a serial entrepreneur and a CEO. His passion is writing and this is his first novel. He dedicates this novel to entrepreneurs, whom he calls 'beasts'. This book was published by FingerPrint, in 2014. This story is about a young entrepreneur and devoted gamer, Rishi Rai, who's life, which was once successful, crumbles into pieces right before his eyes. One day, when he's down in the dumps, he meets an unpredictable and crazy hipster, Alex, who changes the way Rishi sees life. He travels across India along with Alex with no plans and no obligations. From the snowy peaks of t… (Expand)
Mar 14, 2014
Riveting, captivating and a complete entertainer !!After a long time i came across a book that i could not keep down till i reached the end ! For starters it has an amazing story, an unpredictable end, an ultimate climax and a fresh plot ! You can instantly connect to the characters and you know how Rishi must be feeling when he says that he is losing his religion because we all have been there at some point in our lives.... a few pages down the book you wish you had a friend like Alex and reading the Malana episodes you know its the next destination you want to go to ! Vishwas Mudgal does a great job in keeping the reader excited and gripped … (Expand)
Feb 27, 2014
Nail biting fast movingyou just can't put the book down with out completing it, it has just so many twists and turns and one of the best debut novels I would say, though the plot looks a bit unrealistic in a general sense you would feel that all that would make sense, in a raw sense it depicts a real scenario and the way to look at the life in a lighter sense, at the same time valuing the human relations, though the language is a bit MODERN I would say, it's still okay in the sense the book is written. I has an air of freshness and off the beat plot, changes your view about the junkies and the happening of love betw… (Expand)
Feb 20, 2014
GoodLosing My Religion is interesting and addictive. Character delineation is pretty good and direct. The characters are three dimensional. Relationship with various elements in the book is handled decently. The theme is traditional and the author has kept it real.
Feb 20, 2014
Losing My Religion is absolutely a great book filled with adventure and romanceLosing My Religion is absolutely a great book filled with adventure and romance. And entrepreneurship. I never thought business could be so much of fun. I am very impressed with the way the author has introduced the various elements in it. This book has entrepreneurship, romance, friendship, success, failure. I loved reading the adventures that Rishi and Alex have and the love story of Kyra and Rishi. I am reading it again
Feb 20, 2014
Losing My Religion!When I heard the title ‘Losing My Religion’ for the first time I thought the book might be about Indian caste rituals etc. But I was wrong. When I began reading Losing My Religion it turned out to be nothing you’d expect it to be. It’s very catchy & interesting, something which I did not expect. Reading Losing My Religion is worth your time. I must say the author has done great job at his debut.
Feb 14, 2014
Awesome reviewsI have ordered a copy and I am eager to receive this book and read through. Knowing Vishwas for many years and I am sure this is going to be a good read. I read good reviews about the book from many reviewers. Also, this book will stand as a testimony for many young entrepreneurs.
Oct 15, 2014
It Let me Travel without moving my feet..!LMR is addictive. Tried reading lots of books since school days. None would turn over 5 pages or more. Never even managed to completely read academic books..) But LMR was something that i completed reading in 2 days time. I still can't believe I just did it. Great story line. Events of failure and rising over each to succeed. The book is so well writing I'm finding it too short. The best moments in reading LMR are when I come across something - a thought, a feeling, a way of looking at things - which you had thought special and particular to me. And now, here it is "LMR", set down by Vishwas,… (Expand)
Oct 9, 2014
Inspires me each time I readI purchased the book the day it was out in the market and have been waiting to write a review since the day i finished reading ( In a few hours that is ) and every time i plan to write a review I get a strange feeling that i should read it once more so i could be more expressive in the review,
Oct 8, 2014
religion error 404 not found :PCan't say its a classic, too filmy and perfect for my taste but definitely a fresh read, some parts are really entertaining..malana to gokarana to haridwar to usa, this book is quite a journey and ha ha title just sounds heavy but book is a pure Indian oxygen,it just does'nt end with #halfgirlfriend ..if vishwas could have cut down some filmy drama and stuck to some facts and the depth of the story without deviating from the plot,this book would have gone down as a classic,. vishwas mudagal's command over the language is worth a mention,it's really refreshing to read books written by Indian au… (Expand)