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When a twenty something guy, Varun failed to find happiness in job and in entrepreneurship discovers a less travelled road to find his passion. A yelling mother with high hopes and a rebuking father hold him responsible for his inability to distinguish between a mere fantasy and passion and force him to join the rat race. He tried to find happiness in the smiles of orphan and abandoned who have surviving parents and tries to reunite them. He unveils the dark side of orphanages and sexual abuse. They say its all Karma and it plays pretty nasty games and unfolds new story every day. If one day he is behind the bars the other day he is seems questioning himself about his passion and ambitions. Will he be able to survive in the politicized society? Will his psychologist girlfriend or his uncle rescue him? Will he be able to find his own way to happiness and passion?
About the Author
Soumya Khamari is from Odisha, an MBA and passionate about writing. He held few failed jobs and co- founded an e-commerce company, valscart.com. An avid reader, speaker and entrepreneur. He�s working on his second novel.
Ratings and Reviews
4 Ratings &
Exceptional, gripping and full of humour.
The things u do while procrastinating is d thing u should for life time. the boo justified its saying. humorous writing, how a man go through his life, trying to find passion, not allowing others to degrade his values and aim. this book couldnt have been written any better. exceptioanl for a debut writer. worth reading to learn how to find passion and live happily. it explains rules for success and to avoid kiiling our worthy time.
Exceptional. Have not read a book of this genre since long. Gripping and lots of humour.
Its actually good to see indian writers are focusing on this genre. well written and full of humour. worth reading as the book describes many tricks to achieve success. It enables us to recognize our passion. it also speaks about procrastination which kills our worthy time. Varun, protagonist of the book is as real as any of us, leaving a simple yet interesting life. his life sucks, as many of us, as he tries to find his passion. And, when he tried to do a job which seems unrealistic to many ...