First review of my book


As a reader I was quite impressed by the beginning “prologue”. A completely different start for a book which will give you few thoughts, lot of positive thinking and once you complete reading you will be thrilled and relaxed.

A young man Jesse author of three books having high aims and would like to be the best writer in the world, eagerly waiting for the release of a new book about the prime minister of India who changed complete vision about India and going to get the Noble prize for peace. The book about the prime Minister is written by Mr.Rakesh who has penned down not less than 30 books as of now. Jesse flips thru the pages to find out the life of the Prime Minister who has sacrificed his life for the improvement of a country. The prime ministers strategy was completely different from others to say the least “A new innovative India”.

The author ( Rakesh ) meets the prime Minister ( Vijay) when he was thirteen years old thru a cricket match. Rakesh was impressed by patience and different approach – about the game of Vijay. Vijay is having no interest in cricket and always let others play the game. His moto in playing cricket is to get satisfaction himself.

Rakesh and Vijay studies in the same school were Vijay’s girlfriend Priya who is a topper in the class. Rakesh is bonding a friendship with Vijay.Vijay’s mother is having great respect in their neighborhood. Vijays father a great follower of Gandhi ( Amok) works as a Govt. servant. Amok a social worker runs a charitable education institution.
Vijay loves reading and Rakesh gave a book about Gandhi. After reading the book Vijay is completely changed about his vision and started few initiatives in the school and surroundings by cleaning, placing dust bins etc.

Vijay never scared or care about the exams and low marks. As per Vijay the knowledge you get thru the education is must not marks.

The author is portraying Vijay as a completely different person as one day the teachers question about the idols was answered differently by Vijay. As per Vijay his idol is the milk man, newspaper vendor. This shows the different version of Vijay about life.

Vijay and Priya love continues and both their parents are accepting their relationship.

Vijay is having a different level of approach on exams and results. Thru Vijay authors are giving different level of thinking on university degrees, question papers and ranks. A quote is saying “dream big, work for it and try to fulfill your dream”. Here the authors are signaling a next level thinking one step ahead. “We have to focus our goal and try to achieve the same”. Here the thinking and look out thru the book is entirely different. The authors mentioned focus to achieve your goal and this will be achieved thru practice. Individual identity is a must. People should identify you thru your personality and not thru any brand of dress you wear.

Thru a discussion between Priya and Vijay the author is mentioning every politician is not corrupted. If we wanted to change the system we have to change our selves.

One incident on a fateful day changes priya and Vijay’s life. Rest of the story is suspense.

The writing style is perfect in this book except in some places it lags and tends to get jerky. The author hasn’t hesitated to expose our country’s system and corruption within government officials. The tenacity of the characters is admirable. This book is a thoroughly engaging work and an absolute page turner. This book is self-contained and teaches us about a thing or two about our countries rules and regulations.

This book is a tale of love and romance and serious look out for the future by young generation, their taste and ambition to lead a healthy life. Really worth to read and value for money. I surely recommend this book for the young generation. The characters in the book are near to the realistic.
‘The revenge of Gandhi’s follower’ is now available Amazon. In

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