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Simranjeet singh

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One of the best Mystery-Thriller Novels of recent times.

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4 out of 5 stars
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4 out of 5 stars
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4 out of 5 stars

Reviewed: 19-11-19

Really a delightful read if you are a fan of thriller-mysteries which do not let you guess the end of the plot then this is a must read. Further I loved the fact that this novel is the way novels are meant to be, one book one story. Unlike some money crazed writers which split the story over a series of books essentially taking away the joy of reading. These are books not the daily soaps of Ekta kapoor. All in all good language and a good story telling brings the characters to life.

A fantastical Story...how true, judge for yourself!

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4 out of 5 stars
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4 out of 5 stars
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4 out of 5 stars

Reviewed: 01-10-19

It’s a must read book even if you are a non believer, read it as a fiction. For my belief I would say that what Mr. M is the truth not because I believe it but because he believes it, he has experience it. Whether he physically experienced it all or certain experiences were delivered to his minds eye is debatable(chapter 40 hints at minds eye). Adding to the authenticity of the account is his repeated saying that people won’t believe it but writes it anyway even at the risk of being called a man of unsound mind. Though I have met people of greater spiritual inclination than me who said that spirituality flows beyond the borders of religion unhindered.
I liked that the book talks about the dangers of following the fake gurus and saints.
Very exhaustive book on journey undertaken by an aspiring yogi and what he experienced.

A Trip Down The Memory Lane...

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5 out of 5 stars
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5 out of 5 stars

Reviewed: 12-09-19

It’s a must read / listen for every one, if you ever wondered if army officers tell only the war stories then you will be pleasantly surprised that such are the stories they share . If you come from a family where your father, brother or husband have served or are serving in The Indian Army you will immediately connect with the story. My father served in the army and passed away few years back, I dearly missed his funny, hilarious stories from his training days. From the way his eyes lit up when narrating his experiences, one could judge that they were the best days of his life. Few chapters really made me teary eyed with some stories coming so close to the stories my father told me. Specially chapter 13.
Miss you Dad

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Avoid this book!

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2 out of 5 stars
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3 out of 5 stars
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1 out of 5 stars

Reviewed: 27-08-19

It’s just a book which motivates you to do Sadhna. No real information is given. Just telling me that it’s colour or what it’s called doesn’t help. It’s just jargon . Avoid.