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I felt lot of emptiness, there's no feeling of sentence completion. The flow isn't normal its like it goes a bit high and then a steep low and then back to boredom. The sentence formations haven't delighted me much. I felt the author added a touch of emotion and sentiment at the end to make a fool out of Indian's or anybody in order to at least sell his books in the market. This is what I honestly think! Sorry Sachin Jul 05, William Moses Jr. I've read his previous books and liked that he talked about his own life, or at least that's what I was lead to believe.

In his latest book, he continues the story from the end of his last book. It seemed alright for a time but I was turned off by a certain plot point. I mean, here's a guy who admits to cooking 20 pounds of meth. In a book about himself. Which will be read by many people. Including cops. Oct 29, Anmol Rawat rated it it was ok. I would have loved to give this a three star instead but the book kept on diverting from the title again and again. Attaining Inner peace does not mean destroying everything else. Drugs, drugs and drugs was all this was about. The story was too filmy to be believed.

I certainly did not hope this from Sachin Garg. The previous book 'Never Let Me Go' was an amazing read and I had so much expectations after reading the title. But the book did not offer any kind of satisfaction. I hope his next 'Rev I would have loved to give this a three star instead but the book kept on diverting from the title again and again. I hope his next 'Revolution' is good. Detailed Review Jan 30, Devan Harikumar rated it did not like it. It is because of crap like these, people hate Indian authors. The author is nothing more than a businessman.

A very weak story line with a very predictable ending enriched with masala that appeals to the Indian audience. Some of the scenes such as 'finding out the girl he is looking for is an author' and all are an insult to the collective conscience of the Indian audience.

He is kinda right.

Changed my life pre It is because of crap like these, people hate Indian authors. Changed my life pretty well. Not gonna read books that are randomly picked up. And oh, this is already pointed out - most of the scenes are a rip off from Breaking Bad. Jun 20, Aasita rated it it was amazing. I was very impressed to discover that not all college romances have to have a cheesy love story.

But this book really turns things around A much recommended book for everyone. Go fo I was very impressed to discover that not all college romances have to have a cheesy love story. Go for it!

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Oct 11, Devanathan Ramamurthy rated it it was ok. The author's confidence in picking a very strong plot and taking it along in a casual way instead of handling it very spiritually is much appreciated. However, the narration was a let down and could have been interesting.


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It makes you yawn manytimes because of the narration getting a bit sluggish. Few references mentioned were catchy especially Edward Norton's house in the movie Fight Club. No grip in the key characters. The three things the monk says were brilliant. Overall an OK kind. The draf The author's confidence in picking a very strong plot and taking it along in a casual way instead of handling it very spiritually is much appreciated. The draft could have been given one more proofread before publishing. Oct 12, Govind Rathi rated it did not like it.

The book doesn't seem to resonate with the title. It can't be stated clearly if the book is realistic or unrealistic fiction. Unrealistic seems reasonable though. Some incidents like Imran and Joseph being excited for Samar just don't make sense. The author should have worked more on building a background for Samar. Samar's Personality is still unclear. How can he drive a car if he works for 50rs.

This is even more badly written than Chetan Bhagat's Revolution Overall this is a was The book doesn't seem to resonate with the title. Overall this is a waste of time. Jun 24, Aruna Kumar Gadepalli rated it really liked it Shelves: indian-writers. Quick and easy read. Interesting subject storyline. What makes this book interesting is self-help related philosophy mixed with story, but the way the storyline is narrated. Those who read the earlier books of the author feel few incidents are repeated but the reader won't get bored.

I am reminded of the movie "Suraj ka sathwa Ghoda" where several frames are repeated without making the viewer bored with repetition. Those who like to read philosophy mixed story go for this. I am sure you will enjo Quick and easy read. I am sure you will enjoy this one. Feb 03, Divya rated it it was amazing Shelves: my-collection. I just took to the habit of becoming a regular reader and this book is the first that I decided to read. I am happy that I chose this book since it is simple to comprehend and yet has a very deep and inner meaning to it.

I love the style in which it has been writing and how each one of the characters in the novel seem to be someone with whom we can all connect so well. I would highly recommend this book!

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Sep 20, Thebookvamp rated it it was ok. Eye catching title and words of the back cover is totally misleading the readers. I gv 2 stars only cos atlest it is good enough to make me read till the end. Sep 10, Sanjeev Vadde rated it it was ok. Extremely predictable plot. No suspense. Unrealistic in some cases, for example, the place where Kanika would try to explain what happened with Roy and Samar would not let her explain. She could have dropped a freaking message!! One more is Vandana's fall-out with parents. There is no reason said clearly in why she did that!! Character build-up is ok, could have been better.

The narration was normal and nothing great. Jun 20, Ananttika Singh rated it it was amazing. Its not your regular cheesy romance book. There is a lot of gyaan by Swami ji, which will change your take in life. Its a reminder of our fast paced life and how fragile it is. Its a refreshing take on life, the characters swept me away into their world. Its a book that gives you a sense of calm and euphoria. Honest, refreshing and a mind changing book! Oct 05, Gautam rated it did not like it Shelves: fiction. Every time I try reading young Indian contemporary authors and they never fail to disappoint me, they are as stuffed they can be.

Nothing to enjoy and on top of that it's trying to give gyaan. Gyaan coming from an author who commits plagiarism - irony of ironies. Don't waste your time on this shit. Read the full review Aug 09, Prerna rated it did not like it. I actually picked it up with a lot of hope, but the saddest thing is that the book is copy of popular television show, Breaking Bad. Jun 30, Pooja Jeevagan rated it it was ok. He had surpassed Chetan Bhagat for me in his first two novels At its best, its another usual Indian author novel, where characters from the older book are picked All I am glad is, I didn't pre-order this book I am no longer waiting for the next in series to come Mar 25, Mansi rated it did not like it.

There are countless examples of lines thats are grammatically SO incorrect that they make no sense at all. I felt no connection what so ever to any character or the story itself. To add to that, the use of typical Indian English did not quite charm me. Other than that, the story line was engrossing enough, which, I think is the only reason I could finish reading it.

Nov 28, Soul longings rated it did not like it. Jul 09, Harinee rated it did not like it. This is the first book of Sachin Garg that I have read and it was an utter disappointment. It felt down right plagiarized - The story of Breaking Bad in a Indianized version. Not worth a read at all. Jun 14, Meghant Parmar rated it it was amazing. Review: It was worth the wait and excitement which one had to undergo for such a long time.

I ordered the book 3 months back and finally I was ecstatic when I received it at my doorstep. Sachin Garg has gone one step ahead with the book after writing 3 more novels and this is suppose to give u goosebumps. The title, the cover and the summary behind gives u an image of a spiritual type of journey but once u start reading, it's far beyond that. Its been woven very well around three people and thei Review: It was worth the wait and excitement which one had to undergo for such a long time.

Its been woven very well around three people and their struggle to attain peace in their lives. If u haven't read the previous novel "Never Let Me Go" kindly read it first before u start with this one because the Samar and Navya are the characters who reprise their roles from that novel. It runs lengths and breaths to teach u some philosophies of life in a very simple way. Of all the romantic stories which I have read in the recent past this is something out of the box. Emotions run high, peace is at stake and curiosity of what happens next makes it an interesting story.

I liked the novel. I liked the beautiful narration and I loved the way it has come out and taught some lessons to us which we tend to ignore in our so called busy lives. It's a typical grapevine book with everything on a high. Title misleading but prologue gives the clue Mr. Garg wrote the book not because he had a 'story' to tell.

Rather the 'story' is written with an 'agenda' in mind. Style of execution is similar to that of a scriptwriter in an advertising agency trying to sell a brand. Precisely the beginning and the end do give that kind of feeling. Though there are glimpses where the 'story-teller' within has beaten the scriptwriter. Possibly more effort could have b Title misleading but prologue gives the clue Mr. Possibly more effort could have blended the 'good' massage with the story which would have helped it spread better. Deserve a little less than okay 1.

By the way, on 'moral' part of the story sometimes in life we loose our 'inner peace' when faced with the dilemma of doing something which is legal but unethical and vice-versa. But the protagonist of the story is perfectly at 'peace' doing something illegal as-well-as unethical and not a bit repentance because the same is done to re-unite two estranged souls at the end!!!

Strange are the ways of life. My first assumption about the book was it would actually teach us a few lessons on gaining inner peace in this Abso-Bloody-lootely chaotic world. We have already embedded the suggestions about peace and life which the author shared in the book through movies, elders, friends and gossips. This is typical Indian English and nothing more fascinating about the literature.

I felt lot of emptiness, there's no feeling of sentence completion. The flow isn't normal its like it goes a bit high and then a steep low and then back to boredom. The sentence formations haven't delighted me much. I felt the author added a touch of emotion and sentiment at the end to make a fool out of Indian's or anybody in order to at least sell his books in the market. This is what I honestly think! Sorry Sachin Jul 05, William Moses Jr. I've read his previous books and liked that he talked about his own life, or at least that's what I was lead to believe. In his latest book, he continues the story from the end of his last book.

It seemed alright for a time but I was turned off by a certain plot point. I mean, here's a guy who admits to cooking 20 pounds of meth. In a book about himself. Which will be read by many people. Including cops. Oct 29, Anmol Rawat rated it it was ok. I would have loved to give this a three star instead but the book kept on diverting from the title again and again. Attaining Inner peace does not mean destroying everything else.

Drugs, drugs and drugs was all this was about. The story was too filmy to be believed. I certainly did not hope this from Sachin Garg. The previous book 'Never Let Me Go' was an amazing read and I had so much expectations after reading the title. But the book did not offer any kind of satisfaction. I hope his next 'Rev I would have loved to give this a three star instead but the book kept on diverting from the title again and again. I hope his next 'Revolution' is good. Detailed Review Jan 30, Devan Harikumar rated it did not like it. It is because of crap like these, people hate Indian authors.

The author is nothing more than a businessman. A very weak story line with a very predictable ending enriched with masala that appeals to the Indian audience. Some of the scenes such as 'finding out the girl he is looking for is an author' and all are an insult to the collective conscience of the Indian audience.

He is kinda right. Changed my life pre It is because of crap like these, people hate Indian authors. Changed my life pretty well. Not gonna read books that are randomly picked up. And oh, this is already pointed out - most of the scenes are a rip off from Breaking Bad.


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Jun 20, Aasita rated it it was amazing. I was very impressed to discover that not all college romances have to have a cheesy love story. But this book really turns things around A much recommended book for everyone.

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The author's confidence in picking a very strong plot and taking it along in a casual way instead of handling it very spiritually is much appreciated. However, the narration was a let down and could have been interesting. It makes you yawn manytimes because of the narration getting a bit sluggish. Few references mentioned were catchy especially Edward Norton's house in the movie Fight Club. There is also Vandana, who is looking for ultimate peace, but finds that destiny has planned something else for her.

Will these characters in the soul-stirring story find mysterious peace with strong help from Swamiji? Or will the readers capture it before Samar, Navya and Vandana? And, neither is it a spiritual or self-help book that gives readers tips on how to lead a peaceful life. Rather, the story of Samar and other common people conveys deeper, heart-warming wisdom. The book featured in the Hindustan Times Nielsen Bestseller lists and sold more than 40, copies in the first week of its release. Just like the Last one! In , Garg found his calling in the print media and started his own company, Grapevine India Publishers Pvt.

Spontaneous and real concern for the trubled souls!!! Certified Buyer , Jamshedpur. Explore Plus. Big Diwali Sale Starts in : 10 hrs : 48 mins : 02 secs. Biographies and Autobiographies. Come on Inner Peace! English, Paperback, Garg Sachin. Enter pincode. Usually delivered in days? Garg Sachin. RGBook 2. Summary Of The Book When he lost his beloved, Samar, the protagonist of this book, also lost his peace of mind. In addition to writing, Garg takes keen interest in travelling and strength training.

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