I absolutely loved Chandru Bhojwani’s first book, The journey of Om. I literally read it walking around Hong Kong. I wasn’t the biggest fan of the ending but the book made up for it. So when I heard his second book was out, I had to get my hands on it. I bought it on Kindle and it only took me a few days to read it. Like his first book, it was a very easy read and extremely witty.
The first half had me laughing out loud throughout. To be honest though, I think you have to be a Sindhi or at least at an Indian to get just how funny it is. The second half of the book sort of falls into the “self help” genre. I felt like he was writing it for me. I guess the crux of a good book of that genre is for the reader to feel like it was written just for them. While still remaining very witty he was able to ask some of life’s big questions and delve into the realm of every emotion we go through when it comes to relationships. It is very honest while remaining light hearted. He uses song lyrics and great analogy’s to depict his thoughts.
If you want a witty, humorous and easy to read feel good book then this is the one for you. It’d also be great as a book group book as it provides lots of topics for discussion. I’ll definitely be recommending it to my book group next.