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The Wednesday Soul: The Afterlife With Sunglasses

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Nyra Dubey is dead.

Run over by a bus, she lies on a grey road, fuming inside, like the noxious fumes outside. The infamous vigilante The Delhi Belle reduced to an accident statistic? Surely, this was not her fate.

A fortnight ago, she would have not only settled for, but embraced a violent death. Today, death is a colossal inconvenience, holding her back from enjoying her n
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Paperback, 226 pages
Published December 2011 by Westland
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Arpita Sinha
Jan 16, 2016 Arpita Sinha rated it it was amazing
Have a little laugh over the most imaginative afterlife. The extremely exciting journey of the souls leaves you wanting to know more.
I hated the fact that the book finished so soon. I wanted to know more.
It's a book you can enjoy if you know what's gonna happen when you die, because the complete opposite would.
It was a lot of fun reading it!
Chador
Sep 06, 2015 Chador rated it really liked it
Only Sorabh Pant could have conjured up Death, a grim subject in such a hilarious way. Surely heights of imaginations soaring so sky high.
When life gets too drab and routine, this is the book to read to bring in the power of imagination to add colors and yea! Don't forget to wear your sunglasses!
Siddhartha
Jun 30, 2015 Siddhartha rated it liked it
The language is pretty simple and the story did bring some smiles. Between so much serious stuff this is a breeze
Nigel
Oct 19, 2015 Nigel rated it it was ok
Even a decentish ending couldn't rescure this one. Didn't expect Sorabh Pant to be trying so freaking hard.
Total waste of time, this one is.
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A nice book with a lot of imagination in it.... Even afterlife is not simple :)
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Sorabh Pant is, "One of India's top comedians", (Times of India, Deccan Chronicle, Hindustan Times). He's also an author and 'Under Delhi', his second novel is about a girl in Delhi fighting rapists. It's angry, funny and is a testament to his love for Indian women.

It opened to many happy reviews. "Rapping the rapists. Angry, dark and funny." - The Bangalore Mirror, "Inherently funny... (without)
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