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Come- Travel With me is a memoir. Author is seeking to get readers to wander with him. This book delivers ten chapters. Ten droplets display that.
Each droplet will lift you to flourish in the upbringing author encountered. Frist writing experience he had is dreadful. That could have wiped out his desire to pen a book. He hated books a lot. But he conquers that. How he man
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Published June 6th 2018
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Lauren
I really enjoyed reading the many short stories in this book. The stories told of the author's unique experiences as a child and young adult. While the stories themselves are very interesting, the book is in need of a lot of editing. ...more
Analiza
Jul 25, 2018 rated it really liked it
Really Loved it. Great book to read. Loved Ajay's story especially the one when he had to go to hotel management college. I am also surprised to see how students go through their time when they are at school days. Glad that I did not go where Ajay had to. Interesting angle he described. I loved it. Enjoy. ...more
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A personal memoir that starts out declaring how he hates books and has all his life. Could have used a good edit.
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Ajay Nair was brought up in a middle-class South Indian family. Pressure from society and his parents to excel initially caused him to hate school and books. Upon learning the high rate of suicide among students in India, Ajay was compelled to write his first book, Droplets, a brief memoir intended to help Indian society understand how bad the pressure is for students.
Nalinavilasom Bhavaniamma, Aj
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