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Paperback, 273 pages
Published April 2010 by Tarini Publishing
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Jun 27, 2010 rated it liked it
Shelves: young-adults
With "Aniruddh's Dream", Deepak Dalal definitely has something new to offer the young adult reader. After an over-dose of Fantasy and Vampires with "Potter" & "Twilight", it is refreshing to read an adventure story involving real young people. Deepak is a good story teller who has also put in a whole lot of hard research into the writing of the book. This is most obvious from all the information about the Sahyadris and the history of Bombay that is beautifully used to unfold the story of Anirudd ...more
Vallabh D
Jul 18, 2020 rated it it was amazing
This book is an gem; for people keen about adventures it serves as a perfect tangent touching the circumference of curiosity filled with nature.
This book covers an entire area along the Sahyadri and old Mumbai, perfect for anyone.
It also has many imperfect characters, alongside the ones which we seem to know!
Had a perfect dream while reading.
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Oct 17, 2019 rated it it was amazing
The first novel I read which triggered the reader inside me. Loved the story and it is still one of my favourite books as it talks about Mumbai in the 19th century.
Dhiraj Vinzar
Oct 26, 2019 rated it liked it
Not like other books deepak dalal
Slow paced, confusing and interesting at some points.
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Deepak Dalal chucked up a career as a chemical engineer to write stories for children. He lives currently in Pune with his wife, two daughters and several dogs and cats. He enjoys wildlife, nature and the outdoors. The Sahyadri Hills of Pune are a short journey from his home. When not at his desk writing, he is either trekking their slopes or cycling their valleys.

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