Though different from the author's previous books that were of the self-developmental genre, this one helps readers rediscover themselves just the same.
“Anyhow, 80% of the people can’t understand 90% of what I say. Who am I? What am I?”. The blurb had me intrigued with that one line. It efficiently hints at the mystery that wraps the novel and it's characters.
The plot deals with inner conflicts, relationship issues, complications, philosophies, emotional depth and insight with utmost subtlety. It only got more intriguing until the epilogue. Never tedious. It is an absorbing page-turner packed with satisfyingly well-defined characters, eccentrics, and believable circumstances.
This book, is more of a personal, intimate exploration of goodness and doing the right things at the right time.
I'd recommend it to be read by anyone who wants to read something different and unique.