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Review as it appeared in The Hindu To read the full review, <Click here>

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Interview with The Bengal Post, April 18, 2012

Taking a flight of faith

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(page 20-21)

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On a mythical plane to self-realization: The Bengal Post Sunday, April 29, 2012, page 21

Source: The Bengal Post, http://115.248.217.9/Bengalpost/2012/apr/280412/280412.html

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Mountain Magic at Ladakh: Interview with The Bengal Post on April 28, Saturday, 2012
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Searching for the Sparrows within us! Review by Mohd Ujaley

Interview at Rediff

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Review in Businessworld

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Review as it appeared in The Free Press Journal. To read the full review, <Click here>

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Best book of the month at BooksnYou.

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Book review by Mohd Ujaley

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Review by Sakshi Nagpal

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Review as it appeared in Youth Express

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Interview as it appeared in Aaram Shop:

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Interview with Zee News:

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Bestseller at Alekip: http://www.alekip.com/

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As appeared in Sahara Times

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Ranked 22 among the ‘Best South Asian Fiction’ at Goodreads!
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http://www.goodreads.com/list/show/48.Best_South_Asian_Fiction

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The Hindu : FEATURES / METRO PLUS : printpick

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As appeared in the Sunday Pioneer

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As appeared in Youth Express

When I picked up The Quest of the Sparrows, I had been attracted by the description on its back cover. It addresses the questions that each one of us has pondered upon, at some point in our lives. Rarely do  books manage to address these questions without coming across as too preachy. However, this book not only stays clear of preaching but is fast paced with lots of action. Writers have answered these questions in unique yet very convincing manner. I am glad to say that the decision to buy this book was a good one. And as the layers of this book unraveled before me, I could see a lot of what I had been thinking about addressed here.

More>> http://theyouthexpress.com/the-quest-of-the-sparrows/

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As appeared in Book Reviews

Small, gregarious and with a carefree attitude, Sparrows have been my childhood friends during my visits at my Granny’s place. And, the authors have chosen a perfect living being to emulate the qualities.
Parthiban a young man, seeks out on a journey on foot, a quest to look within.
The lessons that one learns is through the protagonist’s experiences. It doesn’t preach you it allows you to be preached.
The book aims at the concept that life is to expand your horizon beyond the daily grueling experiences of survival. We can do much beyond what we do.
The book is written in a simple, clear language and thankfully, does not mendear too much beyond the subject.
During a time, when most of the people fall prey to the materialistic pursuits and are busy gorging on them instead of concentrating on the most important person – themselves, this book is a good read.
http://bookreviews.bookrack.in/2011/10/book-reviewquest-of-sparrows-by-kartik_17.html

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