Friday, November 26, 2010

Johnny Gone Down - Karan Bajaj





    Johnny Gone Down

                                      by

               Karan Bajaj








For those who love to read fiction, but mind it, I am not talking about fairy tale lovers, would definitely love to read it. Beautifully crafted and stitched with real world happenings, Karan has done a fantastic job.

Its story of life of Nikhil, an MIT graduate. How life turns upside down for him as he plans his vacation to Cambodia with his friend Sam. How he manages to escape from there the Khmer Rogue, peaceful monk life at the monastery, uncertain life as a Brazillian drug lord, to a multi-millionaire software developer and then back to what we consider a normal life. And certainly love does not misses to touch his life. A thoroughly complete journey of adventure, excitement, hope, love, fear, friendship and every other emotion you can think of, has been poured in. Interestingly the book manages to keep you glued to it from the first to last page.

At the end of the book, it might seem a little bit of unrealistic life one can have who has the best out of the worst fate in this universe, but none the less, reading it is very much enjoyable. Recommended.


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10 comments:

sayedkhadri said...

Nice Review.. I also wrote the review of this book, you can find it in my blog.
http://sayedkhadri.wordpress.com

Vishal Raj said...

I think you've done a nice work and done justice to how one should write reviews about book. I shall try to learn from you. Thanks for dropping in.

Alka Gurha said...

Will read.Great review!

Vishal Raj said...

@Alka ji: Do read it, its nice and entertaining. And has a lot to learn about life. Thanks for dropping in.

Ritz.. said...

Hmmm ... is it .... okk ... will try to get my hands on it :)

Vishal Raj said...

@Ritz: Definitely, if you like thriller ones.

Neeha said...

Will try surely,if its thriller ones..

Vishal Raj said...

@Neeha: Surely, do read it. Nice, adventurous so. You'll love it.

Purba said...

The title sounds interesting even if the premise of the story is too far fetched.

Vishal Raj said...

@Purba: The book is much more interesting than I could make it sound, over here. You'll definitely like it. Loads of fun, real fun. :-)

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