The Quest of the Sparrows Paperback – 1 Aug 2011
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SUNDAY PIONEER: "The book explores the higher meaning of life and is refreshingly approachable because it stays clear from being preachy, the handicap of most books on spirituality."
A Bestseller in Spiritual Fiction Category at Amazon India!
THE HINDU: The Quest of the Sparrows is about a small bird and big life lessons from a spiritual journey that takes off from the simple premise of living for today. This fast paced, action packed and simply written work of fiction inspires one to live each day joyously without worrying much about what the future holds.
About the Author
Kartik Sharma is an investment banker. He is an alumnus of IIT Delhi and IIM Ahmedabad. His ambition is to create change, to unlock the exceptional potential locked within each one of us and go for the next stage in evolution where it all starts making sense .Ravi Nirmal Sharma is an Associate Creative Director (concepts and copy) with a reputed multinational agency. Making sense about the business of living is his passion. He believes each one of us is born with a unique talent, which if actuated, contributes to evolution.
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When it comes to writing the book is extremely well written. The editing is clean and the pace keeps you hooked to the story. Lines like ‘Being spiritual doesn’t mean one has to be indifferent. Sometimes, controlled anger is necessary to check injustice,’ indeed do offer a new spiritual insight.
But the novel falls off-track with Sanjeev and Partibhan’s past, and our journey to Ganpatipule is abandoned midway. I believe the novel would have been class apart if the authors had chosen to stick to the Ganpatipule foot journey alone. Not doing so makes this novel just an average read.
I liked reading about the group’s journey even though it did seem a little unrealistic. Some of the philosophies of Guru Pratibhan didn’t make sense to me while some really appealed to me. I think I would have liked them more if they were written in a simpler way.
The book focuses on various things such as helping others, gratitude, meditation, selflessness, believing in the divine and focusing less on materialistic needs. It talks about religion and other gurus and also various questions that humans beings have regarding the universe.
The writing of this book is to-the-point and fast-paced. It is a quick read and really holds your attention throughout. The cover is also eye-catching, creative and very fitting. I especially liked the color.
This book could have been easily written as a self-help book but having been written as a novel makes it more fascinating. I enjoyed the plot but I just had a hard time believing it.
I haven’t read any book like this before and I’ll say I did take something from it. I will definitely recommend it to people who are looking for spiritual/self-development books and also for an engaging and unique read.
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