There's the cause – tribals fighting for their life, land and forest – and the fight for it and all that, but halfway through, I was beginning to feel a little reluctant to read fast because I wanted to stay with Korok just a bit longer. There's something beautiful about a kid who doesn't say much, can make himself happy and takes it as it comes. Must read for children who barely get out of their apartments and think life is all kek and chips. And must-read for adults who are still curating the world they want their kids to see. Thank you Siddhartha, for the calm and composed way in which you really stir things up!