Return to Book Page. Preview — Chasing Illusions by Utakarsh Jayant. The book is the story of an honest, but befuddled young man's growth in the hazy real-estate sector of Delhi. Set against the backdrop of the rapidly changing social and economic scenario in villages of the National Capital Region during the early 's. It relates about his struggle under the omnipresent shadow of corruption, deceit, and swindling at various levels of pol The book is the story of an honest, but befuddled young man's growth in the hazy real-estate sector of Delhi.
It relates about his struggle under the omnipresent shadow of corruption, deceit, and swindling at various levels of politics and society in developing India. It speaks of his ultimate metamorphosis into an unscrupulous, cheating, and bullying goon, blind to right or wrong. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
Thanks for telling us about the problem. Write a customer review. Then in the race of being ahead, Ajay with his friend Chhotu comes out to earn money. Does his family face any sort of financial and emotional hurdles? It is a twisted tale of struggles, avarice, deception, family and relationships. Mayar Magdi marked it as to-read Jul 16,
To ask other readers questions about Chasing Illusions , please sign up. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Frog Books, Imprint of leadstart publishing Genre: He is much confuse about his doing and not sure what to do to have better future. He loves Vidhi since childhood, she lives next to him. Then in the race of being ahead, Ajay with his friend Chhotu comes out to earn money.
He tries all good Review Point: He tries all good and bad ways to follow his dream. Soon in the company of politicians, he enters in the business of real-estate. Here following adversities, he becomes culprit by collapsing lands of farmers. With his unending desires and hunger of money, he keeps going ahead with the layer of corruption and power. What is his actual dream?
Will he come back from that world of sin? Will Vidhi be with him? Will politicians ditch him? How will he face farmers further? To know more, go through the Chasing Illusion. Strength of the Book Book is narrated in such a beautiful manner that each and every bite of the scenario is described properly. Nothing seems imaginary there. Writer has maintained a flow of the book throughout the narration. Proper separation is done to distinguish stories running together with the major one. Centralised character is perfectly depicted with action, emotions and behaviours.
Very simple language is used which makes readers go through in flow. Place and incidences description is done very well. Besides, dialogs are also written properly to maintain the consistency of entertainment. Digging real facts of real-estate world, this book gives light on the conditions of poor and farmers who are being looted by powerful persons. Ending given to the book is impressive and leaves happiness over readers' face.
Weakness of the Book Book lacks interest. Theme chosen is perfect but plot doesnt do justification with it. Dialog writing is not that much impressive. Very pity thing for a reader is when the very first page of book contains grammatical error and it is one of them, errors continue in much of pages. Blurb is not impressive. Cover page also leaves a negative impact. Character justification is not done properly. Also, chemistry between Vidhi and Ajay lacks attention of readers.
Conclusion Author Utakarsh Jayant has put his best efforts to make this book impressive and somehow he has been successful in it. At present, Indian farmers are really facing bad days and losing their lands, this fact is well clicked in this book.
Author has done great job and studied well. Blurb is the naive form of any book, if it is not well, it will not grow.
Chasing illusions Lyrics: Days like this it's hard / To find a way out, feel so / Days like this it's hard / To find a way out, feel so / Afraid, better stay in bed / Divising a . Chasing Illusions has 16 ratings and 11 reviews. Kamal said: Review Point: 3 out of 5Author: Utakarsh JayantPublisher: Frog Books, Imprint of leadstart.
Blurb is not grasping. The way author has made fiction seeming real is amazing. Well-set platform and proper dialog writing give it strength. As a debut work, Utakarsh has proved his capability to stand alone uniquely with claps of admiration. Oct 26, Mani Khanna rated it liked it.
Ajay lives with his father and mother in a small town of Bagbola. After working sometime with his, Ajay finds interest in this field but soon got to know that Ramu Kaka was indulged in fraudulent activities. Related Video Shorts 0 Upload your video. Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1. Product details Original Release Date: December 16, Release Date: December 16, Label: Customer reviews There are no customer reviews yet.
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Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — Chasing Illusions by Trish Lamoree. Sam Klinkenberg Cover Design. A lone crow takes a winding journey in search of the legendary Howard Christy Crow. From adolescent angst to a fragile acceptance of reality, she spends years in the enchanted lands growing u A lone crow takes a winding journey in search of the legendary Howard Christy Crow.
From adolescent angst to a fragile acceptance of reality, she spends years in the enchanted lands growing up, but those years of experience are only months of dreams in the real world.
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This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Fables form our minds into looking at things from another perspective. May 26, Diane Pollock rated it really liked it. A clever crow, a string of fables The author has a real way with creating fascinating mini-tales that help explore deep philosophical questions.