The Retro Man

The Retro Man Taciturn loner and honestly quite a boreNeel lived with his clich d views of life belonging to some bygone era when humility was a virtue courage was unobtrusive strength was courteous and movie he

  • Title: The Retro Man
  • Author: AmitPandey
  • ISBN: 9781508402275
  • Page: 219
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Retro Man

    Taciturn, loner and honestly quite a boreNeel lived with his clich d views of life belonging to some bygone era when humility was a virtue, courage was unobtrusive, strength was courteous and movie heroes were well dressed gentlemen The habitually reticent Neel is maneuvered into sharing the secrets of his queer yet happy existence with a friend who happens to be an Taciturn, loner and honestly quite a boreNeel lived with his clich d views of life belonging to some bygone era when humility was a virtue, courage was unobtrusive, strength was courteous and movie heroes were well dressed gentlemen The habitually reticent Neel is maneuvered into sharing the secrets of his queer yet happy existence with a friend who happens to be an antithesis of Neel s idyllic views about life Although the man can t stand Neel s idealistic, old fashioned ways, he must bear with Neel s hackneyed wisdom for one whole night to fulfill a personal agenda The story unfolds in an ensuing dialogue that spans faith, destiny and most of all relationships within a family and with the Almighty Neel unravels how he eventually found his footing in life after a turbulent childhood and then used a shattering personal failure to turn all the negativity in his life into a mantra for lifelong happiness Tempted, Neel s friend can t wait to use that mantra to find some happiness for himself and soon finds an opportunity to do so but are the results up to his expectations

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    1. Sankalpita Singh

      As human beings we are inherently bound to have many flaws, while some of us accept and respect that, trying to change wherever possible, others try to be more accommodating, while the greatest amongst usRead the full review here - bookgeeks/entries/gener

    2. Anamika Ghosh

      I would recommend this book to all people who are married or about to get married. It is all about relationships, but the take on them is very unconventional. Very enjoyable read.

    3. Charu Maitra

      This is a book to read and silently brood over, feel the connects, and make some life changing decisions for the better. Recommended for everybody. A very-very honest book.

    4. Bharat Shekhar

      I read it with great interest. Well, I may not agree with some of its philosophical/existential premises, but it was written with marvelous clarity and ease of language and drew the reader into idiosyncratic world of the protagonist with great felicity and conviction.

    5. Anam Shaikh ⚯͛

      Narrated by an unnamed friend of the main protagonist, Neel, The Retro Man explores love, family, and relationships across all fronts, with yourself, with your immediate family, extended relations, humanity in general and with God. Set in contemporary times, in an unnamed city with the characters doing unnamed jobs, the focus is solely on the themes of the novel.Neel is always happy and has a relaxed attitude towards life which irks the narrator, his friend, who has totally opposite ideas on how [...]

    6. Abijeet Saran

      From a man to another man, I can relate to a lot of things discussed in this book. What I liked most is the honesty with which some of the delicate issues about family relationships have been dealt with. Very enjoyable.

    7. Doctor

      Talking about the man's role in everyday family life is a little interesting, considering the fact that it is the woman that reigns there. The book has been written in a dialogue format. But one sees it turns out to be ninety nine percent monologue, one percent dialogue. In fitness of things, in a Q-A dialogue the questioner occupies very little space. The weakness is inherent in the scheme itself. The protagonist continues to narrate his position to a very patient listener about his everyday co [...]

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