Realization, Enroute
Tushant Juneja

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Throughout our lives, we strive to find meaning in our existence. Raghav, like most of us, tries to find it in the people around him. As he is faced by a decision that could potentially change his life, he realizes that this decision - something that requires the help of his two best friends- will have to be a collective one. Follow these three friends, as they set out on a spontaneous journey, from a room in a Hostel in Kota, to the Mountains in Parvati Valley. Travel along and meet an armchair philosopher, an avid newspaper reader, a decent hotel manager and other such animated characters they come across. Will their destination accept them as they are? Or will they, as parts of an inseparable trio, have to change as individual people?

The road is the best place to know thy-self. Travelling is the best form of retrospection. Come along in this journey of self-realization. Realization, Enroute.

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Anjushri Baldev

Jun 21 '16
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Suyash Prakash

Hi, Thumbs UP!
Although this isn't a story that can do well in Paperback, but I'd say I enjoyed the three chapters all while reading it.
The lines, we should never run from who we are, and every step forward and backward, should be in this very direction... Believe me, this quote made my day.

May 15 '16
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Divya Jain

The language is good. Concept wise also good. But it confused some places. Overall the good one.

Jan 16 '16
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Chandan Arora

Writing feels fresh. Interesting start. Story seems promising, would like to read further.

Jan 05 '16
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Abhimanyu Gupta

The first three chapters are very promising in terms of the writing, however i think the story could have been paced a little better to ensure that the reader really wants to know what happens after every chapter. Good writing and best of luck. I hope this gets published.

Jan 04 '16
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Kalyani

Language wise, the flow is quite nice, though elements such as punctuation and choice of words / phrases needs some work. But overall … I think you definitely can write!

However, the blurb didn’t really catch my interest and sorry to say, neither did the sample chapters … I was simply unable to get involved with the protagonists and their lives.

Also, the main character seems to be a teenager who has figured out quite a bit already – the thing about life dragging a person along and so on. I wonder why such a teen needs “realization” :)

Jan 03 '16
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Tushant Juneja

Thank you for the constructive criticism. It'll help me write better in the future. :)

Jan 03 '16
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Radhika Sharma

Jan 02 '16
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Radhika Sharma

You write very gracefully. Loved the chapters and the humour is pitched well. As the theme revolves around travelling it makes the story even more intriguing. Would love to read it further.

Jan 02 '16
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Geetha Krishnan

The writing style is good and the chapters are paced well. Grammatical errors should be taken care of. But over all, I did not feel a compelling need to find out what happens next. It is a very light read and I could not relate it with the synopsis.

Jan 02 '16
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Geetha Krishnan

Three chapters are not enough, especially for the kind of book you are trying to write. Because it is a journey of self realizatiin, some build up should be there to the characters and their background info. So by the time the story starts, the three chapters are almost over. However, your style is good and I feel once the story gets going, it will be a captivating read. All the best. :)

Jan 03 '16
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Tushant Juneja

Thank you for the review Ma'am. I sometimes feel 3 chapters aren't really enough to showcase what the story is about, Anyway, I'll try and be better on the next one. :)

Jan 02 '16
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Simran Malhotra

I quite liked the writing. It's peppy and fresh. I think i'll need to read further to objectively rate the story, but it's a very good first attempt from a young author. I'd definitely like to read further and immerse myself in the story.

Jan 02 '16
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Tushant Juneja

Thank you for the kind words. They'll go a long way in encouraging me to write better in the future. :)

Jan 02 '16
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Deepak Kaul

Nice cover, the writing style is good, but the story seems stilted and draggy. There are better ways to describe a sky than 'well lit'. Rooms are well lit. That's in the first sentence of the book. Then there was a para at the start of Chap 1 which was as long as a page.

Jan 02 '16
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Tushant Juneja

Thank you for the constructive criticism. I hope it will help me write better in the future :)

Jan 02 '16
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About the author

Tushant Juneja Follow

The ordinary life I live disrespects the extraordinary world i live in. Mostly, i write like a potato, but sometimes, very rarely, my fingers fall on the right buttons and I end up describing this extraordinary world in ordinary, yet beautiful words.