THE BIG PICTURE
Remesh

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Synopsis

Madhav leads an ordinary life with his small family in the heart of the city of Kochi. He is happy amidst a loving wife, a healthy son and a proud mother. But a sudden attack of insomnia has left him bewildered. He is hiding that secret from his loved ones and at the same time is searching for answers and reasons. He is ravaged by a lot of questions about everything that surrounds him and life altogether. Things get worse, as he is transferred to another state. He has to leave his family for a month or more. That mundane journey to a new place inadvertently transcends into an extraordinary adventure to find out all the answers and solutions.

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Sanjana Shelar

The three chapters that I have read so far make me dislike both the protagonist and the story. I assume, however, that this is your aim as the author, and that further chapters will trace his evolution. The notice of his imminent trip to Gujarat makes me want to read more. I do not know if this will interfere with the development of your story, but is there some way you can make the first few chapters not entirely without hope for your protagonist? Reading them becomes quite monotonous without any changes in mood or thought processes.

Jan 03 '16
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Geetha Krishnan

A very well written story. Language is good and the words flow smoothly. Definitely worth reading

Dec 04 '15
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Aryn

I wish this book had been around when I was a kid, my mom could've read it to me and I would've fallen asleep in the first 2 paragraphs..after drinking 5 cups of coffee.

Nov 21 '15
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Anish Patilkar

Oct 23 '15
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Manoj Unnikrishnan

I don't know what's troubling Madhav, but it is certainly something mysterious. I have worked in a call centre and could easily relate to that part of the story. There is a smooth flow of realism which was good.

Jul 21 '15
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Remesh

Are you from Kerala? Thanks anyway.....

Jul 23 '15
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Ashutosh Sharma

I felt the insomniac struggling through day to day life. These pages are not enough to judge further. Good luck anyway.

Jul 21 '15
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Suhail Abbas

There is a good flow in which the story unfolds. Kudos!

Jul 21 '15
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Deepak Kaul

Definitely a better effort than the author's previous work. The content and execution is more interesting and structured. However, the writing and grammer at times is stilted and basic.

Jul 18 '15
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