THE DARK PERSPECTIVE
Remesh

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Synopsis

This is the story of a recluse named Shatru who lives on the first floor of a rented house in the centre of the city. He has a faulty coping mechanism and is a stranger to everyone who knows him and sometimes to himself. His heroes are existentialist philosophers like Nietzsche, Camus, Sartre, Dostoevsky etc. He is finding it hard to live within the Indian society and makes fun of it and the people living inside it too often. Apart from his philosophical thoughts, books and music he finds the life that he lives to be too boring and dull. When he meets ‘the cat-eyed girl’ who has newly joined the office, his life turns around like he had never imagined.

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Geetha Krishnan

Very well written book. I like the premise, the style, the humour, the whole thing. A big thumbs up

Dec 07 '15
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Ashutosh Sharma

Shatru is unbelievably serious and his seriousness is downright funny. A lot of people will get offended if this gets published. LOLZ

Jul 21 '15
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Deepak Kaul

Sometimes when I read the book, and then see the ratings below, I wonder whether I am reading the same book. This just seems to be the ramblings of a existential junkie who hates his job.

Mar 07 '15
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Remesh

Can you say a few words about it? It will help me as a writer to improve.

Jul 14 '15
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pandustar

It is very difficult to convey humor, because humor is something which is much more funnier when seen than read. However you have done a fabulous job, at least with the first three chapters. Hope the good work continues through the book.
One word of advise - get rid of the sentences within the brackets and put them into a proper sentence.
Good Luck.

Feb 04 '15
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Remesh

Thank you Mr. Pandustar for that lovely review. I am uploading two more books soon. Please check them out too.

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Suhas Kothari

We all can relate to the protagonist. Sarcastic, depressed, darkly humorous - all such qualities men do possess at such a stage of life. This has been written well no doubt.

There were few grammatical errors. The story had become dull and boring after a while. I mean, the character's sarcasm is novel in the beginning, but it becomes predictable.

Once the novelty of the character faded away, my attention moved to the story. Based on the prologue, it will take a spin when a girl enters. A male chauvinist and yet the girl shall love him, is what I'm guessing. Also the references to philosophers like Nietzsche, Dostoevsky in the story was appreciable.

All said and done, I am curious about the further story to unfold. Best wishes to the author. The writing style is laid back and interesting.

Jan 10 '15
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Jiya Alex

HAHA!! good one.....

Dec 31 '14
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sasi ramaswami

This is one of the weirdest book I have ever read. I know a person who is a lot like this protagonist.

Dec 29 '14
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mahesh

This book is funny as hell....eager to read the full story

Dec 18 '14
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prakash TS

I laughed out a few times...good work....

Dec 18 '14
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Rajshree Chauhan

Quite different, interesting and real. This is how we feel deep down and this is how we try to cope up with the world. I could relate with the proganist. The writing style of the author is witty, real and insultingly real. Would definately like to read more of it.

Dec 17 '14
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Rajshree Chauhan

Protagonist*

Dec 17 '14
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thanveer

Dude!!!!!!!!!!!

Dec 16 '14
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Mahrukh Chikliwala

weird and wow! what guts to pen the stuff Remesh writes. it's funny, honest, may offend many....especially the ladies... but that's his perspective. Read it or leave it and i am curious as to who is rattling the cynical protagonist.

Nov 09 '14
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Jyothi S.D

Interesting read.

Nov 01 '14
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Sachin Malik

Simple but an interesting style of writing. The story creates a grip nicely.

Oct 08 '14
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Hetika Sanghani

i feel this book has such writing that some people will love it and some will hate....but what is the striking feature of the author is his fearlessness to write something out of the box...nt the story but the way it is written shows that the author is bold and doesnt get scared before trying something new...1st chapter is very interesting...second gets a little slow and it again picks towards the end...requires editing some places...but i just loved the feel of the book..some places it does get a little harsh towards females but thats what I loved about the author that he has fearlessly written his point of view...waiting to read further on...Good job...

Sep 24 '14
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Remesh

Spot On!! And Thank You.............

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Gangadhar K

Absolutely hilarious!!!!

Sep 19 '14
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Niyati Shinde

Dreamy prose. Writing style reminds me of 'Midnight Sun' (unpublished, initial manuscript of Twilight,Stephenie Meyer). And could completely relate to the protagonist when he is telling about his office! :-D

Sep 19 '14
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Nitin Bhandari

Somehow not able to like the narrative style at all.Dint find interesting enough to read beyond chapter 1.Sorry Remesh..

Sep 19 '14
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Oshin Gulsia

interesting plot

Sep 18 '14
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