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“Man is a travelling social animal.”
This book has three well-constructed finely crafted stories to offer, all set in Namma Madras which is represented as an enigmatic microcosm of today’s world. The design of this book is predicated on the truism that human progress is the intractable notion of moving forward.The protagonists of the three stories accordingly endure an existential soul-searching journey that is equally physical and metaphorical in
‘Regret is always tactless and irrefutable. After a productive day, we somehow seem to emphasize its negative connotations. One of the various reasons
behind such comportment is because we are forced to adapt a lifestyle that promises happiness to which self-loathing alone acts as its alibi. But happiness is a matter of perspective.’
The book starts off with a philosophical twist by incorporating regret, happiness, lif