Manoj Jain has always been interested in human relationships and how they are affected by circumstances. He travels all over the globe, meeting new people and listening to interesting stories, which give him a deeper understanding of the way people think. His passion for writing combined with an education in psychology and a degree from IIM Ahmedabad, empowered him to turn author. Ramona being his fourth book and a sequel to the third titled Balraj, the previous two are The BNO: Sex, Life and Hookah and The THC, Under a Gibbous Moon.
The multi-talented Manoj runs a full-time business dealing in the exports of garments as well.
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Sitting on an armchair near the window, Ramona—separated, mother of a son and a cookery teacher—muses on the events that have happened in her life in the recent past. A letter from her husband, not even nearly justifying his mysterious disappearance, shocks her and topples her world upside down. Bombarded by a thousand questions, accusations, a tumult of emotions and confusion, she begins to untie the knots one at a time with help from her family. But what she wasn’t able to do over months, a stranger does within a matter of minutes.
Do you have the strength (or folly?) to give up everything in a quest to find happiness?
Inder, age 47, a family man and a successful financial consultant decides to walk away from everything he knows and loves.
He travels through the heart of India in search of himself, meeting new people, learning lessons and giving himself up to serendipity.
Balraj is thought-provoking, troubling and even uplifting at times.
Manoj Jain weaves a simple tale that
explores the evolution of a soul-searcher through the travels of a man on a
quest to find the answers he set out for. ...
“Now look at the person in the mirror and tell her that you love her.”
Sanjaneka stared and stared, unable to utter the simple words aloud.
Why is Sanjaneka unable to love herself? What past is she running away from?
How does an Uber ride help Samar to save his marriage?
Why does the dull moonlight of a gibbous moon trouble Varun so much?
Three lives. One Utopian centre.
The Total Holistic Centre (The THC) welcomes the broken and those looking for closure through its doors and works its magic to return them to the world fulfilled. This is the story of these three troubled souls who seek solace at the centre, indulge in its unusual treatment and find the cures to their ailments in surprising places.
A book on loss, longing and changing circumstances, The THC dives into uncomfortable topics that are usually swept under the rug: fragile relationships, deteriorating marriages, addictions, impotence, and the delicate bond between fathers and sons.
Welcome to the THC ...