Ever picked up a book with an absurd name and been skeptical to buy
it, well I guess this qualifies. Here is a short book for the amazingly fast
world we live in. If you never heard of a Potato talk about love or wanting to
overthrow a government, you are in for a surprise. ‘Potatoism’ promises a refreshing perspective
towards writing and the world.
‘Adolescence’ reflects the journey of the transformation of thoughts,
opinions and the body of an individual. The story talks about objects and events
that we see, hear or experience everyday, never giving it a second thought.
Serving true to its name, Adolescence is a compilation of personal events of an
adolescent with a tinge of fiction.
Aadil Attarwala, born and brought up in Ahmedabad, India, has always
been intrigued by the metamorphosis of the mind. Reflected in the stories he
created with Lego to the experiences he captured in his poetry, he constantly
expressed his imagination of a world beyond the one we see. An observer and enquirer by nature makes him
a highly perceptive thinker. His stories transpose the reader into imaginary
spaces that interact with the real world and question its existence at every
point. His interest and knowledge in economics reflect in his plots and
explicit views conveyed on aspects such as politics and society. He believes in
infesting the idea of change and challenging the capability of the mind to
travel to regions unexplored.