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Thoughts Unlocked Lockdown Days Musings

Author Name: G. Sreenivasan | Format: Paperback | Genre : Literature & Fiction | Other Details

A pandemic made us all sad, mute and tremble with fear. We locked the entire world one day and isolated ourselves from each other. This book Thoughts Unlocked – Lockdown Days Musings is a perfect riposte to a pandemic that has rendered the humans voiceless. Writer Sreenivasan ruminates on how the pandemic made a larger impact on his life and those around him. It would give the reader an insight into how a human mind works when, one day, the world closes all its doors and puts us all under house arrest. 

This book tells the stories of the past, present and future. It seems autobiographical and fictitious at times. It may lack in order of things, but is written in a language that is lucid, mild, straight and with a grand touch of humour. The thoughts the writer shares here would create in every reader a ponderous urgency to look back to the lives we had in the past. This book is a definite read and should be a great help in the freeing of our thoughts and presumptions.

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G. Sreenivasan

Dr G. Sreenivasan is the author of Power Theft, which has raised readers to a unique level. Four of his books have hit best-sellers list, and many have gone into multiple editions. He writes books for techies, children and teens and often highlights the strength of families and endurance of friendships. 

An investigator of technical crimes, he has travelled extensively in the country even in disguise and undertaken many surreptitious investigations across the country to find the source of technical crimes, to learn about the history of regions, and to trace the path of his characters. Many of the characters in this book are real-life ones, whom he came across during the journey.

 Born and brought up in a remote village in Central Travancore, Kerala, he studied in the vernacular. He has migrated to Thiruvananthapuram and is active in blogging under the pseudonym tamperfinder. You can reach him at tamperfinder@gmail.com or visit website www.tamperfinder.com to sign up for emails about new releases. 

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