As the sessions are changing, Acharya sir is scheming the separation of Ranjan
from his best friend Harsh. At home, Harsh cannot fall asleep because a ghost
has been following him like a pes. The friends aren’t too kind either. They
mock his giant Avon cycle when placed along their fancy Hercules and BSAs. The
only hope is that he’d surpass the class-topper Anike Bakshi in the unit test
and impress his crush, Aditi. Meanwhile there has been a shipwreck in the
Pacific and its sailor is stranded on a lonely island. Two thousand miles away,
paintings worth millions of rupees are stolen from a train. At 2.23 am, when
the town of Pallakad is sleeping, Aliyah tiptoes out of her home forever. What
will happen next in these two worlds – one real, the other fantasy? True to the
legacy of Mango Chutney, Green Mango More presents a rare mix of sweetness and
tang, of realism and fantasy, of humour and horror, with stories from childhood
that shall provoke, tickle, and above all, linger in your mind.
I never thought that innocence can be the USP of a book. It takes us to our childhood and evokes the nostalgia. I was smiling throughout the book. Some of te stories seemed to be extracted from my life itself. It is very difficult to keep a story simple and elegant. Author succeeded in pulling off this difficult mix. Author has maintained the level of interest that budded in the reader’s mind through mango chutney.
Author proved that cliffhangers and nail biting suspense is not required to hook the readers to the book
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