Book Review: Reminiscences Of A Seeker- Dark Face Of The White World (True Story)

I was waiting to read something different from a long time. Normally when we read biographies or autobiographies, they are based on success stories or struggle stories. However, very rarely you will find a book that talks about a regular journey or the phase of life. This book is very different and I must say that the author wrote it well. Even thinking to write on such a concept is a brave idea because there are many people in the world who do not believe in Godmen or supernatural things.

The book revolves around the life happenings of the narrator (author). He is tired of his past experiences of finding a good guru in his life. He could not reach his purpose of life but was rather misguided instead of being guided. He has energies that are beyond human capacities that help him drive towards various purposes. However, he always wanted a guide in his life to helping him reach a step closer to God. His journey is not easy. He comes across another Guru this time and there is an instant question in the minds of the readers that whether he will get what he wants. You will have to read this book to find out.

Aarohy Kapoor, Review
Reminiscences of a Seeker

The cover did not appeal me much. It is too simple. The title is perfect for the story because this is the account of the author where he is a seeker on his pursuit of finding his guru. The plot is amazing and if you believe in such things then it is even great for you. The narration is good but I found the book slow paced at times. There were things that seemed to be repeated and they made the narration slow. However, the thrilling elements are well narrated. It is hard to believe that the life of a man can have so many things and happenings in it.

Recommended for those who believe in supernatural or divine powers that are beyond the understanding of humans!

Title- 5 / 5

Cover- 3 / 5

Plot- 4 / 5

Narration- 4 / 5

Overall- 4 / 5

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