Book: Jestus by V. S. Surycategories: Book, Fiction, Fantasy, Humor, Indian Author, Books, C.G. Jung, ESP, Psychic Phenomena, Dream, Reality, Lunatic, Tale of Fantasy
Sury Seetharamiah Vemagalabout this book: This is a new kind of novel that judiciously mixes fiction and fantasy. The stories occur in our day-to-day world, but the way they develop is downright from the fifth dimension. To make it believable, a spicy mixture of humour and clever dialogues is offered to the reader. The central character is an old, lunatic-looking man who is full of fantasies and dreams. But when reality-entrenched people meet him, they are in for a shock.
Want to know how to make a few billions in a month, without batting an eyelid? Go to the very first chapter. (You only have to be familiar with the works of C.G.Jung) Troubled no end with the constant noise pollution from all sides? Just a set of four plastic gammadions can solve your problem neatly. Ever been into a lunatic asylum and seen a doctor getting treated by a patient? Read one of the chapters, and thoroughly enjoy the proceedings. You love her but she loves him, who loves another 'her', who loves a different 'him'. Don't be frustrated. The final pages will give you a free guide to solve such a ticklish situation.
To beat it all, the hero has got a hundred names – a different name at every turn of the page. Lap it all up in this merry, fun-filled book. You have the time – there is a eight-day week somewhere in the book.
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