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Posted July 9, 2011
This book came out after a 5-year long literary silence from the acclaimed Indian author Richard Crasta who sort of revolutionized Indian writing with his much talked about book "The Revised Kama Sutra" in the 1990s. He can easily be called a pioneer of courageous Indian writing with an impeccable sense of humor and uninhibited, unbridled talks straight out of the heart. His works exemplify one's struggle to break free of innumerable outer as well as inner censorships, retaining one's humanity and truthfulness to its core.
The title of this book attracted me--and why not, the mystery of "What we all need" when revealed by author--it opened up an ocean of laughter and innumerable realizations within me. When I read it for the first time, I felt at least this chapter titled "What we all need" must be read by all and sundry irrespective of the nationality, race, religion or creed. An acute insight well weaved with uncanny imagination and well narrated with excellent comic timing.
The book was alternatively subtitled "Works in Progress" by Crasta, and well enough - since it leaves you asking for more as you turn the leaves of this wonderful read - always carrying a smile on your lips and breaking down into hysterical laughter at different places (must say, it is not a easy read in silent public places - could make you look like a crazy person !!)
The chapters on Massage seem to have developed into a full blown book by now, since we can see a new book on the Amazon Kindle bookshelf titled "Massage No Boom Boom"--which is quite good news, since these 2 chapters leave your lungs gasping for breath, and one could hardly resist going in for new full book on this rare topic.
All in all - a book that will adorn your bookshelf and that will boost your spirits, increase your well-being, and of course, leave you in much better health with uncontrolled laughter and new realizations.
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Posted November 15, 2013
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