None of us knows what will we do, if God crosses our way suddenly! Neither any of us spare a thought to it. We doubt Him because we remain sure that God doesn't come in this way. But do you know! We're already seeing God quite often; merely that we do not come to know about it.
See You God, a novel, is a one day account of cute little girl of 4 years and a man of 34. Both, being strangers, meet each other midst a jungle in almost fooling circumstances. As hours pass, the hilarious moments between the two turn out about roaming in the mustard farms, thereafter inside a village interiors, and finally to 'The Garden of Life'. In never stopping series of new surprises, before the whole day is swallowed by dusk, the man comes to realization that this garden was no ordinary place to be at. It was instead a landscape glaring upon his entire private life. While roaming inside 'The Garden of Life' he discovers, almost by accident, seven prophetic lampposts which convey to him seven timeless messages precious for his future. Before the end of this great astonishing day, he strikes the real identity of that mysterious little girl as well.
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About the Author
Perhaps you will find Sudhir Mittal unnoticeable as an author. He is grounded and aloof from the frenzy. Only this ascribes the balance between the spirituality and modern world reflecting in his work. Have fantastic experiences in your reading!
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
First, the square puzzle on the cover stuck me. It took me a second to figure out God... a nice creative touch, though may be imperceptible to some. When I started, the story appeared to be slow, but just when the girl entered into, my wonder! What an original thought! And how intriguing! I hadn't heard the name of author before, but this book is surely a committing read. It tosses up everyone's life. I couldn't stop laughing and feeling all other emotions as does the little girl in the story. There are many dialogs which blow you off, especially by the girl. The series of small events and incidences are just natural and give a perfect imagination of countryside places. And later when the protagonist enters into the garden of life, that too alone, the whole story transforms. I was fearing what will the story feel without the girl, but needless to say that author has done a remarkable job. Garden of life glued with me and it didn't stop even for a second. In terms of human inspiration, the seven lampposts in the book are too good. And the way story ends up, is so touchy. I had many personal moments with this book, especially when it talks about time of protagonist's death in one of the lampposts. And finally, when little girl returns in the story, she steals the show once again.