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

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Book- Reminiscences Of A Seeker: Dark Face Of The White World (True Story)
Author- Kapil Kumar Bhaskar
Publisher- Angel Books Publications

Paperback Prince – 250/- (Discounted price)
Pages- 300

I would not lie, but in started when I reading the book. I got a bit bored, and went to read the blurb that why at the first place I agreed to read it.
But as you reach Chapter 3, the thrill kicks in. I loved what I read after chapter 3. It was nerve racking sometimes, how we say we live in a perfect world. But then their are people like Kapil (author) who goes under this much in life, just to know the meaning of life.

The Tantrics, the Aghoris, I loved how simply but deeply Kapil the author has given information. It is such an engrossing story that it seems you are living each moment that the author has experienced.

The book covers different levels of Spiritual world, like relation between master and the devotee, jealousy of master when his devotee gets more knowledge, innocent people blindly trusting people with all the show offs etc.

One thing I didn’t liked about book is, its said to be a “True Story” then why author have changed name/places of many people. It just gets so much confusion sometimes, I read a name and think myself only. Its changed name. In my opinion, when the author has decided to give his real life experience the name/places should be real life only. Also if not, it should be mentioned in beginning only, that some names will be changed. Reading again n again “changed” was a bit irritating.

There were so many passages I loved, following are few of them

“There is no God, Guruji, and even if He exists, He is completely blind. He exists only for them who keep buttering and pleasing him. He is so blind that he can’t see what these people are doing to me. I have not done any wrong to them, then why they are after my life?”

“Doubts makes a mountain of fear and fear gives you nothing. Faith dissolves all mountains and gives you appropriate results. Have faith, my son.”

“Most of the time our inner voice tries to guide us to the ‘Truth’ but we, out of our own vested interests, wish to continue living in our own self-created illusions because it suits our purpose or fulfills our needs.

 

Cover: 4/5
Title: 4/5
Blurb: 3/5
Theme: 4/5
Story: 4.5/5
Characters: 4.5/5
Overall: 4/5

You can by book at Amazon -> Reminiscences Of A Seeker

The book was provided by Half Baked Beans(HBB) in exchange for a genuine review.

This books, give a different perspective and dimension to life. If you need a break from all those Romantic/YA fictions, my advice will be read this True Story where Author takes you to a spiritual journey.