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Those Small Lil Things: In Life and Love

Those Small Lil Things: In Life and Love

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Language English
Contributor(s) Rahul Saini
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Overview: Those Small Lil Things: In Life and Love

Raj a young architect is just another regular guy obsessed with Bollywood. He believes that life is his stage and he's has the starring role. Just like the movies, our protagonists has a lot of drama in his life. He is lonely, hates his job, his colleagues are akin to zombies and his boss is sadistic. If you think this wasn't enough, his love life is also in shambles.

This coming of age tale from Saini intertwines the past and the present to flesh out Raj's journey through kindergarten, graduation and everyday work life. It is about falling in and out of love, endearing friendships, angst, frustration, uncertainty, desire and missed opportunities.

Rahul Saini is an Indian author whose books are light-hearted and fast-paced. Some of his other notable books are 'Just Like In The Movies' and 'The Orange Hangover' with major themes being the carefree and fun-loving nature of youth. 'Those Small Lil' Things in Life and Love' published in 2008 was an instant bestseller. Get your own copy of this page turner from Rahul Saini by ordering online using the following codes, ISBN-10: 8188575690 and ISBN-13: 978-8188575695.

Features: Those Small Lil Things: In Life and Love

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Product Details
Language English
Publication Date May 11, 2008
Publisher Srishti Publ
Contributor(s) Rahul Saini
Binding Paperback
Edition First Edition
Page Count 245
ISBN 10 8188575690
ISBN 13 9788188575695
Dimensions and Weight
Product Weight 0.5 grams
Product Dimensions 15.6 cm x 1.8 cm x 21.5 cm
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  1.  Not Impressive but not boring. I give 2.5 stars 8 November, 2014 On
    After reading I wasn't able to write a review of the book for a week. I was confused how I should begin, (this happens when either I like the book very much or I don't like it much) so I decided I'll start by how i ended up with this one.

    While buying some books with a friend at a local bookstore when we saw the cover we were instantly attracted towards the book (I know we should never judge a book by its cover but I couldn't help it) and then the title caught our attention we read the synopsis and we brought it. And it was a National Bestseller, we had to read it.

    But it was nothing extraordinary. The writing was simple no much adventure or thrill. This story is nothing special infact its the most simple one.

    Plot The story revolves around a boy named Raj, his love interests throughout his life and his life at his workplace. Raj tells his story by taking us alternatively back and forth in his past and present.
    In past we get to know his flings, love interests, how he had his 'heart broken' first time in kindergarten and how it had broken many times the following years until finishing college. At some instances it consist few of funny incidents too.
    In present we are introduced to his workplace with bully boss who is a total jerk n lifeless colleagues. I had pity for his drab and torchering work life. I liked meeting Manisha (his senior at his workplace) and his intern juniors Raina, J.J and Deep, who somewhat make the job less torchering.

    Characters Raj the main character is a total movie buff and had a tendency (or talent) of making only females as his best friends, this made his life in boys school a miserable one. I had mixed feeling for him initially I was like ok so he had a crush at the age of 4 and then when I read further I was all the way saying he is such a big JERK hitting on every girl, and then at the end he was not that bad.
    In other characters i liked his mom very much, Pragya and Manisha, JJ, Raina and Deep they were awesome and 'normal'. I also loved his best friends Aksha, Shalini and Guneet, they were sensible and fun friends; I liked Guneet very much because she was just like me crazy.

    Overall Overall i had mixed views its kinda 50-50 for my I wont say I hate it I like it but not loved it also, what kept me going was the curiosity to know what happens at the end, does he finally gives his boss an answer or does he go on enduring the torcher and does he get the love of his life or again a rejection from the same girl. The end was somewhat satisfying I liked it. But we do not get to know about his love, instead we are given the option to choose whatever ending we like thats up to us, and I kind of liked it that way.

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