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READ DOWNLOAD Í The Reengineers ¹ Chinmay Narayan is plotting to kill himself He is a misfit at school, his parents are about to divorce and the love of his life doesn t know he exists It seems pointless to go on with such a dysfunctional life But before he gets anywhere with that plan, Chinmay and his friends, Anu and Sabi, stumble into the eerie world of Conchpore through a portal in Uncle RK s library They find themselves in The Seeker s School, where you can buy spiritual courses that will bring you enlightenment While the seekers seem unaware that there is anything amiss, Chinmay and his friends stumble upon a strange and sinister plot that the teachers and students are caught up in The three youngsters suddenly find themselves in danger, and their only hope is the charismatic Siddharth, an old student of the school who has come to visit Chinmay discovers that Siddharth is seeking catharsis from his dark past by writing a book a book with Chinmay as the protagonist He realizes that his own story is a mirror image of Siddharth s, which leads to a moment of reckoning for him can he become the author of his own life Set in Madras in the early nineties, The Reengineers dispels the boundaries between fiction and reality to tell a tale that is as much a coming of age story as it is an inspiring narrative of self empowerment and spiritual growth Disclaimer I received a free paperback copy of this book from the publisher via The Book Club in return for my honest review I haven t received any monetary compensation for the same.I was curious to knowwhen I read the blurb I think spirituality is an integral part of our lives, at all stages, not necessarily when we grow old I liked the idea that the author has incorporated spirituality in transforming the lives of teenagers.First of all, I am absolutely impressed by the flawless lan Disclaimer I received a free paperback copy of this book from the publisher via The Book Club in return for my honest review I haven t received any monetary compensation for the same.I was curious to knowwhen I read the blurb I think spirituality is an integral part of our lives, at all stages, not necessarily when we grow old I liked the idea that the author has incorporated spirituality in transforming the lives of teenagers.First of all, I am absolutely impressed by the flawless language and perfect proofing of the book I rarely come across English books by Indian authors that have impeccable language For this, I congratulate Indu Muralidharan The book was a joy to read, without me wincing even once.Set in 1990s Madras, the story is about Chinmay and his friends Anu this is a guy and Sabi a girl They are having study holidays before their tenth board exams They are children from typical Indian families where the parents are under tremendous pressure to have their children succeed in every aspect of their lives The three of them are sad as they feel the burden of their parental pressures Chinmay feels it all theas his parents are on their way to being divorced He s planning to commit suicide soon after the exams.The three teenagers are studying in Chinmay s uncle s library when the door handle breaks and they are stuck in the room While trying to leave by the backdoor, they land up at Conchpore, an imaginary town in Tamil Nadu.They find themselves in the campus of the Seekers School and have the strangest of experiences in the next 24 hours that transforms their lives.Whether their experience is real or a figment of their imaginations, the author has left the reader to decide But what I liked is that the experiences change the teens so much that they look forward to their lives as against their depressed stands earlier.The author has captured the behind the scenes story of spiritual cults to perfection It s nothing short of scary but the horrors are obviously real Very well narrated Siddharth s transformation from a depressed man to a confident one with the help of the Professor is inspiring It s influence on Chinmay is monumental Though the Professor appears in but a few scenes, he truly leaves a mark.This book is a must read for youngsters It will help them see the world in a different light altogether.All that said, somewhere the story that s a fiction, gets preachy I wish it had been dealt with differently so as not to seem as if I was being read a lecture.I am glad that I got to read this one, definitely Received a free paperback copy from the book club in exchange for an honest review, at first, I thought this book might be of a type that talks about the life of an engineering student or so, but the blurb was totally different and with hints that said the book is based on Madras My place I was thrilled to read.The book starts off with a world building set in the 1990s of Madras right from suprabhatham to details that describe how madras was, but it was indeed a slow read in the start I ski Received a free paperback copy from the book club in exchange for an honest review, at first, I thought this book might be of a type that talks about the life of an engineering student or so, but the blurb was totally different and with hints that said the book is based on Madras My place I was thrilled to read.The book starts off with a world building set in the 1990s of Madras right from suprabhatham to details that describe how madras was, but it was indeed a slow read in the start I skimmed through pages until I hit something relevant and where the book started catching enough speed.I loved the language used by the author, good diction throughout and that is one major plus of this book.The cover and the title are not catchy enough to grab a copy, but the blurb might interest many as it sounds tricky and magical.The motivation of the characters could have been even stronger, but, nevertheless are good enough to lead the reader in the right direction More of a self discovery than anything else that makes the book a one time read, it had promising fantasy at the right proportions and with a language so good, this book sets on par with excellence stealing away the heart of the reader after a point.A few quotations are very beautiful and it sails to the depths of life The book takes a turn from its genre YA or Coming of age and goes to the spiritual mode, which is something I don t trust mostly Might work for others A very good try indeed The blurb of the book somehow reminded me of the Chronicles of Narnia It is probably because of the mention of a secret portal hidden in a library that takes you to a different world on the whole So, when the author approached me, I immediately agreed to read and review the book Chinmay Narayan, our protagonist, feels like a misfit in his own life He feels depressed and that his life is out of control what with him being overwhelmed by a dysfunctional family and unrequited love A chance acc The blurb of the book somehow reminded me of the Chronicles of Narnia It is probably because of the mention of a secret portal hidden in a library that takes you to a different world on the whole So, when the author approached me, I immediately agreed to read and review the book Chinmay Narayan, our protagonist, feels like a misfit in his own life He feels depressed and that his life is out of control what with him being overwhelmed by a dysfunctional family and unrequited love A chance accident leads him to discover a whole new world in Conchpore along with his friends Anurag and Sabarmati It proves to be a turning point in his life new place, new people and new rules But something is definitely not right, but what can Chinmay do about it How does one get back to the real world And would Chinmay want to go back And what does the mysterious Siddharth have to do with anything After a somewhat slow start the book picks up the pace as Chinmay and his friends discover Conchpore Soon we meet a myriad of characters who build up the story to its apex with their inputs But in the end it is Siddharth and Chinmay who stand out the most Their characters are eerily similar yet so different at the same time Chinmay turned out to be a character who is easy to relate to and felt very real His story probably reflects many true life stories His issues were real issues and while some people may roll their eyes at them, I know that at that age, many of us have felt in the same way Things that were not that important felt life like altering experiences while we overlooked a lot of what were actually life changing events and did not realize it till much later Anurag and Sabarmati makes for ideal sidekicks on an adventure like this, though I did wish fordepth in them.Chunmay s journey through the novel his realizations and process of self discovery, is really what this book is all about It was endearing to see him finally grow up, out of his shell and really see himself and his life for what they really are The fact that this is the author s debut work brings me hope as she has selected a premise that is not too heavy yet is very real The book could have done with another round of editing as the language did seem to slip at a few points But nothing too serious to take away much from the reading experience.If you are bored of reading the same run of the mill romance that couple of authors seem to be churning out every few months, do give this one a try It will not be a life changing experience, but it will probably prove to be a good change Review of The Reengineers by Indu MuralidharanThe Reengineers by Indu Muralidharan is a fantastic read It deals in a unique way the issue of depression It also throws light on how people with vested interests try to monetize everything on their way Be it education, relationships or spirituality.In the end, it provides a guideline for ethical businesses Ensure that work gets done and money keeps flowing It resonates with one of the virtues of Jain Philosophy Aparigraha i.e non possessi Review of The Reengineers by Indu MuralidharanThe Reengineers by Indu Muralidharan is a fantastic read It deals in a unique way the issue of depression It also throws light on how people with vested interests try to monetize everything on their way Be it education, relationships or spirituality.In the end, it provides a guideline for ethical businesses Ensure that work gets done and money keeps flowing It resonates with one of the virtues of Jain Philosophy Aparigraha i.e non possession.The Letters to a Hero by Siddharth is appealing and casts a kind of spell They form the heart and soul of the book The book is not only inspiring but shall also quench Seekers of life to a great extent I highly recommend the author to write a self help book on Depression In the Letters to a Hero the advices on dealing with politics, colleagues challenges in corporate sector is really useful Best moments The Reengineers by Indu Muralidharan Fourteen is the age when time first starts to make its presence felt Time took on such a variety of hues in those days I felt sorry for her even though she slammed the door again I was not a misfit I was a seeker It takes time, effort, physical strength and moral courage to cope up with depression and then catch up life afterwards In real life, every day, every hour, every task, and sometimes every conversation can count as a test In life as much as in work, it is better to not to completely trust anyone Awareness is not like a wisdom tooth that comes with time I was not surprised Failure had become a way of life One who would go through the same journey that he had taken, from being a passive character at the mercy of the world around him, to being hero He can rise and soar again He merely has to wish for it A few get lucky, most compromise.Story The ReengineersInitially the book takes you into the library where the protagonist Chinmay with his besties Anu Sabi engage themselves in reading books may be as a way to escape from realities.The protagonist Chinmay decided to commit suicide just after his 10th examinations He found it unbearable to see his parents getting divorced Before examination something unusual happened He with his besties landed themselves at Seeker s School in Conchpure.Shall Chinmay s life change on meeting with Siddharth in Conchpure Can a single person change our life Or will he end his life I rate it as 5 5