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“If you favor the dramatic in your stories, this may not be the book for you,” writes Praveen Palakkazhi.
“Though it breezes through many touchy issues, Green Book exudes an quixotic Forrest Gump sort of appeal that is all pervading,” writes Biswarup Sarangi.
“While reading the book, I caught-up with a childhood superstar whose cricketing journey coincided with my growing-up days,” writes Nayan Basu.
“The author provides an insider’s view of the advertising mystique, as her humorous and warm traits come through, making the book eminently readable,” writes Arun Bhatia.
“The book takes readers on a journey that spans more than three centuries, starting from French Revolution, leading into contemporary China,” writes Shruti Sonal.