Book Review: Romi & Gang by Tushar Raheja

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BOOK DETAILS
     Publisher Pirates
     Publication Year 2013
     ISBN-13 9788192681009
     ISBN-10 8192681009
     Language English
     Binding Paperback
     Number of Pages 237 Pages

Book Excerpt:

Unruly and reckless, thirteen-year-old Romi is the hero of his universe. His great affinity for adventure and the unknown is shared by his gang – the rascal Sukhi, the deadpan Sunny, the naïve Golu and his blood brother, Kim.

When legendary Kim disappears from Mauji, it is left to the four to conquer the maidan with cricket and the world with their wits. Of course, they must prepare for responsibility in between and, one day, go after Kim.

About the Author:

Tushar’s first book was the popular comedy, Anything for you, Ma’am. At the moment, he is a doctoral
candidate at IIT Delhi in the field of Applied Probability. He can be contacted at tushar@raheja.org 

Review:

Romi & Gang is a ‘very different book’!
First, it is pocket size and not the regular size.. It definitely ought to grab your attention that way.

Second, the cover itself ensures that it you realize it is of a different genre and not the regular ones!

Tushar, is an acclaimed author. His first book, Anything for you ma’am being a bestseller.

Romi & Gang is a story of four school boys, Romi, Sukhi, Golu and Sunny. The story revolves around their school days adventures and their shared love for cricket. The four of them struggle to make their place in the school cricket team since they are juniors.

The characters have been well portrayed and they build a connect with the audience.

The book is a must read for those cricket fanatics who want to relive their childhood days. 

In one sentence – it is a wave of freshness 🙂

Rating: 4/5

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~ by Neha Sinha on July 21, 2013.

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