Sunday, June 14, 2020

Book- The Illicit Happibess of Other People

A 17 year old cartoonist enjoys his life, living in his own world. On a usual day, he goes for a haircut, walks into home and 20 minutes later, he jumps off the house killing himself.

Three years later, father discovers his son's comics and goes for an answer. The reason behind his son's death.

The story is how the kid's father rediscovers his son.

Manu Joseph's writing is brilliant. He wove drama and satire in a brilliant way. It's a gripping read.

Thanks Rima for suggesting this book. I'm glad I read this. Enjoyed it.


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