The Bluest Marble: is it always about loving your friends & family? by Vipin Kumar

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The Bluest Marble: is it always about loving your friends & family?

"This is a story of an ordinary man, who has ordinary aspirations and dreams, and lives an ordinary life with his ordinary friends - the only extra-ordinary thing in his life is his mind and the way it works. The author Vipin Kumar, in his debut novel, deftly delves into the psyche of the protagonist, and takes us along with him..."

--The Times Of India

About the book:

Aditya is known as Ram Kumar 125 – a name given to amnesiac patients in a ‘Mental Hospital’. He doesn't have amnesia; he just doesn't want to go back to the world he knew before. His inmates include: UT – the brilliant former CEO, Rajesh – software engineer and Jacky – Doctor in theoretical physics. Amongst these ‘crazies’ Ram Kumar 125 discovers himself, the true Aditya, and the secret of happiness. He finds the mysterious and precious “bluest marble” he has been unconsciously looking for all his life.

With portraits that both touch and disturb, corporate politics, Mumbai nightlife, Dalal Street, lower-middle-class Delhi and psychological “illness”, The Bluest Marble is a sensitive exploration of young urban aspirations and angst in the age of economic turmoil.

Publisher: Wordit Content Design & Editing Services Pvt Ltd ISBN: 9789383952052 Pages: 264