A Maverick’s Musings is a travelogue that shares some exquisite, some funny experiences from the author’s travel experiences. The book is interesting, simple and alluring to make you read it while taking a trip on road.
The book is a personalized journal of the author in which he mentions how the madness of travelling entered into his simple normal life. The author shares the intimate moments of his life related to travelling exploring the experiences that made me astonish in moments. The book has an antidote of Srinivasan’s emotional and gratifying journey. This journey of the author hits differently to the readers giving insights of learning and discoveries. There is boundless information that just feels like a tutorial for the first time travellers giving glimpses of how the outside world really works. Through these short read you could get to know so much not only about the author but also about nature, people and culture of different diversities of the world. This book just felt like visiting a place by reading about it. The read captures mind and the impact is contagious. The interest of normal person to see and travel the entire world – north-south, east-west, from India, America, China, East Asia is so much fascinating.
The backdrop of the book is a flight journey by the author from Miami to Chennai via Istanbul and Delhi and the book is the aftermath of all his sudden thoughts occurring during the duration of the travel.
The book is so light in the reader’s mind. The writing style is so free and easy, everything feels like a conversation with his readers. The incidences mentioned are so true, raw and unfiltered. Not only does the book put a beautiful outlook of the world but represents India in its utmost beauty perhaps sharing with the readers the country’s basic underline philosophies and spirituality.
Now there’s Corona outside and the ‘traveller’ inside us are having a pathetic time been caged in our places, the book, A Maverick’s Musings is a delight for the readers. A book that needs much attention. All you need is the book with silent sipping of your favorite summer drink and occasional staring though the window.
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