Letters from an Indian Summer

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  • Paperback
  • 328 pages
  • Letters from an Indian Summer
  • Siddharth Dasgupta
  • English
  • 15 March 2018

About the Author: Siddharth Dasgupta

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Letters from an  Indian Summer A love story between an Indian photographer and a French artist, Letters from an Indian Summer is suffused with a strong sense of serendipity and spiritually liberal doses of the things Arjun Bedi and Genevieve Casta hold dear in this world The past, though, lurks constantly around every chosen corner Will the secrets they harbour end up destroying them, or will the unspoken belief in their entwined cosmic paths be much too strong a force. Read Letters from an Indian Summer by Siddharth Dasgupta – johndore.co.uk

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10 thoughts on “Letters from an Indian Summer

  1. Pankaj Giri says:

    I had heard about this book long ago as I tend to follow books by Fingerprint Publishing Not one of their three books Losing my Religion by Vishwas Mudagal, Manhattan Mango by Madhuri Iyer, and this one have disappointed me till now Editing is brilliant, language exudes class, and the storytelling is good It is my dream to be published by them.Coming back to the book, I picked it up in a bookstore in Kolkata during a vacation Madhuri Iyer, whose language is also excellent, had penned an ap I had heard about this book long ago as I tend to follow books by Fingerprint Publishing Not one of their three books Losing my Religion by Vishwas Mudagal, Manhattan Mango by Madhuri Iyer, and this one have disappointed me till now Editing is brilliant, language exudes class, and the storytelling is good It is my dream to be published by them.Coming back to the book, I picked i...

  2. Neeraja Sasidharan says:

    Sometimes, certain books just happen to you, at the right time, when you want it the most This was definitely one such for me.A light, yet an impressive read Siddharth s narrative style had got me right from the beginning to the very end I was clinged to the book for everything it had to offer the beautiful characters, places, arts, romance, letters, and too much of insights and validations that came along as a pleasant surprise Being relatively new to Pune, each reference in the book made Sometimes, certain books just happen to you, at the rig...

  3. Shree says:

    Note This review can be found Readers Muse French artist, Indian summer and doses of spirituality The perfect recipe for a picture postcard love story The book was exactly that A Picture postcard love story which delivered a soul stirring message to me Our protagonists Arjun and Genevieve are two nomadic souls who are in love with each other but don t really realize that But when they do, their emotional baggage from the past disrupts their harmony of sorts Romance novels these have Note This review can be found Readers Muse French artist, Indian summer and doses of spirituality The perfect recipe for a picture postcard love story The book was exactly that A Picture postcard love story which delivered a soul stirring message to me Our protagonists Arjun and Genevieve are two nomadic souls who are in love with each other but don t really realize that But when they do, their emotional baggage from the past disrupts their harmony of sorts Romance novels these have become like Instant Coffee They give you a good shot of energy but you really don t have a recollection of having it They don t linger, they don t affect you the way the good old traditionally brewed coffee does Not being racist or stereotyping, Indian book market these days are inundated with such books that don t leave an impression really Thanks to trend that was started by a particular writer who apparently brought about a much refreshing change to the writing indus...

  4. Purnendu Chatterjee says:

    Letters from an Indian Summer is the debut work of Siddharth Dasgupta The most unique thing of this book is the author s story telling skills.After holding the book physically the first thing that left my mouth was the word gorgeous It is one of the best cover I have seen for a story like this till date The font in which the name is written, the color of the back ground, the dry rose and leaves scattered all over the cover, makes this look blissful The name is different as the cover and wi Letters from an Indian Summer is the debut work of Siddharth Dasgupta The most unique thing of this book is the author s story telling skills.After holding the book physically the first thing that left my mouth was the word gorgeous It is one of the best cover I have seen for a story like this till date The font in which the name is written, the color of the back ground, the dry rose and leaves scattered all over the cover, makes this look blissful The name is different as the cover and will invite the readers to grab it The blurb is small but gives a glimpse of the plot The first look of the book is so good that it will definitely attract the reader s eyes.The books starts with Arjun Bedi the male protagonist , an Indian photographer, meeting a French artist Genevieve Casta the female protagonist in a caf in Pune The first thing the readers will notice is the author saying Pune as Poona, but as soon the author describes why, it starts to sound...

  5. Bookish Indulgenges with b00k r3vi3ws says:

    What can a photographer from India and an Artist of French origin have in common Well, there s their flighty nature, love for travelling and a bunch of letters When Arjun Bedi and Genevieve Casta meet for the first time in the beautiful Kathmandu, they hit it off almost instantly As they part ways, they keep in touch through letters But as time passes, their letter writing declines and then...

  6. Madhusmita says:

    Sometimes a book speaks to you from its cover itself It makes you want to pick it up and read it then and there Letters from an Indian Summer was one such book for me The book is muchthan what the blurb says.It is a mature love story between an Indian photographer, Arjun and a French artist, Genevieve Destiny is what brings them together and as their relationship grows in the years to come, the reader is also taken on a virtual tour to different cities across the globe namely Poona Pun Sometimes a book speaks to you from its cover itself It makes you want to pick it up and read it then and there Letters from an Indian Summer was one such book for me The book is muchthan what the blurb says.It is a mature love story between an Indian photographer, Arjun and a French artist, Genevieve...

  7. Garima says:

    Letters from an Indian summer, this fine book that came along when Delhi was welcoming it s first breeze of winters A heart warming story, with absolutely attractive characters expressing life the way it should be expressed Completely and beautifully The poetic flow of the story is spellbindin...

  8. Menaka Sankaralingam says:

    A poetic love story of an Indian photographer, Arjun Bedi and a french artist, Genevieve Casta and their global escapades narrated in exceedingly literary language and a lyrical style, best suited for the romantics at heart and the literarily inclined.For adetailed review, check this

  9. Vani says:

    It is one of those guilty pleasure readings The story is predictable, the language is flowery, the characters are not very strong, however the story has it s heart at the right place and the old style of letter writing makes is interesting PS I admit to have loved a...

  10. Nishali Chand says:

    This book will transport you across the world To different cities that has a charm of its own It will make you fall in love with the idea of traveling, with music, with friends Siddarth has woven the imperfections of these characters into a fairytale that all you want to do is live their lives.