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Love, Life, and Logic by Mukerji Uday

Love, Life, and Logic

by Mukerji Uday

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This is a brilliant story that weaves the themes of love, friendship, and life's ultimate meaning into a powerful plot that will have readers enthralled. ... Love, Life, and Logic: A Literary Fiction is an emotionally charged story that explores crossroads questions that many young people live with; a wonderful read.
"Filled with Indian culture, this story is thought-provoking and is full of emotions. Rohan is a remarkable yet confused character, and that sets him on a personal journey. He has a mighty struggle and is determined to work it out. Mukerji writes this story very well, and the reader does not have to be familiar with the culture to connect with the story. It's an adventure in self questions and self preservation, and self-righteousness."
"With Love, Life, and Logic, Uday Mukerji has created a remarkable story of a man who needs to understand who he has become. It is a very captivating read, keeping you glued to Rohan’s story. ... Love, Life, and Logic is among my favourite five of 2016."
"If you want a book to help you reflect on the bigger picture of life, this may be the book for you. I found this book to be an interesting read that looks at how the things in your life happen around you and how you make sense of it."
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MBR Bookwatch, August 2016

“In a fast-paced world filled with scars, broken vows, newfound commitments, and insecure relationships in the face of change, Rohan slowly uncovers new paths to understanding the greater universe at large. His journey neatly takes the reader’s hand and mind and leads to an engrossing tale of love and redemption, highly recommended for those seeking more than a casual romance story. Love, Life and Logic comes packed with thought-provoking mental and spiritual changes, in which the ultimate goal fluidly changes with better understanding.”
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Like we all sync our watches every year, at the start and at the end of daylight saving time, we also need to sync our relationships once in a while.
Silence doesn’t mean no activity; it means highly synchronized actions, much like the work of a well-tuned motor. More noise and vibration never assure better engine performance; indeed, quite the opposite.
Nothing is forever, be it a good time or a bad time; nothing stays the same. Leaves change, seasons change, and so do people. And when people change, our relationships change with that.
'Sorry’ is, indeed, one of the most difficult and most powerful words in the English language, provided one can feel and say it at the same time.
Ask anyone; possibly ninety-five percent of our wishes have come true. The unfortunate part is, we all overlook that, and regret all our lives and torment ourselves for not getting the other five percent.
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Set in Exotic India, Singapore, and in Central Europe, the multi-cultural novel captures the individual struggle of a young man against the seemingly unnamed, unknown, anonymous power of the universe.

Rohan grows up in a middle class family in a small town in Goa, India. The story develops as he scrambles for his answers. Is our life and death an end in itself, or do they have a much deeper implication in a gigantic universal process? Is each human life also someway connected to the chain of events unfolding every day in front of our eyes? We all have different thumbprints; but why? Are we all a part of big numbers game, or does each one of us really matter?

Chased by these and many such questions, Rohan leaves his lucrative job and his family in search of the truth. The journey gets complicated when he meets Adeline, a 23-year old vivacious girl in Vienna. Love, again? That brings him back to question his failed marriage. Is marriage an end of the road for love? Do all marriages come with an expiration date?

It’s the search and the road leading to his final realization that makes this book insightful and thought-provoking.
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