[Ebook] The Better Man By Anita Nair – Vejega.info

[Ebook] The Better Man  By Anita Nair – Vejega.info Epub The Better Man By Anita Nair Oknalubliniec.eu In Anita Nair S Warm And Imaginative First Novel, Middle Aged Bachelor Mukundan Returns To His Native Indian Village And Is Haunted By The Past Determined To Conquer Old Ghosts, Mukundan Decides To Restore His Childhood Home And Hires One Screw Loose Bhasi, An Outcast Painter, To Oversee The Renovations A Practitioner Of A Unique Style Of Healing, Bhasi Sets About Mending His Troubled Friend, But The Durability Of Mukundan S Transformation Into A Better Man Is Soon Called Into Question With Humor, Wisdom, And A Keen Understanding Of Human Frailty, Anita Nair Has Written A Playful And Moving Account Of The Redemptive Power Of Friendship.

10 thoughts on “The Better Man

  1. Manu Manu says:

    This is Anita Nair s first novel, and quite a good start I could identify with it quite a bit, probably because of the Kerala setting, and therefore the familiarity with the kind of characters that appear in the background.Having said that, the protagonist is quite a universa

  2. Harini Padmanabhan Harini Padmanabhan says:

    After ladies coupe, I picked up this book I enjoyed watching Kerala come alive in front of me as I read the book I could almost hear the monsoon and see the big imposing tharavadu and the paddy fields I could feel Mukundans fear, loneliness and understand his desires.The writer has t

  3. Shalini M Shalini M says:

    Overall a nice book, with beautiful descriptions of village life and people But I was not as captivated by it as I was with other books by her It was a little slow, and I didn t feel strongly for any of the characters contrasting against Mistress, where I could empathize with all of the four

  4. R.C. Bean R.C. Bean says:

    The only aspect in this book that s worth an applause is the cover art But apparently there are different versions of the book cover since the book was published by many publishers I specifically liked the one which showcases an elderly man, shielding himself from rains with a feeble umbrella, keepi

  5. Syl Syl says:

    One of the best books I ve read in the recent past I was engrossed in this book from the first page and could let go of the story only by the end This novel is much better than Ladies Coupe the much acclaimed book by the same author This is a slightly melancholic story of a confirmed bachelor who retires ad

  6. Susan Oleksiw Susan Oleksiw says:

    I admired the author s refusal to create a happy ending The protagonist, Mukundan, begins the struggle to recover his life and begin to create something worthwhile under the tutelage of a village house painter, but then stumbles when faced with deeper p...

  7. Soni Achuthan Soni Achuthan says:

    A good read Actually started reading many months back Took a long time to read the first 150 pages After that, the narrative gainspace and I finished the remaining pages rather quickly The author has given attention to detail and carefully constructed each v...

  8. Luaunna Luaunna says:

    Well written, complex but not so much so that it was hard to follow I fealt that the characters and situations were realistic I don t think the paranormal events were dealt with well, however I would recommend.

  9. Shweta Ganesh Kumar Shweta Ganesh Kumar says:

    This was a good summer break read, especially because I was in Kerala and I could picture the setting that is described so well I feel as if the book had a promising start, but the ending didn t quite measure up The characters are overwhelmingly male and all ...

  10. Geetanjali Geetanjali says:

    This novel unfolds the narrative of a retired

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