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How was your journey to Dystopia? Was it full of joy freedom rebellion anger shame or guilt? THE BOOKChildren start their travels in the blissful kingdom of Shambala a beautiful land where they are protected and taken care of They enter Shambala as little infants trusting their parents and caregivers The ch A short read of just 146 pages this one is an eye opener Thought provoking and one that can leave adults especially those that force their will on their children feeling guilty ‘Dystopia’ reveals the damage over protectiveness can have on the young mind It also reveals how overpowering parents ‘shoo’ away their children from speaking their mind freely This in turn translates into the child becoming an introvert or hesitating from revealing secrets that are meant only for parents’ ears At times the child may turn to friends for help Lack of proper guidance at this stage often spells doom for the childThe age of dystopia ie adolescent years are those when a parent makes or breaks a child for incidentally it is in these years that the child is most fragile and impressionable Inept handling of their problems can break them make them cynical and force them to tread a path no parent in their right mind would wish their child to treadThe story guided by the spirit of Dystopia sees five friends get together after decades Their talk their mannerisms their thoughts all reflect their upbringing and life and when they talk discuss and catch up the spirit of Dystopia rues on their life when they entered his gates finds reasons and excuses for the flaws in their personality and often than not finds the fault hidden in faulty parenting Narrated in simple crisp and lucid language ‘Dystopia ’once again brings to the fore Author Manoj V Jain’s skill at making a mundane topic truly interesting and engaging One can’t help but let the brain engage in a debate of sorts while going through the pages and admire how skillfully the author has his reader engaged in the topic albeit sub consciouslyVERDICTThe book one of the best on parenting is a must read for all parents especially those with young kids and adolescents

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Dystopia Ildren continue on their journey skipping along the path till they reach a dark forbidding gate which like some powerful vacuum sucks them inside and into the next kingdom of Dystopia I am their guide there and I will oversee their journey in this new landIn his latest book Manoj Jain discusses themes of ch A novella Dystopia is a good companion to have on a journey The book opens with a suicide but don't be put off by it It's a pretty smooth read in spite of its psychological connotations A couple of drawbacks it took me a while to understand that the flashbacks were narrated by Dystopia However once I got the hang of it I felt the book has been charted pretty well with the italics denoting the flashbacks The editing too has been a bit amiss in some places Not too stark though as the author makes it up with his lucid writing style

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Download Dystopia mobi ë 154 pages Þ How was your journey to Dystopia? Was it full of joy freedom rebellion anger shame or guilt? THE BOOKChildren start their travels in the blissful kingdom of Shambala a beautiful land where they are protected and taken care of They enter Shambala as little infants trusting their parents and caregivers The cIldhood pain growing up teenage angst role identities and parentingThe story guided by the spirit of Dystopia is set in a small dinner party a reunion among five friends During the course of the evening they uncover the source of various past wounds and resolve why a young girl had to kill herself at eighte Dystopia by Manoj Jain is not an ordinary book but an explanation of a journey which we often consciously forget but we live it everyday It is a story of a re union where each one of them has lived a different life and the outcome is somewhat they have accepted it It is the story of realising the truth behind the lives of many even accepting that lie isn't fair all the time More often we have a plan in our minds when we are in my childhood Shambaland but we don't really adhere to it for many unforeseen reasons and our actions define a lot how our minds shape up our choices This book will try to take you to a similar situation where you grow deeper in to memories and try to relate with what was happening in your childhood and what made you to be like this I am sure any one who has grown up with getting dirty in the parks and grown to corporate lives of 9 to 5 will love the bookCheers