Grips you from the opening page. An honest narrative and the author paints a fine picture starting from his early boarding school days. The harsh realities on joining the boarding school give way to a genial acceptance of the rough and tough life. Continue reading “Review by Birinder S Sidhu”
I read ‘Rubies in my Ears’ late into the night! A thoroughly readable and interesting autobiography- honest and heart rending at times, a story worth sharing and one certainly understands and becomes involved in all Sanjivs life’s journeys, which he has so skillfully narrated.
“Rubies in my Ears”- what an unusual title for a book authored by a man! And then, one opens the book and reads…..and doesn’t put it down till the last page is done. This non- fiction book proves the adage “truth is stranger than fiction”. Continue reading “Review by Ferida Satarawala Chopra”
An inspirational well written book. Sanjiv takes you on a roller coaster ride with him. Really enjoyed reading it.
“The boy from Ranchi has come a long way. Son of a traditional Indian family, Sanjiv became a nomad at first cry. Staying all over the world in his endeavour to find his comfort zone, Sanjiv has written about his life experiences with utmost honesty. Continue reading “Review by Aditya Raj Kapoor”
If I didn’t know Sanjiv, I would have assumed that it’s all fiction! But that’s what makes for great reading. I read it in one sitting. Very well written and so pacy. So much to learn for those who are starting off in life.
‘RUBIES IN MY EARS’, I enjoyed this book. In fact I couldn’t put it down which surprised me greatly ! An entertaining life story of an Indian from youth to maturity searching for something to do in life. He did heaps and learns fast. A real character ! ****
Travel is deeply ingrained in our psyche. The world wouldn’t be what it is today if humans hadn’t ventured out of Africa a long time ago. This is a migrant’s story, someone who ventured out of his homeland, embraced the challenges and opportunities that came his way and made an honest attempt to give it his best shot. Continue reading “Review by Sonny P Kumar”
Over the years, many Sanawarians have written many books – on a host of subjects. But how many have written a memoir? To the best of my knowledge, not a single person. At least not until now. Continue reading “Book review by Rakesh ‘Losty’ Khanna”
Who is Sanjiv T Lall? Why should you read this book?
Well, I was also filled with the same scepticism when I started turning the pages. An autobiography of an unknown entity held little interest to me.
But soon I realised that there is something more about this book, there is Continue reading “Rubies in my Ears – Review by Sanjay Punjabi”