The conversations between the two intellectuals (Swaraj and Najya) in the book are real except at some places. The book depicts mostly the conversations between two intellectuals mainly about the philosophy of life, science, and love. The conversations between them are minimalistic. The book is mainly focused on those unique people who are passionate about the philosophy of life and life itself, those who are passionate enough to question about almost everything. They crave to get connected to other people through meaningful conversations; they want to grow up with other people and help them grow by talking about self-improvement. They crave to help other people. Also, such gifted people crave to get connected to someone who can understand them. They expect to have a deeper connection with someone which can later turn into a romantic relationship. All the time they crave for passionate people, and an understanding partner. When their desires don't turn into reality, they get trapped in their own thoughts. What happens next? Read the book and figure it out for yourself. It all lies in the ending of the book. I've shared the deepest thoughts of an intellectual. I suspect that most of the readers would successfully find conversations in the book related to their deep thoughts; they would be able to relate the authentic conversations with their lives. I guess I'm successful in predicting the reality. Remember: it is a boon to find someone just as passionate about something as you are, but it is pretty hard to get one in real life. One intellectual can have the capability to store numerous deep thoughts about most of the things in his mind.That's what the ending is all about.
Review by Sohinee Dey
When I first had a chance to grab this book, I was quite fascinated by the whole “mental masturbation” concept. Hey, “mindful orgasm” doesn’t sound that bad either, no? Seems like an erotica to you? Think again.
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I did not expect such a good content from this book. An extremely thought provoking book that makes you think about the essence of life in a different way. I love reading philosophical books as they make me think more about life and learn something good. This one was a different one from others as the entire book is a conversational one. You expect...Read full review