Published Reviews

 

"INSPIRING and AMAZING, A novel not to be missed!"


"This beautiful story travels from India to New York through the past and the present as Lucky searches for meaning in her shattered life. One can’t help but feel compassion toward this character even as her strength and will power inspire."


"An amazing experience with a valuable lesson to learn."


"A rare blend of masterful storytelling, luminous prose, and thought-provoking themes."


"What I admire most about Lucky Everyday is its intelligence of voice - not only the craftsmanship but the sense of place, well-fleshed characters, and smooth prose."


"Impressive…A wonderful story of courage, spirituality, and womanhood…It is eminently engaging and difficult to put down."


In a fast paced tale of romance and intrigue, the twists come just at the right moment. If you are looking for the one book for a pleasant trip, look no further.
“The Blind Pilgrim now published as Lucky Everyday is the PERFECT read.”


 

Reviews on the Internet

 

Reviews for the Book Lucky Everyday

Name: Mary
Email: mary.chambers@ga.natixis.co    
Comments: I wish you Bapsy all the very best in 2010 and just a short note to add; I loved your book "Lucky everyday" I still go back to it and re-read some pages that I've marked off - very enlightening. Take care, Mary


Name: Duchess
Email: Duchesslisaw@aol.com   
Comments: Hello Bapsy, I would like to read your book, so I'm going to buy it asap, the main reason is because I'm losing my eye sight, related to a brain tumor that I recently had removed last two months ago. Before my surgery I practiced Bikram Yoga at the greenvalley studio, here in henderson nv...I had a chance to meet bikram back in may when he visited our studio. I'm sure that I will gain, strength and hope from ur novel. I have heard so much about it too. So I wish u much happiness and peace, and know that ur book will do very well. Best Wishes


Name: Ritu Tibrewala
Email: ritu.tibrewala@spjain.org   
Comments: Dear Mrs. Jain, I've been wanting to write to you since last week of July 2009, when I read your book - The Blind Pilgrim for the first time (en route to completing all road shows for our institute). It is a compelling and a classic book, and I definitely could not grasp every word. I sat with an MS Word document or a dictionary to quickly look for meanings of the words :):) Hence, I read it for the second time, when the message sank deeper. My Compliments to you for the message to the reader, the flow of the book and level of the language! Hence, I decided to write to you. All the best for your future endeavors! With regards, Ritu Tibrewala


Name: Zaneta
Email: gaulliss@gmail.com  
Comments: I just wanted to let you know how much I enjoyed Lucky Everyday and BEG for a sequel. You are going to come back and give us more about Lucky and her life after the ordeal, right? If not, I would love to know when you're going to write another book. I love your writing style and the insight you provide in the story.


Name: belinda
Email: mo_belinda@yahoo.com  
Comments: I just finished your book ( took me a day and a half) and all I can say is THANK YOU. It opened my mind to a new way of living. I will definetly recommand it to my friends. Is Lucky going to end up with Steve? or will you make Laila disappear somehow :)? Is Night Vision out already? So many questions and I am sorry about that. Just wanted to say thank you for writting this book and happy new year. Belinda, Paris France


Name: Mona
Email: mona.trikha@gmail.com  
Comments: Loved it! Please do write a sequel as I want to know more about Lucky. I will be waiting patiently. Thanks a million!


Name: Aditi
Email: aditiamalik@gmail.com  
Comments: Hi Author I adored the novel and have read it 3 times over and still want more! Could not put it down. Steve was so well carved out! So unusual and such an original book…give us more please….and soon too.


Name: Anjali Jog
Email: anjali.jog@gmail.com 
Comments: How did you do this Simly amazing and we need many Lucky Everyday's to guide us through. I have marked sections for myself for re reads.


Name: Farhat
Email: farhatnoor@gmail.com
Comments: Lucky Everyday is my favorite novel. I have told all my pals about it and it has bestseller written all over it! I know it will do very well and I hope everybody reads it and enjoys it as much as me. Good luck to you.


Name: Bhavisha Sanadhya
Email: bsanadhya@gmail.com
Comments: Hi Bapsy jain I was so struck by your novel Lucky Everyday that I would like a follow on to Lucky’s life. She for me is the perfect heroine strong but vulnerable and taken over by events which she wades through! That is so like life. I often wonder what Lucky would have done in my pwn circumstances. Thanks


Name: Gopa Haikonen
Email: gotimo@gmail.com
Comments: Dear Author Please do let me know when we can have a sequel for Lucky Everyday. We all need it especially my friend circle in Finland! Thanks


Name: Martina Esberger
Email: m.esberger@aon.net
Comments: Hi Lucky I have just read your novel and wonder how you put all thsi together. Did it take 10 years and it was a great effort. Please do write more on Lucky. Does she hook up in the end with Amay. My guess ids yes. Right? Best wishes Martina


Name: Rinske Boersma
Email: rinske.boersma@gmail.com
Comments: For me this is the best novel ever. For my friends also. I did not like what happened to Lucky but I loved the story and Shanti. I wish there could be more of Shanti and the prisoners!


Name: Shilpa
Email: shilpa02@gmail.com
Comments: You have sent me in a diffrent world the world of Lucky Everyday. Could not put it down and liked your novel, It has something for us all especially us women!!! Keep writing and we will keep reading. Highest Regards to you.


Name: Priti
Email: pritisanghvi@gmail.com
Comments: Lucky gives us courage in the face of adversity. That is the strong point of the novel. I needed to see more of all the characters and Steve was the msot interesting, I am still questioning the irony of the setting of a prison. The more I read the more I am understanding the irony in the novel. Well done to you.


Name: Greg Williams
Email: readforlife@mountaincable.net
Comments: Received a copy of your novel on Friday Sept 18th for review. I am a Dean Koontz fan among others. At that time I was in the middle of Mr. Koontz new novel, Relentless, which is very good. I put him aside, and started on your novel, Lucky Everyday. This was some time around 5pm Friday. Weekends at our abode can be full at times, so when I had spare time I was picking up your novel. I finished at 9pm Sunday night. Well it left me with a small amount of disappointment. My journey with Lucky, came to an end. Honestly I wanted more. Your novel was excellent, I think most readers will have a hard time putting it down. From beginning to end, my emotions went on a roller coaster ride. Your talent will be one worth progressing with over years to come. With the likes of Yann Martel and Life of Pi. You Mrs. Bapsy Jain will be a travelers delight for the imagination. Your writing is up there with the likes of Capote, Salinger, Koontz and King.


Name: Shrikant Krishan
Email: shrikant.krishan@citi.com
Comments: I just finished reading your book and would like you to know that I enjoyed it very much. I took over a month to read it, as I do with most books. However during the course of the month, I always looked forward to getting back to where I had left off. I think you have articulated very well the personal and spiritual challenges and tribulations experienced by a contemporary person in the modern urban world. And the book skillfully weaves Indian thinking and philosophy as something whose applicability transcends countries and cultures and time. The book reflects the author's keen sensitivity and compassion for the human condition. The history or basis of the strong bond between Alec/Susan and Lucky did not come through to me. After all they played a crucial role in her survival. I also thought you would depict at least one torrid scene between Lucky and Amay ! The ending quote on spiritual beings undergoing a human experience is wonderful and powerful ; you may in fact have spent a couple pages delving into it. Thank you for this great novel!


Name: Charmaine Courtis
Email: ccourtis@schulich.york.ca
Comments: Some people are born to read what other people write. Bapsy Jain was born to write... Lucky Everyday, her first book, is a wonderful novel. As a reader I was pulled into the story very quickly. Lucky, was someone easy to feel connected to. Lucky was a very likable character. She was bright, independently minded and very strong. The story had so many unpredictable twists and turns. This kept me wondering what was going to happen next. The use of yoga was brilliantly integrated into the story line giving a weight to the message. I found myself, sitting up late into the night reading, not wanting to put the book down. Bapsy Jain, left me thinking there is much more to Lucky's story.... and when I finished the novel, I was wanting to read on.


Name: Caton Bredar
Email: catonmai@aol.com
Comments: I certainly agree with those who said Lucky Every Day was "unputdownable". I was actually a little disappointed with it was "over", as I wasn't ready to disconnect from the lives of the characters. While Lucky was certainly someone I wanted to know--someone I would enjoy having as a friend--I actually found her attraction to, and kindness to, Steve, one of the more inspiring and interesting aspects of the book. Steve was actually a character who inspired me the most, as someone who was trying to do the right thing, against all his past experiences, and against the odds. His transformation when extended kindness by Lucky, and ultimately his desire to have more for his child--more than he ever got as a child--is something very moving and special to me. I was also moved by the inter-connectedness of people and places, and the idea that we are all in this together, and that we are all essentially the same--a central and intriguing theme. I have recommended the book to many of my "reader" friends and am excited to hear how work is going on your future projects.


Name: Hamna Zaman
Email: hamna.zaman@spjain.org
Comments: Lucky has become one of my favorite characters and her resilience and vibrant approach to life is something that continues to inspire me. Her mantra BOK is one which I too have taken up. Congratulations once again on writing a very compelling novel.


Name: Maia
Email: mterashv@mcw.edu
Comments: Lucky Everyday has an array of characters that have made me think. The ending is touching and I am waiting to read the next book in the series.


Name: Mukut Sharma
Email: msharma@mcw.edu
Comments: I read through the book and appreciated the lonely struggle that some women endure.


Name: Jayashree Narayanan
Email: jay_narayanan@yahoo.com
Comments: Lucky comes to realize that the easy choices are not always the best. Nor are riches and wealth. The novel puts this message across in a powerful way. Bapsi Jain has done a splendid job.


Name: Meetha Medhora
Email: medhoram@mcw.edu
Comments: I was intrigued by the life styles, stories and philosophies in the book Lucky Everyday. It was hard to put it down. This is a splendid read and had universal appeal! Congrats!!


Name: Devika Fonseka
Email: devikafonseka@hotmail.com
Comments: Hi Bapsy Congratulations on your book, I just finished reading it. It really is fantastic. I loved every bit of it but a bit saddened at the end. Are you into Yoga? It seems so, as while reading the book you were able to take the reader to meditation. A MUST read for all!


Name: Lucy
Email: lucybriganza@yahoo.com
Comments: What an inspirational novel it is. From the beginning to the end it has a new message for every new chapter. It's about women strength and her fight to regain her self. Though Lucky is not so lucky as her name but her confidence and will power makes her from unlucky to lucky everyday. It was a great read; I am really inspired with it. It's about to see things in a positive way inspite of bad circumstances and to believe in yourself. This is really a not to be missed novel.


Name: Rads
Email: radhikafec@yahoo.com
Comments: I loved the book it was one of the books which I could not keep it down till I finished it and I could not stop thinking how Lucky struggled to find her way back in NY and yet did not give up at any point.


Name: Taj
Email: begam.mumtaj@gmail.com
Comments: Really loved it so much! A novel for all and I was saddened by the ending but I feel you should not let Lucky die so we can have a sequel please!


Name: Nadia
Email: nadia23b7@hotmail.com
Comments: Hi author What a lovely book to read and I did not put it down. I shared Lucky's experiences and was thrilled by a novel so unique and so enchanting! Well done!!


Name: Hanna
Email: hannabegam@hotmail.com
Comments: What a different way to see life and to understand things are how we see them only. You have changed the way I see things and I thank you so much for that! Please do write more and thrill us with another novel! Please.


Name: Hussy
Email: hussain_altrage@hotmail.com
Comments: I loved the character of Steve and the way a convict surprised us by sticking out his neck for Lucky! Life is like that full of surprises. Excellent book.


Name: Maim
Email: maimoon_razak@hotmail.com
Comments: Dear Author When I was forced to read your novel I was apprehensive but I enjoyed it so much I had ro let you know. Thanks and I usually do not read or am not into books but I will pass this one on to all I know as they will enjoy it!


Name: Mandy
Email: mn821@nyu.edu
Comments: I thought the book was wonderful; here is my experience, reading it. "Lucky Everyday" reveals the exquisite beauty of the simplicity of ones heart's desires and the complexity of it's passionate actions. The author paints every setting in the novel with a meticulous brush; the vividness of the characters and their surroundings is simply astounding. The journey of the title character, Lucky Boyce, evokes a sense of gorgeous poignancy as well as rekindled optimism. Lucky's honest charm juxtaposed with the conspiring egos of her destined adversaries exposes the nuanced complexities of trust, inherent in human relationships. Through the story we witness the creation, destruction and recreation of an examined life. Lucky's journey epitomizes the vibrancy, as well as the depravity, of two magnificent cities. Lucky's path draws us into the seductive beau monde of Bombay and the spirited bohemia of New York; yet illustrates how quickly these worlds can be transformed by circumstance. The author illustrates how the splendor of a world can woefully breed megalomanic characters that seek to destroy the truth. Lucky's experiences disclose the veiled bigotry of society and the lonely path to salvation. As she navigates her afflicted course, Lucky embodies an unfailing grace and an innate strength; her character is moving, enriching, and extraordinarily inspirational. The spellbinding novel compels you to read it in one sitting, but Lucky's fighting faith resonates with you long after. Lucky's story finds a place beyond reason and emotion, but meditates in a profound corner of your consciousness, silently inspirational and powerfully memorable. Thank you for the lovely experience of the book! :)


Name: Billie Mullick
Email: bmullick@schulich.yorku.ca
Comments: Lucky Everyday, I loved it - very absorbing and the characters were each so unique in their own way - Lucky full of gumption and courage, Shanti with her incredible wisdom and the calm way in which she explained how one must deal with life's trials and tribulations, not to mention the prison in-mates. I am sure writing this book was hard work but also a lot of fun and fulfilling when it was finally done. A super novel. I passed the copies you sent me to a couple of my Canadian friends. What next? Billiie


Name: Jenny
Email: jennybinny@gmail.com
Comments: The book carries a deeper message for us all. Long after I finished the book, Shanti's messages and Lucky's learning's linger on. :)


Name: Matthew
Email: matthew.chueng@gs.on.ca
Comments: Hi Bapsy, Lucky everyday is a beautiful novel. Lucky adopts Steve's child. This shows what a big heart she has that even in spite of her problems Lucky can reach out to save another being. I believe like Alec we all have the power to change a life or many lives but we do not do so. This novel makes me want to do for others and somehow only when we really reach out to others do we really help ourselves. Adoption is one of the noblest things we can do to give another hope and there are so many children in the world without families, who need a home! I'm glad that Lucky chose to adopt Steve's child and I am sure this will inspire others to do likewise. A superb novel which will hit the bestseller list! Regards, Matthew Cheung Toronto, On


Name: Nikita
Email: raindrop_ofspring@yahoo.com
Comments: Hi I just had to write to you after reading your novel as it was simply the best. And I mean that duh simply the best! The ending was so strong that this life fades away and everything we do comes to a nothing! But please please do not let Lucky die. BTW my friend who read it cried thinking Lucky dies.


Name: Amy Lamy
Email: freshbreeze_ofwinter@yahoo.com
Comments: What a novel so many things happening and so much there to chew on. Have been relating Lucky's stories to my pals and we have discussed so much of what happens. Great thoughts there that help us all so much. Could not help falling in love with Steve!


Name: Tina Sen
Email: sentina18@yahoo.com
Comments: Lucky Everyday wish I could be like her but it is not easy. A really endearing character who has so much to offer us readers. I read it took you 10 years and I think that the experience this has given us has matured all its readers more than 10 years. It has worked for me. Thanks.


Name: Chits Sharma
Email: salsharma@aol.com
Comments: Dear Author I was deeply moved by your novel. I particularly liked Shanti and her teachings and yes now I truly look at my possessions as illusions and they no longer own me! We have to be less material to really enjoy this life. Thanks for this great gift of knowledge.


Name: Dianne Kirby
Email: diannekirby12@yahoo.ca
Comments: Hello Bapsy, This novel appeals universally to all - old and young and both women and men. I really could not put it down and it did move me deeply. I forced all my family and friends to read it and every one had a different take on what they liked. We did discuss it a lot and the one consensus I got was that it was loved by all. That speaks of a very good book indeed. One of my favorites for sure! Best Wishes, Dianne Kirby Mississauga, Ontario.


Name: Khursheed
Email: kbapasola@yahoo.com
Comments: Firstly let me congratulate you on writing a thought provoking novel which I couldn't put down. Looking forward to reading the sequel. You certainly are talented - first in Finance i read you are a Chartered Accountant and now writing ! This novel has made me do a retake on my perception, I realize things are only as we see them!!


Name: Melvin Sterne
Email: melvinsterne@yahoo.com
Comments: A great book for all readers, despite that Penguin appears to target young women in particular. Lucky, the protagonist, grows from an ambitious young professional to a fully-mature woman. But the twists and turns and interesting characters she meets along way will keep any reader turning pages. A mystery? Absolutely. A coming-of-age novel? Sort of. A novel with a message? Yes. But above all, a page turner with a strong inspiring message. A very entertaining book.


Name: Zellia
Email: zellia@gmail.com
Comments: Hi Thank you for your novel Lucky Everyday. In a few words, it is the best!!! I adored Lucky the twists and turns and now I have a different perspective on life. Life is to be cherished and that can be done when we look at things in a right way and not get carried away with our thoughts! Thanks for my new perspective!


Name: Usha
Email: ukiran@msn.com
Comments: Dear Author As a lover learner and teacher of yoga I love the novel Lucky Everyday. It is so inspiring and has inspired many yoga enthusiasts. Shanti was great and anyone can see why the novel has moved so many readers!


Name: Eva
Email: evaghosh@rcn.com
comments: Really enjoyed Lucky Everyday and had to pen my appreciation for the same. Wow! what a great job and I know why it took so long to put together. Your efforts will help millions of readers around the world as it has such a universal theme! Well done!


Name: Ashok
Email: ashok.vaswani@yahoo.com
Comments: Fantastic what a moving story and what a great ending.. for all of us to learn to see things rather than just imagine them! Will recommend it to one and all!


Name: Mira
Email: mira@mziglobal.com
Comments: Bapsy I have read your novel Lucky Everyday and then read it again and again. What a life teacher and how real! When is the sequel coming out so we can have more of this especially today a dose of what we all need.


Name: Elizabeth Moore
Email: elizabeth006@gmail.com
Comments: Lucky Everyday is a well crafted novel with lots of surprises, twists and turns. I simply loved the character of Lucky and the fact that she is like a typical 'girl-next-door' battling and struggling with everyday issues like the rest of us. Lucky Everyday gives me courage and hope. It subtly blends the Asian principles of philosophy with a modern take on love and life. I was so wrapped in the novel that by the end of it, i felt i had gained a friend, philosopher and guide in this book.


Name: Lilly Markson
Email: musicqueen55@gmail.com
Comments: I really enjoyed reading Lucky Everyday and the way in which it talked about India and the culture there. I love getting glimpses of Indian cultures, and this is so much cheaper than traveling to India!! I think I can relate to some of Lucky's problems because in a way they are universal, what all of us face sometime or the other and the way she overcomes them. The trusim to real life was what held the book together.


Name: Badgerfan
Email: sphadnis@wi.rr.com
Comments: The characters in the novel are like everyday characters but Shanti's voice really stood out . That's a good thing -- the lessons here are timeless, and Shanti's murmur in the background makes the novel a must-read. There is so much to chew on and the way events happen, Lucky joining Mike as a business partner despite him hustling her. That is how life is- we take the shortest cuts and land ourselves in trouble! I have passed the book on to my friend who also loved it!


Name: Felicity Johns
Email: felic@yahoo.com
Comments: Great story that has taught me so much. The plot was a real twister but what hooked me to Lucky Everyday was the lesson that we should not let our emotions take control. Now that I am more aware, I can make a conscious effort. I do think harder before reacting or jumping to conclusions. I hope more people will read Lucky Everyday and learn from it like I did.


Name: Sheren
Email: ffmazda@gmail.com
Comments: Lucky in this book were so believable and so are the events. Jain comments on life as it happens and while in a novel one may say that is only a chance these chances are really what make up our lives. The chance that Lucky had to marry Amay but missed it is so true to life. The ending was not pat a little harsh but ever so satisfying that this lady is able to look beyond and even in that state understand that this was what she had to face and had to find the happiness in her heart really brought huge tear drops to my eyes. Yes a truly satisfying different novel that was so enjoyable.


Name: Murtuza
Email: rmurtuza@yahoo.ca
Comments: Dear Mrs. Jain I enjoyed the subtle of symbols and ironies in Lucky Everyday. When Lucky wonders who would trespass onto prison grounds which she herself is doing and likewise when she wonders how prisoners can live their lives behind gates and guards; but she herself lives in a gated community with guards. Like it is pointed out to her life is a prison and in a way we are prisoners in one way or another, !our habits our likes and dislikes and our fears do imprison us!! We also have to look to free ourselves and that is what makes this novel great it shows us our own thinking and forces us to introspect our lives. I want to learn yoga too!! All the best Regards, Murtuza Markham, ON


Name: Monica a medical doctor
Email: ffmazda@aol.com
Comments: Lucky Everyday isn't just called that because it's about a girl named Lucky - it's because the book shows that life is all about luck and what an important part luck plays in life. The good part is it shows us how to move ahead and not let luck really influence us as our reactions and thoughts are what moulds our future. We all make huge mistakes and over react to many things and like Lucky they stare at us in the face later, like for example Lucky not taking a second opinion from a doctor in Bombay when she is told she cannot conceive. A useful lesson for us all.


 

Reviews for the Book Blind Pilgrim (Now called Lucky Everyday)

 

Name: Sandy.
Email: sandhyamerchant@hotmail.com
Comments: Dear Bapsy, Lucky and her connection with Shanti, was to me a subtle, extrasensory connection between a guru and a shishya (student Or one who receives knowledge). The lessons taught by Shanti were absorbed by Lucky and created an oasis of calm within her. It has inspired me to start my own inner search in seeking for truth. I thank "The Blind Pilgrim " for leading me to also explore the different aspects of yoga, and how mental peace can be attained through a concentrated effort to practice the breathing exercises.


Name: Nivedita nagpal
             (writer, Mumbai)
Email:
nagpalnivedita@gmail.com
Comments:
Dear Author, My take on your novel The Blind Pilgrim. Just great! Lucky is a real woman...someone you would find in your own family. You would not know what she has gone through till she has been compelled to reveal. Sometimes truth is stranger than fiction, indeed!


Name: Mitali
Email: mitalimerchant@gmail.com
Comments:
Dear Mrs. Jain, I absolutely loved the book and have to say that Lucky the protagonist of the novel the Blind Pilgrim was like so real going through similar trials and tribulations that everyone comes across sometime. That gave her a sense of realness and showed me the book is in touch with reality and the way out of the messes we find ourselves in so much of the time. At that moment they appear real but like Shanti says, “everything passes.” I would put this as one of the best novels one can read today.


Name: Malvika Khatri
Email: malvika25@gmail.com
Comments:
The Blind Pilgrim is inspiring! Perception, position and possession are only illusions and when I see the way Shanti puts this across and think about it I agree in the long run they are illusions changing from time to time with our changing perceptions. There is no real good and bad as Lucky sees Steve can be good and Perkins the law enforcer can be bad. Overall the book is brilliant and I highly recommend it for all.


Name: Priyanka Jogani.
Email: priyankajogani@gmail.com
Comments:
Dear Ms. Jain, What I like best in the Blind Pilgrim was the parable of the Blind Pilgrim, the man who found himself in a way by walking the path. It's true - we can never judge another until we've walked in their shoes! For me the Blind Pilgrim was a great read and the way it mixes around ideas and events made it so special and different as a novel!


Name: Jahnavi Joshi
Email: jahnavijoshi@gmail.com
Comments: Dear Author, The Blind Pilgrim is an unusual and broad based novel. It has something for all of us and switches from being drama to an action packed thriller thriller to a romance novel and a great inspiration for yoga enthusiasts and for people to start yoga. I am sure Lucky’s the heroine accomplishments would be diminished without her great yoga feats! A must read for all and a novel with a great message for living life.


Name: Adhiraj
Email: adhirajharish@gmail.com
Comments:
Dear Ms. Jain The Blind Pilgrim was just great! It weaves together many incidents and events ultimately showing us how to take control of our lives by looking at them rationally and keeping our emotions in check. If we realize how to play the game and the Blind Pilgrim puts life in perspective like a game eventually we will succeed and success is learning to enjoy our lives and feel good about ourselves. I had never viewed things this way but now I have a new perspective and this novel teaches me how to be feel free!


Name: Babs
Email: babssachdev@hotmail.com
Comments:
Dear Author, Your novel’s heroine Lucky showed me how to look at things differently to examine different stand points and perspective, to act rather than to react. Shanti really moved me and I read and re-read Shanti’s words in the novel. This really has some words of wisdom for everyone and that is what appeals in the novel. Besides it is so unique I must have read many many novels but to read one as powerful as this one has to be lucky just once. A powerful story and like I said before truly unique.


Name: Edith
Email: tfketk@yahoo.com
Comments:
Dear Bapsy, I loved the novel so much I have given it on to so many friends and all have read it. I will put it in the book clubs too as I feel it has something for everybody. It has made me rethink a lot of issues and has had a profound effect on me!


Name: Farida
Email: farida.irani@gmail.com
Comments: Hi, You have done a wonderful job and I marvel at how you managed to put so many things together and make up this novel. Truly exceptional and a novel with life changing thoughts. You have made the difference as you say in your novel we have the power to change lives!! Thanks you so much


Name: Jo
Email: jnevatia@hotmail.com
Comments: Bapsy I love the spirituality and originality of The Blind Pilgrim. This is a new trend in writing and I hope many follow your example, I am sure with the success of this novel and I am informed it is a best seller it will all happen. My yoga teacher loved it too and so did all my friends.


Name: Pervin
Email: pervin0607@gmail.com
Comments: Hey author, This novel taught me to write as things happen. I loved that and being a writer a poet and an editor too that is what we should be doing in a story form that teaches, speaking out straight and as things happen. A novel for all and a must read too! Best


Name: Rads
Email: radhikafec@yahoo.com
Comments: Dear Ms Jain, The Blind Pilgrim was a novel I could not put down. I was reading it even while waiting for my sons bus and while crossing literally! Like you say all is perception and I that is so true. I loved the yoga and this novel will make me continue yoga. Best wishes

 

 
 
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