About The Book
Both Sonal and I were not getting sleep because of the new location. I took out Vishaad s diary. Sonal nosed in with curiosity.
\"You remember Vishaad, my college mate I was talking about?\" I asked, and she nodded affirmatively.I explained to her everything that happened after we came back in the past eight to ten days.
\"Is it real or a fairytale?\"
\"I am not sure myself. Still, certain questions remain unanswered. Hope things will unwind soon. But there is surely something weird. I am very eager to know,\" I said.
As I opened the diary to read, she too leaned on my shoulder and gave me company. I felt good.
Crossed arms with her and we both started to read - resuming from where I had stopped last night.
About The Author
Anantha Kamath, fifty-three, has more than thirty years of vast experience in various fields both in India and abroad. He is from Mangalore but currently settled in Vadodara, Gujarat. He spent seven years as a teacher. He launched his proud project Young Expressions to promote reading and writing habits among school children across Gujarat and continued it for four years. He has also tried his hands in the field of writing skits and short plays, directing and acting.
Thank God! I am NOT Civilized!! is his attempt to portray his perceptions as a common man based on his experiences. He is confident that these are not just his perceptions but of every layman.