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The Gateway of India, built in the early twentieth century, served as a ceremonial entrance to the city of Bombay. Today, it remains the city’s most famous landmark. This collection of four linked short stories provides a gateway into the lives of the residents of Chughani Manor, a building in an affluent Bombay neighborhood. A retired cricketer gains a young protégé who hThe Gateway of India, built in the early twentieth century, served as a ceremonial entrance to the city of Bombay. Today, it remains the city’s most famous landmark. This collection of four linked short stories provides a gateway into the lives of the residents of Chughani Manor, a building in an affluent Bombay neighborhood. A retired cricketer gains a young protégé who helps him make an important choice. A resident befriends an ayurvedic practitioner whose fame spreads throughout the neighborhood. Slum redevelopment efforts bring new meaning to a couple dealing with their empty nest. This second book in the series provides snapshots that capture a different side of India’s most cosmopolitan city....

Title : Gateway of India, Book Two
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ISBN : 25637859
Format Type : Kindle Edition
Number of Pages : 52 Pages
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Gateway of India, Book Two Reviews

  • Lela
    2018-07-29 22:00

    Once again I am swept away into the lives of several Indian families living in the same apartment building. Mr Doyle's characters ring true and are as dimensional as you and I. The stories, though culturally different, mirror events in any of our lives. His writings are always a pleasure to read - this is no exception but rather a wonderful enjoyable experience. I was given this book by the author in exchange for an honest review.

  • Kathryn
    2018-07-24 20:50

    Ken Doyle writes from the heart of Bombay. As in Book One, hIs stories of ordinary lives are told in an extraordinary way so that the reader is given a glimpse into the lives of what makes people interesting; their idiosyncrasies. And then he takes it a step further in linking characters across stories, seemingly for no other reason that they already exist, and in doing so, extends the glimpse into a community. Like his Gateway to India: Book One, Book Two is an enjoyable read.

  • Ken
    2018-08-14 01:51