Praise for the book

 

Losing My Religion is a story of self discovery…A page-turner this one”

–The New Indian Express

 

LMR is a commercial potboiler that combines entertainment with substance and has a cracker of a story-line”

–The Pioneer

 

“Vishwas Mudagal redefines the nuances of gaming and reality show in his debut novel which is a gripping tale of how to overcome setbacks and seize opportunities to reach the top”

Zafri Mudasser Nofil, Press Trust of India (PTI)

 

“From rib-tickling humour to a sizzling love story to a thrilling good versus evil battle . . . Losing My Religion has got all the ingredients to keep one engrossed!”

Aditi Mahajan, reader

 

LMR is a gripping novel with a different and straightforward story. As is typical of most Indian writers nowadays, they use fancy/intriguing titles, but when you read the book, it’s a disappointment. LMR is different in that aspect. I like the way it has been told. And I just loved the Malana bit!”

Shweta Kukreja, reader

 

“A grand debut by Vishwas Mudagal, a writer to watch out for. An exciting read!”

Pankaj Advani, world champion, billiards and snooker

 

“Vishwas Mudagal has narrated the story in an interesting, racy, and dramatic manner. It is full of unexpected turns and twists, and maintains suspense till the end. It is bound to become very popular!”

CN Ramachandran, author, critic, Sahitya Akademi award winner

 

“An interesting debut novel about the youth. A good read!”

Mallika Sarabhai, renowned classical dancer, actress, social activist, Padma Bhushan awardee

 

“The game of life is the riddle gamer and developer Rishi Rai tries to crack in a cross India romp from Bangalore to Himachal Pradesh and on to Goa and Karnataka. Each is delivered in a fishbowl for our delectation in novelist Vishwas Mudagal’s bromance between Rishi and Haight-Asbury hippie Alex as Rishi battles his own demons, first finding meaning only in burnout-prone obsessions, and then holding life at arm’s length until a girl straightens him out”

Dan Seligson, Novelist & Entrepreneur based in Silicon Valley, San Francisco

 

“A befitting must-read for the youth of today…”

Mitchell Levy, Thought Leader, CEO of THiNKaha, San Francisco

 

“Good storytelling, matured handling of a handsome narrative/plot…a very passionate read”

Rohit Nallapeta, Founder and CEO, AdNuance.com, San Francisco

 

“A passionate tale of an enterprising young businessman, a lost heart, a genius mind, a fallen star . . . the trails of his undulating rides through the course called life, all wrapped in a beautifully-knitted whole”

Rajesh Setty, San Francisco based Serial Entrepreneur, Author, Speaker and Alchemist

 

Losing My Religion is a masterpiece! An unpredictable and racy thriller which gives you goosebumps while reading it. Mudagal deserves accolades for his way of thinking and for giving us a sure classic which will be remembered by generations to come and will be a sure favourite in the bookshelf of book lovers”

– Bookadorers.com

 

Losing My Religion is a stunning legend! The unveiling volume by Vishwas Mudagal is a tale of love, liberty, aspiration, reverie, enmity, and an expedition of existence. A spellbinding work of fiction with a thumping ostentatious culmination! Awe-inspiring!”

– Kalyan Pankaj, critic and blogger

 

“There are few books that take you by surprise sometimes… Losing My Religion fall(s) into that category. It is a read that does not disappoint at all”

– IBNLive.com

 

Losing My Religion by Vishwas Mudagal is a must-read for every entrepreneur. Engrossing, inspiring and spectacular, LMR is bound to become a sensation”

– Amit Singh, Director- HeadStart Network, Founder- WowLabs

 

” While reading the novel, I felt like I had known the characters all my life! The fast-paced story-line left me craving for more! The characters have been given life through the descriptions. It is an interesting and refreshing novel. The story was so intriguing that in spite of reading it a couple of weeks back, the story has stuck with me and will continue to do so for a long time. I feel that this book appeals to the youth of India. I loved the story, and it is must-read novel!”

– Sahana Subraminion, blogger

 

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