The Directionless Son of Brain

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It’s the story of a seventeen years old boy who is on a journey to find the answers to his questions about life and his true identity.

This story traverses the path of life quite like the way we encounter people of several kinds. These people affect our ways and decisions in life quite often before we hold our reigns strongly.

Will this journey help him to find the direction he so badly needs? More

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About Saurabh Sharma

"An eccentric soul wearing human suit currently residing in India and enjoying the role-play of an indie author in this mysterious university called life!"

Saurabh Sharma is a creative young man from Hoshiarpur, India. A typical INFJ Personality Type by nature, Saurabh has always been curious about the human mind and behavior. He enjoys reading spiritual literature.

He loves to express his creative spirit through poetry as well. A few of his well-praised poems were published in a Punjabi Poetry Book titled "Kosse Chanan" in 2009. His lighthearted poems & songs always cheer people up on YouTube.

Right now, he is working on his upcoming projects.

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Theme of the book titled THE DIRECTIONLESS SON OF BRAIN
This video explains the theme of the book titled The directionless son of brain. All of us are looking for happiness in life, but do we actually know what happiness really is? This video raises some serious questions and motivates the viewer to search within themselves for all the answers.

Reviews

Review by: Victoria Stoklasa on April 20, 2013 : star star star star
This allegory of the path of growing up is easy to relate to and makes you want to find out what happens next. Although much of the symbolism seems to beat you over the head (characters and places are named things like Greed, Compassion, and so on), I applaud this book for not championing the extreme paths and encouraging the reader to seek a life of moderation and love for others.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Susanna C. Mahoney on Dec. 04, 2011 : star star star star star
This book explores the dilemma of which direction do we choice to take. It describes the lost journey of finding oneself vs. societal norms and introduces the concept of being true or false to selves. The writer's style uses psychology as its foundation. This author blends all self-identification concepts together, as the characters goes on a journey and discovers self and purpose. The plot aids the reader to think about their own destiny and make them desire to reevaluate their choices and regrets, and find a peaceful center to their existence. It brings the reader into the mysterious world of values, morals and judgment, which is mind inspiring.

This story makes the reader questioned how we all have real and false masks we wear, should it be unmasked and just accept ourselves and accept our differences that do not fit in the norm of civilization and be at peace with the decision. As the character explores to understand the concepts of societies configuration he continues exploring his inner soul awareness. He continues to explore the meaning of his destiny he meets all sorts of egos, greed, selfishness, and compassion and others that confronts him and prompts him and the reader to explore their own beliefs.
He receives insights to tap into his inner guidance to choose the right or wrong choices to walk or not his chosen path. This book is entertaining, especially for psychological, spiritual and readers who like to investigate the essence of life and be willing to ponder the question of developing into a higher personal transformation to become their own true individual against all psychological odds and seek their true calling.

http://www.smashwords.com/profile/view/SaurabhSharma, also can be purchase at Barnes and Nobles and Amazon.com.
This book stimulates the mind, rates at 5 stars. This book is a recommendation for students exploring psychology and insight of freewill and all willing to explore the unknown mysteries of the human brain and thoughts.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Susanna C. Mahoney on Dec. 04, 2011 : star star star star star
This book explores the dilemma of which direction do we choice to take. It describes the lost journey of finding oneself vs. societal norms and introduces the concept of being true or false to selves. The writer's style uses psychology as its foundation. This author blends all self-identification concepts together, as the characters goes on a journey and discovers self and purpose. The plot aids the reader to think about their own destiny and make them desire to reevaluate their choices and regrets, and find a peaceful center to their existence. It brings the reader into the mysterious world of values, morals and judgment, which is mind inspiring.

This story makes the reader questioned how we all have real and false masks we wear, should it be unmasked and just accept ourselves and accept our differences that do not fit in the norm of civilization and be at peace with the decision. As the character explores to understand the concepts of societies configuration he continues exploring his inner soul awareness. He continues to explore the meaning of his destiny he meets all sorts of egos, greed, selfishness, and compassion and others that confronts him and prompts him and the reader to explore their own beliefs.
He receives insights to tap into his inner guidance to choose the right or wrong choices to walk or not his chosen path. This book is entertaining, especially for psychological, spiritual and readers who like to investigate the essence of life and be willing to ponder the question of developing into a higher personal transformation to become their own true individual against all psychological odds and seek their true calling.

http://www.smashwords.com/profile/view/SaurabhSharma, also can be purchase at Barnes and Nobles and Amazon.com.

This book stimulates the mind, rates at 5 stars. This book is a recommendation for students exploring psychology and insight of freewill and all willing to explore the unknown mysteries of the human brain and thoughts.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: manu rabia on Sep. 17, 2011 : star star star star star
MIND BLOWING WORK..

Experience of reading this book was just marvellous.. i got so much indulged because of the simplest way of explaining the realistic things... although it was very short but it was very true.. i can say it is worth - reading.. one must read dis book... you'll def. feel Good.. very different kind of work... Jus wonderful....!
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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