Book Review : A Mariachi & A Philosopher On Wheels ~ A Poem

A Mariachi & A Philosopher On Wheels ~ A Poem

Disclaimer : A paperback was provided in exchange of an honest review.

Blurb :

What do you get when there is a philosopher who loves to gain a better understanding of
his true inner self by involving himself in the outer world to its fullest, whose brain is at its
sharpest when he is experiencing the best while driving his car, and a musician who loves to
celebrate every moment of life by singing and playing his guitar—both of whom are flatmates
and the best of buddies with down to earth attitudes and charming personalities.
One fine day, out of the blue, the musician confides in his chum his heart is yearning to
desperately leave the metro and go to his village in another State which is quite far away, for a
family reunion and the only option is by road but he doesn’t want to take a taxi.
The default result is a purely fantastic road trip with outward sensory, but most
importantly, soul searching and soul satisfying experiences and rewards for both the philosopher
and the mariachi on wheels.

Review :

A Mariachi & A Philosopher On Wheels ~ A Poem is a collection of poems narrated by a philosopher. The poems are based on the journey of two unemployed engineers,

mariachi and the philosopher, through God’s Own Country, Kerala.

All the poems are simple yet effectively penned down. They induce the sketch of their journey in the reader’s mind. Rhyming scheme is not specific and it chnages with every poem. Recommended to the poetry lovera out there!

My Ratings : 4 🌟 /5

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