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Reuben is a twenty-two year old Indian software engineer who has been sent by his employer to carry out an assignment in a client company in Bangladesh. His only friend in the foreign country is Abbas, a young database administrator, who also works in the same office.Despite the chaos, deadlines and drudgery associated with their corporate lives, the young men often make time to enjoy each others company during lunch or dinner.One day after work hours, when the two friends dine at an old and popular restaurant, they come across an eleven year old waiter boy - Shahab, whose enthusiasm and mannerisms instantly endear him to them.An unlikely friendship is forged between the child and his customers, and before long, Reuben and Abbas learn that Shahab has a rare gift... a gift that makes them see the child in a new light.** Select Reader Reviews **“The story Shahab is the celebration of Love and kindness that we worry, is disappearing from the world at an accelerated pace. It is the story of the strong bond between two geographically and sociologically distant hearts. We often meet Shahabs in our day-to-day life but we either don’t pay attention or pretend to ignore their existence. The story reminds that we can make big changes by our small steps. I will strongly recommend not only reading the story but also taking a bit of its message along with, to make this world a better place." - Binoy (on“If you like reading narratives that help you strengthen your belief in the goodness that is left in humanity, then Shahab is for you. Roji takes you to Bangladesh and in his unique style narrates an incident that took place there. He makes sure that those who read this are hooked till the end and crave for more of his writing. A perfect read over a cup of your favourite drink on a quiet evening and be prepared to be transported.” – Cherry MP (on

Detalhes do Produto

    • Ano de Edição: 2015
    • Ano:  2015
    • País de Produção: Canada
    • Código de Barras:  2000956039992
    • ISBN:  9781310088667

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