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El Firfire really an incredible piece of art in Zoete tranen literature i hold my breath throughout the novelookz Water Music lyk an adventurechild adventure actuallyi can t stop myself from thinkin about the great and endless intimate friendship between Pawane and BanteTheir naughty and mischievous acts are really hilarious n funny forced me to believe asively characters n very easy to imagine the characters i reacalled the moment when i used to play firfire in the bamboo forest widz my frenz sometime the characters made me Revived laugh and somtime made my eyes waterysometime it takes me in deep gloom and some incidents create hilarious spiritsthis novel has a soul igniting momentsuse of typical nepalianguage n accentsshow the real rural Student Research Projects in Calculus life full of sperstitionsGreat combination of comedy n emotions it is funny to funniest and sad to saddest i will miss the child characters Bante and Pawane this novel binds us from the very begining to the endGoosebumbs appeared while reading the novelBuddhisagar won t disappoint and his charmness of Karnali Blues can easily be found in this novelove in ummmahhh The anguage is just AMAZING I oved how Buddhisagar introduces and gives details of all of his characters all the ittle things about Them Are Inspiring Simply LOVED are inspiring
Simply LOVED Book ThankLOVED book Thank Buddhisagar for this kind of addition to our Nepali Literature 45 An outstanding masterpiece praiseworthy brilliant piece of work It tied me from the beginning and took me to those good old days of my ife my childhood That innocent friendship childhood naughtiness myth over traditional healer boksi pratha some A Heart of Stone lok katha andocal politics Everything is nice about the book among them particularly the plot over some favor. Killer Chilgadi the goon Rocky Dada the village shaman Kohinoor all colorful characters who delight and surprise readers in eual measureWritten in a sweet flowing anguage Firfire brings back the kaleidoscopic memories of our individual past. Ative traditions prevalent in rural nepalThe writer Has Kept The Language Simple Yet The kept the anguage simple yet the of nepali onmatopoetic words is outstanding Once you start this novel you cant refrain yourself from this beautiful peace of work until it is finished Even you finish it the characters and their imaginations will KEEP ON REVOLVING IN YOUR MIND LIKE PHIRPHIRE THIS on revolving in your mind ike PHIRPHIRE This an excellent piece by Buddhisagar ji It truly reminded my childhood Reading give you a hungover for few days You will found mirror of yourselves in many characters Mainly Pawan and Basant #aka Bante friendship and childhood s mischievousness show you the same naughtiness that # Bante friendship and childhood s mischievousness show you the same naughtiness that have experienced in your childhood if you are inhabitant from the downtown villages of rural Nepal Guys grown up in high society or developed cities can get a thrilling jealousy for not having that priceless moments but ove to go thoroughlyI have grown up in bit developed town but the same retentivity when we one of my cousin and a best friend do the same way potty over the mango tree branches or swimming in a riverpond hiding from parents roaming in bamboo bushes scratching names in trunks to get it remembered in future and the affectation with beautiful girls new year greetings in filmy post card etc etc Fondness of Bollywood movie act and dance Divertimento like Mithun and Govinda count every penny and save it for next release so on Firfire not as expected from the writer of an epic fiction Karnali Blues though not bad to add in your bookshelves it gives you a complete returns of your expenses of buying the bookYou found your very own story in itKudos to BuddhisagarGood Work Applause wowamazing fabulous magneficient brilliant n praiseworthy Read the nov. Lways wanted to forget And thus unfolds the story of his friendship with Pawan who falls prey to village politics and superstitionsosing his memory in the process This story is multilayered with the stories of the oving Jethiaama the snake.
A truly moving book This book made me cry and smile so many times I could see Pawan and Basanta Carving Their Names I times I could see Pawan and Basanta Carving Their Names I their names I could Juthiaamai s story with them Juthiaamai s fate made me cry and realize that this is the fate of many women iving in rural areas who are accused of being boksi All characters have their own stories and the author has justified each one s Especially the part where Basanta imagines Pawan walking on the river and eaving him gave me goosebumps I was so
Immersed In The Bookin the book even after I finished it this story will be stuck in my head forever Loved it than Karnali Blues Really awesome well written ets you imagine the context feel the moment of bliss and happiness wrench your heart and makes you sob in few moments ets you flow with the stories eads you through the Bangkok Wakes to Rain lives of character spectacularly each moment is so well written you feel it yourself Makes your heart flutter Loved it Kite Runner s nepali version for me Grips my heart make itaugh cry happy and sad Powerful Really an amazing book Couldnot get enough of The story or the Characters This novel is OUTSTANDING piece of Nepali The Right Sort of Man (Sparks Bainbridge Mystery literature Very very simple but heart touching It gives very vivid description of village scenario Slangsocal names of the villagers day today psychology of villagers and tiny Darkmere local politics are very nicely presented The writer makes the reader imagine the scenarios by his magical way of writing Though it is simple in overall but deep rooted meanings ofife are very wisely revealed Even the medical conditions are so vividly described that me being a doctor was highly impressed with writers knowledge Writer has very brilliantly described the taboos and consev. One day Basanta hears that his house in the village is about to be demolished Overwhelmed with nostalgia he goes back to his village to see the house one Et si la maladie n'tait pas un hasard ? last time after 16ong years And then begins a journey to his past a past that he has