Book Review: Pinto Has An Idea by Rajeev Saxena

Pinto Has An Idea is written by Rajeev Saxena is a frictional tale.

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Book Title: Pinto Has An Idea
Author: Rajeev Saxena
Format: Paper Back
Total Number of Pages: 272
Publisher: Bloomsbury
Publishing Date: 10th December 2017
ISBN-10: 9386826933
ISBN-13: 9789386826930

Young Pinto has from his childhood been an out-of-the box thinker, finding solutions in his everyday surroundings to a myriad ancient global problems. A certain machine he invents in his childhood makes him a hero in his village but it’s not sufficient to change the mindset of naysayers for Pinto to pursue his career in hardcore science.

Pinto Has an Idea is the tale of Dr Pinto, a small-town boy, an IITian and a scientist working in MIT, who suddenly experiences a life-changing revelation in the early days of his research, throwing away his work on theoretical physics and setting out to solve the practical everyday problems of the world he lives in.

Returning to his native India, he finds his noble quest beset by unexpected adversaries, obstacles and trials, but emerges triumphant from each battle.

Pinto does not like to appear a romantic person, and keeps women at bay. But when Lavanya returns to haunt his life, and eventually shoe-horns him into marriage, he obligingly falls in love. Because Lavanya is not just a pretty face, she’s his partner in research. And Pinto, a newbie in romance, discovers a whole new craze.

But life takes directions never aimed for. Pinto is on the road to becoming rich and famous. He invents a mechanism to eradicate corruption in the land, and in that process moves towards politics. That impinges on the couple’s relationship so severely that Lavanya disappears suddenly without telling Pinto. Why does she leave their child with Pinto? Will he lose his greatest ‘idea’, Lavanya, and thereby, himself? Sure, Pinto’s ideas bring dramatic changes to society. But how much romance can a scientist handle as well?

Rajeev Saxena, in his debut novel, shows you just how much.

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The cover of the book is very catchy. Title of the book so fascinating that one can’t stop to adopt this book.

This is the story of a protagonist Rajat Srivastava well known as Pintoo.Despite being a brilliant student and a successful person he never gave away his nationality and patriotism and returned back to his country to serve its country. Pinto who later becomes a scientist, also a social worker, his ideologies have been depicted really well. His care for the betterment of the society and it’s people is inspiring to read. His ideas were always innovative and extremely different from people around him. Dr.Pinto does not like to appear a romantic person, and keeps women at bay. But when Lavanya returns to haunt his life, and eventually shoe-horns him into marriage, hey obligingly falls in love. Because Lavanya is not just a pretty face, she is his partner in research. And Pinto, a newbie in romance, discovers a whole new craze. With Lavanya, Pinto decides to solve the problems that people all over India face. From figuring out how to hire servants in the most effective way to delivering groceries right to your doorstep, Pinto has created ideas for all and sundry. Book gives away the idea of common problems one had to face in villages and small towns.This book describes struggles of pinto, his intelligence and his hunger for knowledge.

This book takes you through all those ideas, and much more. Book gives away the idea of common problems one had to face in villages and small towns.This book describes struggles of pinto, his intelligence and his hunger for knowledge. The language and narration is lucid and easy to comprehend for any kind of readers.

I haven’t read this kind of story before and I’m overjoyed with my experience. Hats off for choosing such a difficult theme and presenting it in such a wonderful manner. Looking forward to read more from the author.

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I personally recommend to all book lovers..

Overall Ratings- 5/5 Stars

18 Comments Add yours

  1. Great review, sounds like a very interesting read. That cover is awesome too!

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  2. Empress DJ says:

    Wish I could have a brain-bending big idea!

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  3. Great review! You really make this sound very intriguing!

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  4. terriesin says:

    Thanks for your review! Love the cover! Adding to my TBR

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  5. Veronica says:

    I love reading books set in India. This one sounds interesting.

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  6. bookwormscornerblogspot says:

    This sounds like an interesting read. Great review!

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  7. Great review, this book looks and sounds like a fantastic and very intriguing book! Thank you so much for sharing your awesome post and for putting this book on my radar.

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  8. The cover really catches my eye. Great review!

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  9. Great review. Sounds very different from anything I’ve read before.

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  10. Cia Black says:

    Great review ❤

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  11. I’m not sure this is a book I would have just picked up on my own based on the description alone but your review combined with the cover make me wonder a bit more about it.

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  12. after reading the book i’m sure you will not be disappointing

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  13. That sounds like an interesting concept! If you had to choose, which would be the one thing you liked most about this book?

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  14. It’s really difficult to choose, then also i would like to say Pinto idea to change the world with new inventions

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