Title: Mirrro at The Weird Wayward
Author: Manoj Kumar Sharma
Publisher: Notion Press
Genre: Crime Thriller
Narration: Third Person
Book Summary: Mirrro at The Weird Wayward
INDIA @ 2030
INDIA, as a developing Nation, grown up manifolds and on the verge of being World’s Super Power with Richest Economy. But at the same time many perennial social problems also grew manifolds, remained inattentive and giving birth to exponential intensification to grievances. The volcanoes of grievances led to Genesis of MIЯЯЯO…
MIЯЯЯO’s unpredictable fearless Modus-Operandi breaks all the Laws and leads to the out-of-the-box solutions as Weird Way Ward, to rejuvenate the Eco-Systems of today’s hypocritical SYSTEMS… it’s up to the discretion of the PEOPLE, to allow or not!
The Story indicates India’s perennial problems through the eyes of the Protagonist, who always dreamt for the solutions as his own personal aspirations, but, couldn’t succeed meeting even single one, out of his own personal flaws. Time compels him taking help of someone, whom he never believed cordially.
Out of gist of many, only 3 problems are selfishly picked-up by the Protagonist, which hurt him most personally.
MIЯЯЯO weirdly solves those 3 problems with the essence of absolute cleansing as permanent solutions… Will INDIA wish to have such weird, but, permanent solutions to all other problems? Let TIME tell…
Book Review: Mirrro at The Weird Wayward
What a sensational reading experience, what an unconditional surrender to an atmosphere of fear, anxiety and confusion – and to an epic battle of issues and its solutions! From the first moment, when sudden fire breaks out in an alcohol plant to the very last page, the characters live with us and made us a part of the story. I have my own opinions, and argue against their actions, in my head, while reading on in a frenzy.
I can well imagine how shocking this book must have been at the time. Mirrro at The Weird Wayward by Manoj Kumar Sharma depicts a world where everyone is either taking advantage of someone else or being taken advantage of, where most of the characters are engaged in a mean, petty, and morally bankrupt struggle for survival.
You can learn about Mirrro’s murky motives for doing what he does from the blurb on the back cover of the book. I don’t agree with him all the time, neither with the theory he proposes looks practical in some instances, nor with the idea that he can give a permanent solution to these social issues; Yet I enjoyed this book a lot. The story takes surprising turns again and again.
Author Manoj Kumar Sharma is brilliant at depicting a character on the edge, Mirrro, whose thoughts veer between lucidity and paranoia and whose passions overwhelm him even when he can hardly muster the energy. What’s interesting about his passion is the deep moralism that accompanies it–his sense of the world’s injustice. You get the sense here of a man who deeply feels all the depravity and injustice of the world, one who can hardly stand it and decides to eradicate all the issues with a unique solution.
An outstanding book about the human essence, about our darkest and deepest impulses. The unequivocal voice of each character, the sharp study of society, the weird solutions of Mirrro, and the extreme reduction of crime ultimately reveals that our own inner consciousness can give a far greater punishment than any legal system can.