Skip to content

Inscrutable Americans – Anurag Mathur (Book)

40/100 of #100bookpact

Inscrutable Americans – Anurag Mathur

I am way way later in reading this one as it came highly recommended by a NRI friend (Of-course American) that it was a hilarious read as per her that too a decade back I guess. Today when I finished it – I felt like it has certainly lost its charm in time, initially it was a good read although sounds a lot exaggerated in todays time but midways it loses its steam and becomes boring by the time it ends. Yes in the early 90’s when it was published first – it must be a unique book giving a first hand experience of a small town (read village) guy landing in USA for a year – getting cultural shock and all that. The protagonist is actually a little too dumb I felt or may be writer wanted to project him this way to make it more entertaining for us, didn’t work for me. Finished it in flat two sittings. 

Published inUncategorized

Leave a Reply

Be First to Comment

Leave a Reply