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Reviewed by Ray Simmons for Readers' Favorite
I liked The Rejig by Kamalakannan Rajasekaran. I know for certain that this book isn’t for everyone, but I feel that with a little luck, it might be for enough readers to make the writer a lot of money. It is quirky. It is offbeat. It made me laugh. It made me despair, and most of all it made me think. It reminded me of a book I read a long time ago by another writer with a very unusual viewpoint. His name is Douglass Adams and the book was called The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy. If my memory serves me right, Mr. Adams wrote several quirky books, so Kamalakannan Rajasekaran may be able to find fame too. The writing is certainly good enough.
The Rejig is, in my opinion, a quiet little intellectual masterpiece just waiting to be discovered. This may escape the notice of some readers because the book is so funny. Kamalakannan Rajasekaran makes his points in such a subtle and unobtrusive manner that some readers may not even think they are there, but they are, and they are deep. All the characteristics of good literature are present. The plot moves along at a swift pace, sweeping the reader along with it. The characters are quirky but memorable. They are unusual and live in a strange, sad, funny world but they are undeniably human. Sometimes, painfully human. I often worry about the future of humankind. Writers like Kamalakannan Rajasekaran lead me to believe that we will be all right, though it might be a close thing. Read The Rejig. I hope you like it. I did.