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Rusty Comes Home [Read] ➱ Rusty Comes Home By Ruskin Bond – Buyprobolan50.co.uk Rusty Returns To His Beloved Hills, never To leave again Rusty Comes Home Is The Fifth And Final Volume In Puffin S Complete Collection Of Ruskin Bond S Ever Popular Rusty Stories A Lonely And Sensiti Rusty Returns To His Beloved Hills, never To leave again Rusty Comes Home Is The Fifth And Final Volume In Puffin S Complete Collection Of Ruskin Bond S Ever Popular Rusty Stories A Lonely And Sensitive Boy Who Lost His Rusty Comes MOBI :º Father Early, Rusty Spent His Childhood In Boarding Schools And With Relatives In Dehra While Still A Teenager, He Ran Away From His Foster Home And Had Myriad Adventures Before Landing Up In London With The Ambition Of Becoming A Writer This Book Chronicles Rusty S Exploits After His Return From London, As He Explores Delhi, Dehra And The Small, Dusty Town Of Shahganj Before Settling Down In Mussoorie, Making His Living As A Writer, And Revelling In The Hills That Have Always Fascinated Him Rusty Comes Home Contains Some Captivating Stories About Rusty S Friends And Fleeting Acquaintances, About Human Nature And The Supernatural.


10 thoughts on “Rusty Comes Home

  1. Sohini Sarker Sohini Sarker says:

    I have read this bookthan four times I love it.


  2. Kaustubh Dudhane Kaustubh Dudhane says:

    The hill men go to the plains to make a living I had come to the hills to try and make mine. This book is a collection of short and beautiful stories All of them are wrapped with friendship and nostalgia There are a few elements of fleeting acquaintances, wildlife, human nature in general , and supernatural since the stories are in the hills The book will make you warm even on the coldest night.Ruskin Bond turned 85 this month When asked how he was, he repliedI have always been ver The hill men go to the plains to make a living I had come to the hills to try and make mine. This book is a collection of short and beautiful stories All of them are wrapped with friendship and nostalgia There are a few elements of fleeting acquaintances, wildlife, human nature in general , and supernatural since the stories are in the hills The book will make you warm even on the coldest night.Ruskin Bond turned 85 this month When asked how he was, he repliedI have always been very backward I write by hand instead of working on a computer I listen to the radio instead of watching the television I don t know how to operate a cell phone Also, sometimes, I read books upside down If I have to read a modern novel, I will read the last chapter first, usually that s enough And sometimes, I walk backwards His mannerism and stories have always brought a big smile on my face.My favorite stories are The Night Train at Deoli, He Said It With Arsenic, The Trouble with Jinns and Tiger, Tiger, Burning BrightEventually, Rusty comes up with a couple of nice poems as well along with his typical philosophical stuff Loneliness is of value to the poets.


  3. Manogna Manogna says:

    The book according to me is somewhere between a 2.5 to a 3 star book I wouldn t say I loved the book, but I don t hate it either The stories follow the journey of the boy Rusty through many years and his association and dissociation with people at each stage of his life This would please people who have a keen eye for detail For someone expecting a strong plots ,this will be of less interest.


  4. Yamini Chadha Yamini Chadha says:

    Always start with positives that s the policy I follow, at least try to.Ruskin Bond, on any given day, is in my comfort read zone given that the stories are mostly oriented towards India or parts of India and are completely easy to follow, I can mostly relate to them at any time Some of them may even have been part of my growing years as well especially the ones dealing with ghosts and such And with Rusty Comes Home it was the same.As I started reading the book, I came across a line I Always start with positives that s the policy I follow, at least try to.Ruskin Bond, on any given day, is in my comfort read zone given that the stories are mostly oriented towards India or parts of India and are completely easy to follow, I can mostly relate to them at any time Some of them may even have been part of my growing years as well especially the ones dealing with ghosts and such And with Rusty Comes Home it was the same.As I started reading the book, I came across a line I love on the first page itself Life is too short to take in all of them Though the context here was in terms of authors old and new this line itself is a universal truth and can be used in varied situations And that is part of what I like about RB s storiesyou got to find and realize the hidden gems they will be so much ingrained in the story that you may miss them altogether in the narration but will be left with a satisfying feeling after having read them a feeling akin to the one you get when you enjoy a lovely rainy day with a cup of steaming coffee tea in your hands You feel light after reading the book.The narrative is simple The stories are mostly well drawn out though sometimes you will feel it is just too short barely when the story begins and you start enjoying it, it ends and leaves you with a feeling that author has tried to cram muchinto a small period of time and into a very limited number of pages You may feel there could have beenof the story You still long to read a bitdetailed description of the surroundings, of the people in the story Somehow I didn t feel engaged with it, the book didn t need me to focus my mind to it, didn t engross me to the core and thus I felt oddly comforted with the familiarity of the people and places, and yet could miss reading the details in there I love his style of writing though.The book is about when Rusty returns from London, and explores Delhi, Dehra and Shahganj before settling down in Mussoorie The stories focus on his friend s, acquaintances and other people he encounters Apart from few which you will be forced to take a double take on and ask yourself is that possible, the rest of the stories are very realistic and gives an impression that these actually happened and captures the reality in some respect That I believe is the best part of the book the realistic feeling.If you love gentle stories, do pick this up


  5. Ekta Kubba Ekta Kubba says:

    A feel good book It is the fifth book in the Rusty series The book carries from Rusty s struggles to be a writer It covers his time spent in Delhi to his finally shifting to the hils He freelanced from Dehra, then explored lanes of Delhi old as well as new shifted to Shahganj for a while, and then settled in the hills around Mussoorie because, It is always the same with Mountains Once you have lived with them for any length of time, you belong to them There is no escape All the stories A feel good book It is the fifth book in the Rusty series The book carries from Rusty s struggles to be a writer It covers his time spent in Delhi to his finally shifting to the hils He freelanced from Dehra, then explored lanes of Delhi old as well as new shifted to Shahganj for a while, and then settled in the hills around Mussoorie because, It is always the same with Mountains Once you have lived with them for any length of time, you belong to them There is no escape All the stories are classic, masterpieces by the master story writer These will take you to a comfort zone My favourite from this book is From Small Beginnings , where Ruskin Bond s alter ego Rusty meets Prem for good The book presents a beautiful read A must read for Ruskin Bond s fans


  6. Anurag Paul Anurag Paul says:

    The book is boring and repetitive The story has no plot and it has no action The book has no aim, goal, or purpose.


  7. Manvi Manvi says:

    i want to read it


  8. Anne-Trine Anne-Trine says:

    Too simple More of a children s book.


  9. Kumuda Kumuda says:

    Rusty Comes Home Rusty Comes Home


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