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When the doctor becomes the patient...A heart-wrenching family saga.
"You have been given a gift. Use it!" the guru said.
All Divya wants is to become a great pathologist and make accurate diagnoses to save lives. But when her wish for a ‘good eye’ comes true in a quirk of fate, she starts getting visions of the future. An Indian guru claims she has been bestowed a gift, challenging her belief in science and logic.
Her estranged lover Krish follows her to Los Angeles, and she must face a complicated relationship while struggling with her newfound ability. The already precarious balance between her professional and personal lives begins to tip. As premonition and truth begin to blend, and science and faith begin to clash, Divya must confront her gift and battle her inner demons. Despite Krish’s repeated warnings, she plunges headlong into what she believes is her duty to help people using her visions.
Will her gift become her nemesis? Will she ever find redemption, or will her attempts consume her?
- "From the start, "The Vision" is a roller coaster ride of emotions; some good, some bad, some horrifying, but all genuine. It is in THAT, that I find the author, Sunanda J. Chatterjee, has done her job well. Not all books are meant to be agreed with, but all books are meant to stir up thoughts, arouse contemplation, awaken sentiments and speculations. Kudos, Dr. Chatterjee! "The Vision" is a book that is easily enjoyed, wonderfully written and highly engaging." The Review Board.
- "It's completely impossible to ignore the fantastic weaving of narratives that Sunanda J. Chatterjee works with in this astonishing and refreshing novel 'The Vision'. Every page and every chapter uncovers a new depth to her writing, and the characters that she creates lovingly and yet with an author's eye: they aren't perfect, and as a reader there are no demands on me to absolutely love every single character. Indeed, some of their actions go directly against that as spirituality and science collide, both in the main character of Divya and in the circumstances that she finds herself in. This is definitely a novel that needs to come accompanied with tissues, however, because it really doesn't let up, especially in the latter stages. I fell in love with this book, and I found myself completely captivated by it. I would heartily recommend this book." Emily Murdoch, Author