This is a nicely written book. I enjoyed the dash of poetry and the random meanderings of the protagonists have been described beautifully. Both the travels as well as the travails are something that the young entrepreneur and IT professionals could relate very easily with. The cubicles are symptomatic of our caged identities and the allure of travel is ever-blinding.
I do wonder whether the twist towards the end was entirely necessary. It definitely helped in tying some loose ends. Yet, it took a little allure away from the character that doesn't exist. Overall, a wonderful book from a first-name author. I won't be surprised if it's published as a paperback soon!