Myra wishes to break free of her cubicle. Kabir wonders what life would be to build on his own. Sandy drops out of college to work on the next big startup idea. Ramy inspires millions of his generation on his travel blog — On the Open Road.
On the Open Road — Three Lives. Five Cities. One Startup, revolves around the lives of these restless and dreamy 20-somethings as they battle their inner demons and the societal taboos to live life on their terms. It is an emotional journey of following one’s heart. The journey entails undying friendship, love, and loss, happiness and depression, fear and conquest, dreaming and achieving.
Will they be able to embark on the hard yet empowering journey to startup a company? Or succumb to the hardships on their road to freedom?
The plot is very simple yet specific. Three friends Myra,Kabir and Sandy trapped in their own lives; struggling and working hard for their one dream- Startup. And there is this one blog that inspires them- On the Open road by Ramy; a person whom they haven’t met. Will these three friends make it for their only dream? Read and find out.
This, I would say is not only a self-help book but also an eye opener for people looking forward to having their startups running! It literally walks you through the struggles you might face for building up your own startup; the social taboos; women being let down morally for having dreams like these and yes, of course, the financial power it takes for such dreams! This is basically a simple story that leaves a huge impact on your mind. There is nothing much to it. I love the easy language; character build up is also perfect; the story is short and satisfying. Its a wonderful job on the Author’s part for releasing such a powerful book.I am definitely looking forward to better books from her; in fact of a different genre than this :)