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❀ [EPUB] ✸ Chef By Jaspreet Singh ❤ – Bvlive.co.uk Kirpal Singh is riding the slow train to Kashmir With India passing by his window he reflects on his destination which is also his past a military camp to which he has not returned for fourteen yearsK❀ [EPUB] ✸ Chef By Jaspreet Singh ❤ – Bvlive.co.uk Kirpal Singh is riding the slow train to Kashmir With India passing by his window he reflects on his destination which is also his past a military camp to which he has not returned for fourteen yearsK Kirpal Singh is riding the slow train to Kashmir With India passing by his window he reflects on his destination which is also his past a military camp to which he has not returned for fourteen yearsKi.

chef free Chef ePUBRpal called Kip is shy and not yet twenty when he arrives for the first time at General Kumar's camp nestled in the shadow of the Siachen Glacier At twenty thousand feet the glacier makes a forbidding battlefield; its crevasses claimed the body of Kip's father Kip becomes an apprentice under the camp's Chef Kishen a fiery mentor who guides him toward the heady spheres of food and womenIn this place of contradictions erratic violence and extreme temperatures Kip learns to prep.


Rpal called Kip is shy and not yet twenty when he arrives for the first time at General Kumar's camp nestled in the shadow of the Siachen Glacier At twenty thousand feet the glacier makes a forbidding battlefield; its crevasses claimed the body of Kip's father Kip becomes an apprentice under the camp's Chef Kishen a fiery mentor who guides him toward the heady spheres of food and womenIn this place of contradictions erratic violence and extreme temperatures Kip learns to prep.

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  1. Cynthia Cynthia says:

    ePUB bvlive.co.uk ´ Chef MOBI Ê chef free, Chef ePUBThis is the reason we readers read for books such as this There seems to be a trend for inward books recently and this falls into that category There is plot but mostly to hang thoughts and feelings on Kip is a Sikh working in Srinagar as an Army Chef attached to a powerful General’s house The world outside their house is at war He’s a uiet contemplative man and the attention he receives is second hand mostly associated with the heroic deeds of his soldier father When people meet Kip they seem to not see him They talk at him about his dad’s exploits By the way if you’re a foody this is only peripherally about cooking and food though the sights sounds smells of Indian cuisine are interwoven throughout the book as you follow Kip around the kitchen their there as metaphor or as a description of place and mood Mostly this book is about political issues that plague India Pakistan and the pivot is Kashmir Kas


  2. Jenny (Reading Envy) Jenny (Reading Envy) says:

    ePUB bvlive.co.uk ´ Chef MOBI Ê chef free, Chef ePUBI have had this book on my shelf since I started collecting books to read around the world in 2012 Chef is about a military cook from India who is returning to the Siachen Glacier technically in Kashmir where he had served as a younger man His father died in that same area while in the military Kip the main character comes from a Sikh background while most of the soldiers are Hindu There is a lot of negative talk about Muslims in this novel from the soldiers I found the prose difficult Dialogue was not indicated and sometimes it was confusing as to who was speaking The scenes are also two different time periods and not always clearly delineatedI enjoyed the discussion of the food


  3. Chrissie Chrissie says:

    ePUB bvlive.co.uk ´ Chef MOBI Ê chef free, Chef ePUBNO SPOILERSFinished This book is good all the way through One should read it to experience this author's writing style It is original very moving sometimes disjointed but always is said than the simple words The uote given below is not harsh other porti


  4. Renita D& Renita D& says:

    ePUB bvlive.co.uk ´ Chef MOBI Ê chef free, Chef ePUBA beautiful book


  5. Pragya Pragya says:

    ePUB bvlive.co.uk ´ Chef MOBI Ê chef free, Chef ePUBSigh Even though I wanted to like this book I just didn'tIt started off well weaving me into the story wanting to know what had happened in the chef's past But as the book progressed it went downhill I felt like there was so much need to take the book to a higher cognitive version of itself that it ceased to make any sense to meThe story is of a Sikh army chef and his reminis


  6. Teresa Teresa says:

    ePUB bvlive.co.uk ´ Chef MOBI Ê chef free, Chef ePUBWhile the themes and ideas behind this novel are uite important it ended up just being an okay read for me Perhaps I'm missing something and I say that sincerely but I didn't find the writing poetical or lyrical as it was 'advertised' for the most part And while the style is purposely informal and conversational to me much of it was either underwritten or overwritten with the metaphors feeling forced I do give lots of credit though to a passage about 'movies' being made in hotels that was very well done By the middle of the book I started getting rather annoyed by the much used one word sentence But that was used maybe effectively at first but ended up being just repetitive By the end of the book I was wishing perhaps someone like Rohinton Mistry one of my favorite writers had written this story that for me had much potential but ended up falling shortHere are a couple uotes I did


  7. Kathryn Kathryn says:

    ePUB bvlive.co.uk ´ Chef MOBI Ê chef free, Chef ePUBStarting with the cover this book is wonderful The cover is breathtakingly beautiful and just transports you to northern India The story told by Kip is simple in its telling but at the same time shows the complexity of human relationshi


  8. Heather Moll Heather Moll says:

    ePUB bvlive.co.uk ´ Chef MOBI Ê chef free, Chef ePUBI could barely get through this book It's written in a style that some would call lyrical but for me it's too slow paced and convoluted I just couldn't plod my way through and it felt like a chore to read through 250 pages I never got a good feel for the narrator's personality as we skipped through perspective and time He doesn't engage me and I can't relate to him in any way In the end I didn't care about him his dying his relationships his food nothing at all At the end of the book I understand Kashmir and its occupation no better I understand Kip's personality and his relationships with women no better and the relationship between food and life seemed shallow and ill formed connection


  9. Mary Mary says:

    ePUB bvlive.co.uk ´ Chef MOBI Ê chef free, Chef ePUBSingh's first novel is told by the protagonist Kirpal in flash backs on a train trip back to Kashmir Kirpal has agreed to prepare the wedding feast for his former General's daughter This is a story India; of the conflict between India and Pakistan Listen to Singh description of Beethoven's 9thbut I have heard the music My fear my fury my joy my melancholy everything is embedded in this piece The Ninth is real It penetrates my body like smells like food And yet is is soli


  10. Gail Gail says:

    ePUB bvlive.co.uk ´ Chef MOBI Ê chef free, Chef ePUBI thought this book told in a spare style with that subtly rhythmic langauge one finds in books by Indian writers to be uite good There is a distance between the reader and the characters as others have noted but I thought the effect was deliberate Kip as the narrator was himself distanced from everyone else and we see them through his eyes Chef is about the devastation left by war and its effects on people and on the environment It's a sad commentary on all those trumpenting war aims that we always hear about You'll read it and weep


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