Saturday the sun went down
By: Devki Sheetal Mulani
Quality: Like New
Genre: Autobiography - Biography,
Description: Gut wrenching and yet, written with restraint and grace, it is a tour de force in uncovering the alarming threat from uncontrolled pharmaceutical products for young boys and girls under the garb of concern and care… Saturday the Sun Went Down is a mother’s anguished warning to other parents as she traces the gradual and imperceptible ‘trap’ that is sprung when young students are beguiled into accepting ‘medical’ regimens to handle their anxiety and depression, conditions that are often imposed upon them in a cruel Catch 22. Ostensibly these prescriptions are designed to help them cope with their workload. The eye opener of a book shouts out to all parents to wake up to the reality of the situation. These medicines are messing with your children’s minds. Confusing them and leaving them helpless and vulnerable. And yet, parents are kept in the dark. As the book proceeds inexorably to the fateful day when her young son of 21 took his own life the author holds back nothing, her honesty, fortitude and courage a beacon to thousands of others. Read this book and you will never be the same again. Fast paced, as sharp as a knife in your conscience this is ‘unpardonable’ stuff… you will cry, you will laugh you will feel the tears of loss, even the anger and the outrage… and you will ask your own questions.