Ahmedabad, India, December 26, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Who wouldn't like to dress and look like a gentleman in full tuxedo with beautiful neck tie and that too in 1970-80's! That was the time when though India and Pakistan was free from British rule but yet could not shed their post-imperial impact of wanting to be like English Gentlemen. Author, Imran Ahmad in his book The Perfect Gentleman: A Muslim Boy Meets the West presents his life story in a hilarious yet powerful way.
When Imran and his family moved to London he gave in to plenty of fancies that the West had to offer to him. The book consists of the author's childhood fascination with the quintessential English Gentleman James Bond, coolest car Jaguar XJS, and the desire to have a brunette girl friend. The book describes the attempts of this Pakistani immigrant who is aspiring to be an ideal Englishman. The reader will swept away by these funny but powerful anecdotes of his life and will also get amazed at the rich tapestry of a southern life.
Each chapter of this book represents his each school year including summer vacations. The reader can't help but laugh out loud at the narration and the dilemma that the author faces at each step in London. All through his school days he worked on acquiring the exact English 'perfect BBC' accent and finally cultivates it. With his unflinching honesty he describes how he was always in a tug of war situation as far as his religion was concerned. In fact, thrice in his life people tried to convert him into a Christian.
The book has a deceptively simple structure and a unique writing style that makes it a fantastic read for all. The author's expertise lies in the way he has presented the serious issues in a comical fashion.
Get to know the inside story of a Muslim man in the western world with this book. The book is right now on preorder on several stores. Book yourself a copy well in advance from online shopping sites like infibeam.com, where you get some of the best deals on books.
Imran Ahmad is the author of the book The Perfect Gentleman: A Muslim Boy Meets the West. His simple but hilarious and effective writing skill has made this book a popular read and is well acclaimed by several well known publishing houses like Daily Mail London, Independent Guardian Sydney Morning Herald and many more. The author was born in Pakistan and grew up in London. He further went to University of Scotland for studies and later on pursued his career in corporate world. His career is mainly in finance and Information Technology. In 2012, Imran is conducting a 50-city speaking tour in the US that started in April-June 2012.