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Book details
  • Genre:FICTION
  • SubGenre:Romance / General
  • Language:English
  • Pages:422
  • Format:Paperback
  • Paperback ISBN:9781733659697

I Have No Earthly Idea

by S.K. Radhakrishnan View author's profile page

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Senthil, a physical therapist from Madras, has made the difficult decision to move to America to secure the future of his siblings in India and save enough money to marry his sweetheart, Sumathi. Will Senthil find the future he desires in America? Or will he be estranged forever from all he holds dear?
Senthil, a physical therapist from Madras, has made a difficult decision: He will move to America, thousands of miles away from his sweetheart Sumathi, to secure the future of his siblings in India and save up enough to get married. Will America give Senthil the future he desires? Or will he be estranged forever from all he holds dear? From a dedicated and charming physical therapist in India to a successful and endearing physician assistant in America, Senthil takes us through two decades of surprises and self-discovery—he wins numerous hearts but has his own torn in two. Through a delightful series of slice-of-life vignettes spanning two continents, I Have No Earthly Idea explores the delicate balance between seeking security and following your heart. A refreshingly honest tale of love and heartbreak, S.K. Radhakrishnan's novel is a story about a man who spends his life seeking security, only to lose the one thing he holds most dear. It is a must-read for anyone who loves romance and the medical profession. Although it's filled with subtle, bittersweet irony, the novel is so warm and heartfelt that it leaves you feeling charmed, rather than melancholic.
About the author
S.K. Radhakrishnan practiced as a physical therapist in India before coming to the United States. After thirteen years as a contract physical therapist, he underwent physician assistant training at Wayne State University. The Wayne State University PA Program Faculty selected him as one "who is most likely to achieve clinical excellence while advancing the ethics & standards of the profession" and presented him with the "Professionalism Award" for the Class of 2004. He was accepted into the Duke Postgraduate PA Surgical Residency Program, and after successful completion, began his career as a neurosurgical PA for Dr. Allan Friedman in the Department of Neurosurgery. Shortly thereafter, he was invited to be a guest lecturer for the Duke PA students. In 2006, he was a recipient of the Duke Strength, Hope and Caring Award for the extraordinary provision of compassionate care for patients. In April 2018 he received the Meritorious Service Award for distinguished service to Duke. He currently serves as the administrative chief and clinical neurosurgical PA in the Department of Neurosurgery. His volunteered contributions include work with Special Olympics and Duke Global Health's neurosurgery mission to Uganda. Readers can interact with the author on the following social media: instagram/skrad007
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