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Uday Satpathy

eBook by BGB & print book by Westland

RAVI SUBRAMANIAN

A thriller packed with extraordinary detail, unbearable thrill and unequalled emotional depth. Uday's writing is something to watch out for in the coming years.

Hetika Sanghani

140 pages of sheer gripping pages...just absolutely loved the flow, the tension created and the way the story unfolds...

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Roomies/Foodies

Meghana Joshi, Lakshmi Ramachandran

Selected for eBook publication by BGB

RASHMI BANSAL

Written with a unique style and authority, drawing on the authors' own experiences. A delightful, useful, practical guide for Indian students abroad.

Natasha

This one needs to be published ASAP!!!!!!!
Treat for the eyes....

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Chic city bachelorettes, spirited schoolgirls and college-girls, and feisty domestic goddesses find laughter and love as they bridge the generation gap, dodge creeps, bond with husbands and manage children. Real, amusing and heart-warming, these are the stories of the girls and women of urban India and how they rock it, every single day!
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When people ask me what this book is all about, I don’t know where to start. Yes, it’s a love story. Yes, it will strike a chord with the readers because of its simplicity and honesty radiating through the pages. Someone asked me the other day if it’s comparable to Eric Segal’s Love Story. Well no, it isn’t. As an unpublished author, I cannot vouch for it being as amazing as a classic. But what I can vouch for is that this story will remain with you, long after you’ve finished reading it. The book is set partly in Mumbai, and partly in the US. I chose cities that spoke volumes of the main characters’ ambitions, careers and fast paced lives. The main characters, Krish and Avantika, who, true to their twenty-first century upbringing are still finding a place for themselves in life, and like any struggle, it’s not an easy one. Love is something they encounter along the way, not having planned it. A book that explores themes of ambition and values, but mostly of love and family, it’s something you have to read to understand why the story’s special. From the innocence of yet-another-Friday-night-date blooming into an epic romance, as Avantika and Krish go through life, as they know it (NOT), this story promises to touch you and haunt you at the same time. The story isn’t about eternal love. But it is about hope which exists where there is love. It is about growing up and facing our demons along the way. It is about love which lives on despite its flaws and imperfections. It is about whether our twenty year old dreams matter in the face of a twenty second adversity. It is about a girls’ journey to find her prince charming just Like Krish loves Avantika.
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Did they pep-talk you to follow your passion? Welcome to the corporate platinum donkey club, time to transform from human to zombies. And you spent hours in those useless meetings? That is some start!! You could better sit down with a drunkard and hear him vent out. There are chances that you might hear something sensible. At least those external consultants mint money out of plain air by proactively throwing bullshit on your boss before he does. Employees are assets you said. True, hence you depreciate, feels your boss. You cannot escape shit. Instead why not take a satirical look at things? In Mission, Vision and Bullshit, Yaagneshwaran takes a satirical view of the corporate world and the hypocrisies of the top management. The book helps you the see the funny and lighter side of the management fads, grapevines, rewarding systems, re-orgs and all the bullshit that will be forced upon you, being in the corporate world.
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