#BookReview Love, Films and Rock and Roll by Swayam Ganguly

31 Aug

20130621142850From the blurb:

” Fate throws three young men travelling on a train from Jamshedpur to Kolkata. Sunil is a graduate from FTII who wants to make a mark in Tollywood by directing his first feature film. Sameer aka Sam, is a software professional working in Silicon Valley. Dipankar aka Dipsy, decides to focus on music after being expelled from IIT on a false charge of peddling
Dilemmas, disillusionments and desires blend to tell their tales in this delightful novel, which although reflective of the carefree ways and the fun loving spirit of the younger generation also attempts to encourage them to incorporate the sense of values which are synonymous with our Indian culture.
And they bind one and all through Love, Films and Rock n Roll! “
The book has a cliche of a storyline but what makes it different is the way it was written. The language is lucid and edited pristine. There was never a dull moment while reading this. It is interesting how three very different people come together and work things out is very sensitively portrayed with a dash of hour which makes for such a wonderful read, Unlike other 100 rupee book this book was a like a breath of fresh air.
Pick this book up for a breezy read on a train journey.
Publisher : Alchemy Publisher
Genre : Fiction:
Source: Publisher
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