Nobody Dies a Virgin..: Life Screws us All
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    Nobody Dies a Virgin..: Life Screws us All (English, Paperback, Sanjay K Shukla)

    Nobody Dies a Virgin..: Life Screws us All  (English, Paperback, Sanjay K Shukla)

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    • Language: English
    • Binding: Paperback
    • Publisher: Sristhi Publication
    • ISBN: 9789380349800, 9380349807
    • Edition: 2012
    • Pages: 256
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    Nobody Dies a Virgin.. Life Screws Us All, by Sanjay K. Shukla, depicts what Aadi, Tapan and Harsh set out to do in their lives.

    Summary of the Book

    Tapan and Harsh put their careers on the line while Aadi steps into IIT Cawnpore for his post-graduation. He outwits all the researchers around the world by mastering an age-old challenge. Yet, bruised egos, heated arguments, and red tape come along his way as hurdles he needs to surpass. Plus, there is a lady who walks into his life with a whiff of fresh air! Aadi firmly believes in his morals and values. Will he trade his sweat and blood to remain true to them? Will his magnificent work get the fame it deserves? Will he trade his biggest achievements for the sake of his friends? Will his friends thrive after being persuaded by him?

    About Sanjay K. Shukla

    Sanjay K. Shukla is an Indian author hailing from Uttarakhand. He worked with General Electric – Aviation after his post-graduation from the IIT Kanpur. He recently joined the Aeronautical Development Agency, Ministry of Defense. Shukla’s other interests include dance, swimming and gliding.

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      • 2012
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    Exciting throughout

    Great beginning and constant vigour as it progresses. Impressive writing style, a must read for those in college to peek into the future, and those out of college, to cherish the good old days. Keep it up Sanjay...
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    Flipkart Customer

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    13 Dec, 2012

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    A fascinating reading

    Firstly it is difficult to believe that this is the author's debut book. He is succeeded in keeping the interest of reader on to see what happens next. Simple story with convincing characters and declarative sentences make sure that you will not put book down. The book rewinds our memory in college days.
    Waiting for next novel.....
    Goodluck.....
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    Neha Mishrikotkar

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    1 Jul, 2013

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    A very Good read

    A very entertaining and well written story. You will feel as if you are living in the story. Though the crux of the story is a mechanical engineering marvel, author is successful to take non-engineering readers along, so that they wont lose the interest. Story gets little bit fast paced at the end but it actually helps in building the excitement. Very good debut book from author and you wont put it down unless finished.
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    Prasad

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    24 Jun, 2013

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    Fresh and Exciting Read!!

    The Title of the Novel makes a very strong First Impression and the story definitely lives up to the title. It is not one of those run-of-the-mill IIT Campus stories about Love's Labour Lost... They story line is very fresh and proves an exciting read as to how three young men, good friends, strive towards achieving their Dreams. A very Compact and Well Written Novel by the Author... Definitely waiting for another such adrenaline-rush read from Sanjay Shukla... Well Done!!!
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    abhijit banerjee

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    22 Jun, 2013

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    Fresh, entertaining, has substance and is well written

    First things first - the title and the tagline is pretty eye-catching and anyone would want to buy this book. It's not just the title which is good, when you read the book, you find that it is even better.

    Though the set-up is of IIT, it is not one of those typical IIT campus books. This talks about creativity, entrepreneurship, ego hassles along with a decent dose of masti, romance and sex! I also liked the writing style especially the usage of words to create beautiful metaphors. A must re...
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    Ashish Lal

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    6 Jun, 2013

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    prosaic

    It is just another crap written by an iitian. Just after reading a few pages, you will want to forsake it. Full of platitudes and banal talks. Story is just ordinary events happening in daily life. Total waste of money.
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    vikas sheokand

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    1 Mar, 2013

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    5

    superb..

    exciting title, eye catching cover page and an interesting story-line. A fantastic debut novel by a young author... feeling curious about it. Srithi is publishing variety of good novels for young readers. I'm waiting for it to come in stocks.
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    Gaurav Prasad

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    10 Sep, 2012

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    Nice read; could have been better

    The novel is, chiefly, the story of 3 friends who come to IIT Cawnpore for their PG. The usual college life goes on, but the crux of the novel is the project which they take on, the Flying Car. To make their life interesting is a beautiful girl on campus; to make life worse is a super-mean professor, who is hellbent on making them suffer.

    Writing is really v. good; wonderful use of metaphors powers up the narrative. But more and more technical descriptions dull the reading flow for a simple ...
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    Vikas Pratap Singh

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    21 Jun, 2013

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