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    When the Signal Turns Red (English, Paperback, Jayanand Ukey)

    When the Signal Turns Red  (English, Paperback, Jayanand Ukey)

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    • Language: English
    • Binding: Paperback
    • Publisher: Alchemy Publishers
    • ISBN: 9788180460852, 8180460851
    • Pages: 198
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    Description
    A global ordeal
    A couple in distress
    The struggle to keep afloat
    Prudent thinking in tumultuous times


    Girish and Prajakta are in love. Very soon Girish will be joining the numero uno IT company of the country. He prepares himself by buying expensive clothes and other accessories he had always dreamed of. He and Prajakta have together planned to build on a good bank balance and then meet each others families to talk about marriage, probably after a year or two. Unexpectedly, the families get involved before Girish can join the IT company. Against all odds, the couple manages to convince their family and an engagement date is fixed. But destiny has other things in mind. A global catastrophe mars their plan which leads to the engagement getting annulled.

    Will Girish find a way out of his predicament? Will he ultimately win Prajaktas hand or will he move on in life, learning to live without her?

    About the Author
    Jayanand Ukey works for an IT company and is also a freelance journalist and blogger. He has a computer engineering degree from VESIT, Mumbai University. In a career spanning a decade, he has kept his hobby alive by writing three books. This book is his first published work. Jayanand lives in Mumbai with his family. To know more about the author, visit him at www.whenthesignalturnsred.com or email him at email@jayanandukey.com.
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    WHEN THE SIGNAL TURNS RED

    you can read book in your leisure time, book is good as it has simple and very few characters . i would not suggest this book to those who likes to read a bit of adventure and complicated stories.
    story is about two lovers who face crisis in recession time and due to which their marriage get annulled.
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    Vandana Sharma

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    22 Mar, 2013

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    When the Signal Turns Red

    You can leave your tensions behind and read this simple story. It does not have many characters. It is nostalgic because it is going to remind you of how you overcame the global financial crisis of 2008. This is a good book to read on a Sunday afternoon.
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    Soni Achuthan

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    20 Mar, 2013

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    Book review: When the signal turns Red

    Thanks to Jayanand Ukey for sending the review copy of “When the signal turned to red”.

    About the author: Jayanand Ukey works for an IT company and is also a freelance journalist and blogger. He has a computer engineering degree from VESIT, Mumbai University. In a career spanning a decade, he has kept his hobby alive by writing three books. This book is his first published work. Jayanand lives in Mumbai with his family.

    About the book: Girish and Prajakta are in love. Very soon Girish will...
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    Abhinand Jaguva

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    16 Mar, 2013

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    sweet and simple

    I liked this book as it is sweet and simple,its not like other romantic books which have lot of romantic talks.good work by jayanand ukey.the backdrop of economic crises is interesting.it isn't too long so its nice to read
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    ankur baid

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    10 Mar, 2013

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    Either Mr. Ukey genuinely believes in his work or this is one of the best pranks ever!

    This book is ridiculous! It's incredibly badly written, full or STUPID factual errors that shouldn't be there and horribly offensive to women.
    The story is a standard one. It's not in the slightest bit original. Prajakta and Girish are the dullest couple I've ever read about. Their parents are equally dull and talk about gender stereotypical roles! The women only cry and gossip in the kitchen and the men talk over pegs of whisky. Also, if a man was in the army he will not be referred to as "m...
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    Nayantara Raja

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    6 Mar, 2013

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    When The Signal Turns Red By Jayanand Ukey -A Book Review

    Drama is something that has become the oomph factor for the entertainment industry in India. Books, movies, TV shows, all of them have a surplus of drama which overflows like the butter on a Punjabi guy’s Aloo Parantha. But most books tend to over do it. At its heart, simplistic drama is simply cute to read and that’s what this book brings to you.

    This 198 paged novel is Jayanand’s first novel. It’s a fluffy little book about a typical Indian love story. Boy likes girl, girl likes boy, they ...
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    Siddharth Gupta

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    4 Mar, 2013

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    Warm and life-like writing

    Love stories are seldom controlled by market forces, but this one takes a peep into the lives of a young couple whose fate is to be decided by the stock market. The story seems so real, it is almost as if happened with your next door neighbor!

    There are some books that you like to curl up with in your bed with a cup of hot chocolate.
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    Anwesha Bose

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    22 Feb, 2013

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    Funny moments, stereotypical Indian parents and the current economic crisis mixed together in a Bollywood style love story which seems a bit bland

    The views I express below are basically mine alone and may or may not match yours.

    This book is basically what I would call a time-pass book. Very light read, this book describes the love story of Girish and Prajakta in the face of a global economic crisis. As I mentioned earlier, the book does have a lot of funny moments and it really relates to India audience in the sense that, you could read certain sentences in the book and think "Hey, this happens to me all the time".

    The book does hi...
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    Amit Shetty

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    21 Feb, 2013

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