Aman, a typical Indian middle-class boy goes through the normal derailment process by the society and carries the astronomical burden of expectations from all and sundry. His life is only made miserable by the never-ending comparisons with an overachieving IITian brother.
College provides some solace where he meets four other equally useless but nonetheless interesting friends. School, college, workplace – everywhere his life goes through more ups and downs than a sinusoidal function while the lady luck continues to elude him.
Disheartened he leaves his job in the quest for nothing in particular. An unexpected turn of events reunites him with his four college-mates.
Together they set out to make something out of their lives... but what and how much can you achieve when you are too messed up by the shit that has already happened with you?
Does the society prove to be a hurdle or an impetus in such a scenario? Does he succeed? Should he?
About the Author
Bijender Sheoran, a mechanical engineer by profession, is an alumnus of IIT Kanpur. He works with an MNC as a product designer and is based in Noida.
He hails from a village near Bhiwani in Haryana and has slogged his own way forward. He is a self-proclaimed geek whose only hobbies are reading, writing and watching movies and TV series.
He, along with few other like-minded young people, is involved with News That Matters Not, a leading Indian news satire website (www.ntmn.in). NTMN is a double international award winner (Winner, Manthan South Asia Award 2011; Runner-up, World Summit Youth Award 2012), for its work towards "inspiring change" through humour, and for serving as a successful online platform for the Indian youth. As a widely-read author at this website, Bijender has penned several impactful articles on education and the national affairs.
Forget John Galt, who the hell is Udit?
If you read this book, you'll start reading...
A journey of extremes!
If you ever complained why no one wrote about anything other than silly college love stories, you can stop now.
Insightful and humorously so…
The Real Experience 4 Every1
My first book-review
Great story with good sense of humour
A welcome respite from the quotidian Chetan Bhagat typecast
Soaked in Humor