Wednesday, June 22, 2005


Coming soon to a bookstore near you

6 comments:

Aniruddha Dutta said...

The cover in its new avataar really looks far more appealing.

The earlier one may be used for the sequel to follow.

Looking forward to the release. When is it launching in the USA ?

Regards,

Aniruddha Dutta
(http://adquiz.blogspot.com)

Anonymous said...

Abhi is the one guy I personally know who had the incredible capacity to create beautiful, sensual images from words alone. If he writes as superbly and eloquently as he used to when I knew him in college, this book is bound to be a best-seller. Ab - I wish you all the best.

Love
Ruma Tavorath, Env Sp.
World Bank

shyamali said...

Now the cover looks like a book with zing and spice added to it, not so serious as the one before.the scrawlings on the cover is bound to remind everyone about their college days b'school or otherwise.The sketches as usual are great.The collage technique is a novel idea.A good one!
After the serious review,the lighter one is: the get up is great and its bound to attract......buyers?!Good Luck Abhijit.

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Pradip said...

Nostalgia! That's bound to be the by-product of this story of love (and life) in a Business School.

Probably the world's first Chief Articulating Officer, Mr. Abhijit Bhaduri, seems to be ready to present us a brilliant blast from the past! My association with this extremely talented (mediocre!) individual has been fairly recent. However, I am (arrogantly) impressed with his multi-faceted approach to life and his diverse talent. A thorough gentleman ;-) busy in the corporate world at a senior level, being able to devote time to books, radio, music, drama, etc. warrants a lot of respect.

Talking to him and sharing a few insights to the book sure have increased my craving for reading this book. Good luck with everything Abhijit and hope to hear about the launch soon.

Pradip Tripathy
MTV Networks, NYC

Sambit Kumar Dash said...

Excellent read. Great book and almost unputdownable. Bought it read it and passed on to a friend next day for him to read.

Thanks

Sambit