Tuesday, October 18, 2005

Sriram V Iyer from Madras, TN, India writes...

This is one book I couldn't just stop reading. Its so addictive that the reader eyes gets glued to it. Its all about Life in a B-school and more, the life that Abbey, the protagonist goes through in his two years at MIJ (a B-school of repute) at Jamshedpur or "Jampot" as referred to in the book! - and Abbey's life before that as a student of Delhi University. The well-etched characters stay in your mind so fresh. The magical world in the book that draws you into it is almost like the aura that exists in RK Narayan's Malgudi and its characters. I liked Malgudi and its characters, but I adore Jampot, MIJ and Abbey's world that revolves around it. What are you waiting for? Haven't you got a copy yet? Go get it, before it gets sold out !! Here are a few illustrations which sparkle in the book.
1. Ayesha's eyes - Abbey's classmate at MIJ
2. Abbey's classnotes on Organizational Behaviour (Orgy B)
3. Abbey's classnotes on Strategic Planning (Pari's class)


Tuesday, October 11, 2005

Tribuneindia's Bestseller List

Check out the Tribuneindia.com's website for their bestseller list

The Sunday Tribune list reads
1. Eldest by Christopher Paolini
2. Shalimar the Clown by Salman Rushdie
3. Mediocre But Arrogant by Abhijit Bhaduri
4. Bood Royal by Harold Robbins and Junius Podrug
5. Blood Storm by Colin Forbes