Those small lil things

Relive your childhood...

Over 35,000 copies sold!Book Cover

Nationwide best-seller #5 (Source: NDTV, 3rd Dec 2008)
Best-seller #2 (Source : The Telegraph, Kolkata, 3rd October 2009)
Best-seller #5 (Source : Landmark chain of book stores, April 2009)
Best-seller #3 (Source : Landmark chain of book stores, January 2010)


Have you ever known a guy who would gift his girlfriend soap? Well, say hello to Raj, a young architect, who is a huge film buff and believes that life, is full of Ďfilmy anglesí. He hates his job and has an almost evil boss. He has a shoddy love life, is heart broken and feels that he is the loneliest person on the face of this earth.

Itís a story connecting all those small little incidents in oneís life that one never forgets.

Itís a journey through growing up. A journey from love, to out of it. Through joy, sadness and anger. About childhood friendship blooming into love. About the one you love not loving you back. About friends making each other happy, and about friends making each other sad Ė about friends fighting. Itís about being completely sure about things, and at the same time, being utterly unsure about them. Itís about school, college and professional life. Itís a lot about the heart, and its desires.

Itís a story about finding it tough to adjust at times, and then missing it later when they are over.

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Just Like In The Movies

Say hello to our three 20-something friends...

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Amit

Would I ever get any kind of satisfaction in life?

Rishika 

How would my parents react when I would tell them about my boyfriends? Would I everget published?

Rima (Call Me Rimz) 

Would my love life ever improve? Would I ever become the queen of hearts?

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