Old Monk and Vodka
sushant chavan

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Synopsis

Can you ever imagine how it feels to be locked in a smelly toilet to be ragged on the very first day of medical school?

Can you ever imagine how it feels to fall madly in love at first sight with a girl who has spurned away so many guys before you?

Can you ever imagine how it feels to be tricked into loosing 20,000 bucks over an IPL match bet and bookies chasing you to make you pay?

Can you ever imagine how it feels to fight an election with everyone including yourself predicting your defeat?

Can you ever imagine how it feels kissing a girl in a rocking boat on a stormy night, when you have never proposed the girl before?

Can you ever imagine how it feels to invent a mind blowing device (worth a fortune for cigarette companies)?

Can you ever imagine how it feels to mistakenly make out with your girlfriend’s roommate with your girlfriend sitting just one seat away in a movie theatre?

Can you ever imagine how it feels to see your invention stolen over night to be claimed by someone else?

Can you ever imagine how it feels to see everything that was dear to you being taken from you?

What will you do?

Allow the circumstances to take their way? Or Fight back?

Join two young docs Danny and Paarth as they embark on a journey of their undergraduate life…

A journey that will test their friendship in every way. A journey that will change the very definition of friendship and love…..

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K. Bhatia

Very interesting. Certainly worth being seen in print!

Nov 02 '15
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Kanwar Vikrant

Though Ragging is ILLEGAL in this country.This work will give a darker shade of Ragging....I guess
Still Interesting

Oct 28 '15
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Anish Patilkar

Oct 23 '15
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reema tripathy

Hi there...its funny... but to me it seems to be an overdose of Chetan Bhagat; the language used and specially the style a prologue and the chapters. Some sentences need to be reworked as well. The synopsis talks about so many incidents...it would be interesting to see how you weave them together. Upload more chapters and ensure that you bring in your signature style. All the best!!!

Oct 04 '15
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Lavanya Ravishankar

Definitely Chetan Bhagat style with a good sense of humour.Also it needs to be worked upon a bit gramatically.Liked the way it relates to the youth.

Sep 28 '15
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Raj Dhoreliya

The starting synopsis was interesting, but I could not get anything regarding it of the initial chapters.
Try putting in some other chapters, with more meaty content, for review.

Characters need to be developed more, and again, work more on the manuscript.

Story might have potential, but it needs to be well put. For me, the writing style was very casual, even if it is a Chetan-Bhagat type college novel.

Try working over it once again.

Aug 21 '15
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Priyank Saxena

Not well plotted. Hope it will not be the case in the complete book.

Jul 15 '15
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pandustar

Writing is one thing but what you write should have relevance. And that just what your book has and although it is hard to decide from just these initial chapters the storyline seems to be good so far. Hope it doesn't disappoint us.
All the best

Jun 24 '15
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Runjhun Noopur

Jun 17 '15
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Amol Sharma

if the synopsis is anything to go by, exciting things to come! nice writing. little amatuerish, but humourous none the less... good writing!

Jun 06 '15
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Rajan Manocha

Well written.

Jun 06 '15
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Surendra Mohanty

A very small sample of the book is available to justifiably rate it. Yet, I find it written quite well. There is a sprinkling of humour, but much of the content will come later. From the synopsis, there are interesting episodes to come.

The language and flow is simple and good, it holds the reader’s interest. The only drawback I find is that campus life described so far is predictable. The first two chapters need to have something unusual to grab one’s attention. I hope something unusual happens in the later chapters. I wonder why chapter three isn’t there.

I saw some where ‘the starchy smell emancipating from...’ Did you mean ‘the starchy smell emanating from...’? There are a few other minor errors that need fixing.

Jun 05 '15
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Deepak Kaul

Interesting and quite well written. Nice cover as well. I enjoyed the subtle humour.

Jun 05 '15
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About the author

sushant chavan Follow

Writing is my first love. Two rooms. A willing Katrina Kaif in one, and a type writer in another. I am one of the few ones who would chose the later.