An Intent Intruder
Lalu Krishnan

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Synopsis

Have you ever heard of a manager intruding into the personal lives of the members of his team?

At a time when Siddhartha Verma is at an all-time low in his personal and professional life, a tragedy strikes. This transforms him forever. His philosophy of life changes and he goes out of his way, often using unconventional means, to make his workplace happy. This includes making a series of intrusions, at his risk, into the personal lives of his team members, in order to understand their real problems and try to resolve them. It leads him through a series of uncertain, yet intriguing experiences.

How does he deal with a couple, estranged for twelve years? And an inveterate drug addict? And a young man sunk in the debt created by his late father? Often going into flashback mode, the story cruises through some intense and wacky episodes in Sid’s life.

Where does this journey lead Sid to? What about his own life? A celebration of the life of the omnipresent urban working professional, "An Intent Intruder" attempts to take the reader through a series of twists and turns and explore for themselves!

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Sivan

Interesting. The writing needs to be polished better. Concept is good.

Sep 05 '16
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koni

Decently written, well-paced. The theme of romance is nicely intertwined with the entrepreneurial journey but somehow it doesn't feel quite authentic. Maybe the characters need to be fleshed out a bit more. I enjoyed reading it.

Sep 01 '16
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Mann Sharma

Jun 07 '16
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Sharva Jethwa

Interesting read. You want to know what happened further. There are too many brands there that could be cut down but it seems to be building up to something and I want to know what

Jun 03 '16
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Dinesh Pandey

If I were a publisher, at this point I would have asked for complete manuscript. I liked the story, the characters and the style. I hope to see it in prints. All the best.

May 18 '16
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smitha

great attempt, nicely written...excellent story telling

May 15 '16
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Karishma Chaubey

I won't hesitate in saying that although the book would be a misfit for paper publishing, but surely, the storyline is great. An offbeat experimental read sometimes do turnout great :)

May 15 '16
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Deepak Shivnani

Apr 19 '16
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pandustar

Decent story line so far, however, needs to be edited. Also cant quite understand why certain words and sentences have been underlined.
The story is thankfully a change from the mumbo jumbo mythological crap that is being belted out by wanna be authors and sob stories put out there by the others. There exists, however, a small niche of authors like you that make reading better.

Apr 18 '16
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Geetha Krishnan

A good attempt

Apr 13 '16
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Krishna Teja

The writing was really good! I was hooked by the story of Sid and Shreya. And if this was a book about them solely, then I would've given five stars. But after reading the synopsis, it was hard to make anything about the story from the first three chapters. But the language and the writing style- very good. All the best!

Apr 07 '16
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Deepak Kaul

Ponderous.

Apr 07 '16
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