Friendship Calling
Sayan Bhattacharya

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Synopsis

Four fast friends enjoy a rocking college-life in Calcutta which binds them as best buddies but life soon flings them in different directions. Staying in different cities and pursuing different careers, their lives seem to move on smoothly. But things suddenly take a different turn when one friend disappears mysteriously, leaving no traces behind!

As the rest of the friends are baffled, one of them decides to find their missing buddy at all costs. In a chance encounter he meets his missing friend’s fiancé who also joins him in the quest. The search takes them through the city of Mumbai, in a roller-coaster of situations, where they stumble upon a hitherto unknown phase of their friend’s life …

Will the duo be able to crack the mysterious disappearance of their friend? …. Or, as the search keeps churning out shocking revelations, will they abandon their ‘friendship calling’? …. Will their worlds change forever in the process and outcome of the search? ...

‘Friendship Calling’ takes you along in the search for the missing friend, from Calcutta to Mumbai and pushes you face to face with some of life’s unimaginable turns. In this race against destiny, the friends follow every clue to trace out their missing buddy but they are unaware of the harsh truth that will stall their efforts, to which they have no answer!

Friendship, fun, emotion and dark realities crisscross paths in this story of common friends on an uncommon journey, until the truth explodes in an outcome which none had ever dreamt of!

The story based on true incidents, this is the author’s debut novel.

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Ramachandra Kulkarni

Nice read, The story of friendship always works, and working people will relate easily to it. Will look forward to read the whole book.

Sep 02 '14
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Sapna Bhattacharya

Well written and holds the readers attention. I personally feel it would have been better if by the end of the third chapter the focus was not so much on Debu. Wanted a little more insight into Kaushik's disappearance. Will want to read further anyhow.

Jul 30 '14
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Chacko

The book gives quite a vivid and picturesque explanation on the life of friends, and their friendship. Its a good read, and keeps the reader engrossed throughout. The authors simple writing style is laudable.

Jul 09 '14
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Sujay Sivasankaran

This book creates interest in us by telling the college days and hinting that something had happened to one of their dear friend. it takes us to the nostalgic college days memories...

Jun 19 '14
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Sobha Manoj

"Friendship Calling " is a buoyant cruise down the ocean of adolescent memories to the shores of an everlasting friendship. An exciting voyage which doesn't demand a respite, till the destination. Definitely the author deserves an applause for his brilliant debut. Surely, he has the potential to carve a niche in the wall of literature. I've etched his name in the list of my favourite authors. Looking forward for many more of his works..

Jun 20 '14
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Hetika Sanghani

I would definitely rate this 3.5 stars...really liked the build up..the excitement...very beautiful transitions from past to present and back to past again...just wished that the 3rd chapter would continue atleast a little bit of what was left in the 2nd chapter...nonetheless would want to read more...

Jun 13 '14
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Hetika Sanghani

Yes i wish that too....All the best!!!

Jun 13 '14
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Sayan Bhattacharya

Thank you for reviewing my book and for your comments and constructive feedback Hetika !! Wish you get to read the entire book soon !

Jun 13 '14
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Pritha Bhattacharya

It is a wonderful book. I really enjoyed each and every moment of it while reading.

Jun 10 '14
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Martin Caspary

Truly tinged with emotions, journeys and questions this book is difficult to put down in reading the first half and almost impossible to put down during the second. I found the entire book a truly inspiring read!

Jun 09 '14
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Prajit Menon

This is indeed a engaging and engrossing story ! The story line is unique and instantly relates to most working professionals ..who often keep craving for bridging the lost camaraderie of care free college days but often get confronted by the harsh realities of their professional lives !! Kudos to the author !!

Jun 09 '14
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Jaideep Chakrabarty

Thanks for not writing yet another run-of-the-mill love story. Brilliant topic, crisp writing and a solid ending! Hope to read more from the author.

Jun 07 '14
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Aravind Krishnan

Interesting read..good campus novel punched with elements of suspense and mystery..

Jun 06 '14
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Avinash Sathey

Very Interesting. Want to see how this turns out. Nice work.

Jun 03 '14
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Ananthanarayanan V

Interesting read. Looking forward to the complete book. All the best!

May 28 '14
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Niyati Shinde

Looks very interesting... Excited to read the rest of the book :-)

May 27 '14
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About the author

Sayan Bhattacharya Follow

Born in 1974 in Calcutta and a Post-graduate in English Literature, I am a Banking professional in the IT Industry. My passion is writing and I have been actively blogging on different genres of creative writing for more than three years now.