How an iphone made me the youngest billionaire
Kunal Saraff

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Synopsis

A story where the author incurs many failures in life but believes that failures come to those who deserve something bigger. The author's belief differs from the masses and he dares against the wind. Despite not graduating from any 'A' grade colleges of the country, defies the rule that only learned can achieve something big.

The mention of the business ventures he undertakes while in college that are fairly innovative. Despite being discouraged and highly demotivated, his attitude and will to succeed keeps him going. He has done something worth writing and written something worth reading...!

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Rohanreddy Sama

Coooool

Mar 27 '15
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Deepak Kaul

After reading 3 pointless chapters, I had no idea where this story was headed.

Mar 03 '15
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Suman Chhabria Addepalli

The good points first: Cover and title is very engaging and exciting. The enthusiasm and energy is apparent.
-ves: The book seems to have been written by a teenager. There is no thought in the structure and there are a lot of errors, like he didn't read it even the second time, itself. Also, there are a lot of sentences which could be edited out. Good attempt, but lot of work needed on this.

Feb 26 '15
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Shraddha Agarwal

After I read the 1st chapter, the website hung for 15 mins, But i waited 15 mins to read the 3 chapters.

The cover page prompted me to click on the 3 chapters, and now the 3 chapters ignite me as to what and how the story ends up? How will the billionaire thing come up? But yeah in 3 chapters the author has used superb one liners which binds the readers to contemplate...
Would have definitely bought this book if it would have been available!

Feb 02 '15
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pandustar

The writing stand apart from others. It is refreshing and hopefully the readers will fall in love with the characters which should be mentioned in due course of the book. Good, crisp writing. Needs a bit of editing, but this should be a winner hands down.
Suggest you re look at the title - something more swashbuckling and crisp.

Feb 02 '15
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Mahrukh Chikliwala

The first three chapters are just autobiography.... no inkling or clues as to how the writer will become a millionaire...i expected some teasers in the next two chapters but the story is nor moving forward. The back story could have come in flashbacks which will make the read more interesting.
Editing and changing the story structure will make for an interesting read.
I am curious as to what Kunal has to say in the chapters ahead.

Feb 01 '15
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Jan 28 '15
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Shaina Agarwal

The real life issues probably faced by all the youths of the world...but the inspiring quotes in between makes is interesting...A little work is required probably on the editing part...But quite eager to know how does this guy becomes a billionaire...

The cover page and the quote on it is superb!!

Jan 28 '15
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Hetika Sanghani

to start with the positives...loved the cover page and the title...definitely invokes interest...but what is disappointing is the story...it does not develop any interest...its very confusing...the passage of time is not clear...i wish the author could rewrite it as the synopsis also invokes interest...

Jan 27 '15
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Aviral Singh

Although the concepts used seem apt, the overuse of references to mercedes and bmw was a little annoying to me as a reader. One thing i noticed was that the chapters were devoid of any planned narrative- the content of the chapters was not in sync with the chapter's title. Plus the tripin vii std to lonavala and mumbai where few students were consuming alcohol and the students meeting film stars right at the airport was difficult to swallow as a reader. I feel the honesty in writing a memoir is missing, plus the organisation and planning in describing the events. Nevertheless, if worked upon, it could surely be made much better. All the best to you..!

Jan 27 '15
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Remesh

It was a fun read. i am not really into memoirs though!!

Jan 26 '15
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