Tornado Giveaway 2: Book No. 34: CAFÉ LATTE by Amit Shankar






Name of the Book: CAFÉ LATTE
Author: Amit Shankar

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1. Inderpreet Kaur Uppal
2. Amrit Sinha
3. Rashi Gaur

The Story:

18 UNUSUAL short stories...

We are brought up listening to and reading stories, which make us form a clichéd framework of expectations and concepts about life. Café Latte takes you on a tantalizing foray into the unusual with some refreshing and some startling stories. A young man, Bikash, is delivered a message through paranormal forces while waiting on the railway platform; A doctor snaps a young man back to life by promising to help him commit suicide. A poor boy, Lokesh, dreams of people at a cinema night show perishing in a fire. Will his desperate attempts to save some lives succeed? 'The Other Side' is the story of a nymphomaniac fighting her desperate craving for sex. 'Smart TV' showcases a smart sales performer, Raj, buying his wife and daughter an expensive TV to cover his affair. 'Code of Honor' is a poignant tale of an army jawaan and his last letter to his son who shuns the army. The stories cover a broad spectrum of people and events and have us turning the pages eagerly for the twist in the end. So shed the mundane, become a fearless traveller and savor a fresh approach towards the enigma called Life.

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About The Author 


Amit Shankar 

With over a decade of advertising and marketing experience, during his advertising stint, as a Copywriter and a Creative Director, he leveraged his creative panache backed by a solid strategic thinking. No wonder, his campaigns bagged some of the biggest creative as well as strategic marketing and communication awards. Having worked with some of world’s biggest and hottest advertising agencies, he has worked spearheaded brands like Nestle, UNICEF, Cisco, HP, GM, Pedigree, Microsoft, Honda, Canon and Toshiba.

From advertising, he moved to the next level, marketing and joined one of the largest global telecom brands. It was here that he decided to take a break and tell a story on a larger format.

Released in 2010, his debut novel, Flight of the Hilsa was widely accepted and appreciated. Next year, in 2011, he launched, Chapter 11. Both these went on to become national best sellers.

His passion includes music, biking and photography and list of Gods; Clapton, Slash, Blackmore, Santana, Satriani, Vie and Stevie Ray Vaughan.

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18 comments:

  1. Dear Ruchika, you would love it for sure. most definite point of view on death and its varied hues.

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  2. you would love it. it demystifies in death in varied hues.

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  3. a worthwhile read that would intrigue you with tis shades of death and life. a read that will make you appreciate you life so much more as it presents death so beautifully.

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  4. dear readers, you would love every single story only the intensity could vary. a must read for every serious reader.

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  5. never judge a book by its cover and if the blurb is inviting...well there is a lot more in the book. go for it. you would love reading it.

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  6. Dear Rubina, it would make you wonder, think, introspect, sulk, crave and fall in love with life all over again.

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  7. never judge a book by its cover and if the blurb is inviting...well there is a lot more in the book. go for it. you would love reading it.

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  8. I love short stories and these are UNUSUAL too :)
    My spotlight: http://sundarivenkatraman.blogspot.in/2015/08/tornado-giveaway-2-book-no-34-cafe.html

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  9. seems to be very interesting.. i like paranormal

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  10. Beginning to love short stories.
    My spotlight: http://www.iluvfiction.com/2015/08/tornado-giveaway-2-book-34-cafe-latte.html

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    1. Dear Ruchi, this one would make you fall crazily in love with them. Happy reading.

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  11. I hope to follow his path.... currently in advertising I dream to write stories that will touch people's hearts.
    http://ishireviews.blogspot.in/2015/08/cafe-latte-by-amit-shankar-giveaway.html?m=1

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  14. Short Stories seem to be flavor of the season

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  15. Sounds interesting.... love to read short stories

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  16. I would love to get my hands on this one. Sounds like my kind of thing x)

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