I’m Not Twenty Four…

Here’s a book, written by a man, but claims to be written from a girl’s perspective. The title of this book is surely very catchy, and we hope this book is catchy for you. 🙂 Sachin Garg is at your Adda, loaded with 50 books of his creation – ‘I’m not twenty four… I’ve been nineteen for five years’, to be given away for review! There are two types of stories. One, where you sit up and say ‘this is so me.’ Second, when a story takes you to a world you would hardly believe actually exists. This story is the latter. Of a Delhi girl who lands in a village in the middle of nowhere. Read below for the full excerpt and apply if you are interested in being among the 50 bloggers to review it!

We are giving away 50 author signed copies of ‘I’m not twenty four… I’ve been nineteen for five years’. Here’s the excerpt:

‘I’m not twenty four… I’ve been nineteen for five years’ is a National Bestseller which has received wide spread acclaim because of its unique distinction that author Sachin Garg has written it from a girl’s perspective. And also for the originality of the story, set in a unique back drop of a village in the middle of nowhere. The book explores what all Saumya goes through when she is thrown from a college in Delhi to a remote village in Northern Karnataka.

Saumya is a regular Delhi girl, but because her name Saumya, is a unisexual name, her company messes up her papers and she ends up finding herself in a small village. Here, Saumya meets a very interesting spectrum of people like Mallapa, the son of the soil, who seems to know way too much for his own good. And Shubhro, who is intrigue personified, to say the least. So how will Saumya struggle through all the changes and challenges rolled into a very small duration? Will it be virgin beaches, exotic dancers or colourful festivals waiting for her? Or will it be blood, violent bosses, cut limbs and riots?

Know the author:
Sachin Garg is known for writing stories which not only ring a chord with the reader but also leaves him with a long lasting thought. Described as an author worth checking out (MTV), A must read (Red FM) and a writer who will be enjoyed by all (Times of India), he continues to write stories which redefine numbers in the India Publishing Industry. In his novel ‘I’m Not Twenty Four’, released in 2010, he has written an unusual story of a Delhi girl who landed in a small village in the middle of nowhere. The book received widespread commercial and critical acclaim and enjoyed prolonged stay on Bestseller lists.

Sachin is an Engineer from Delhi College of Engineering (DCE) and did his MBA from MDI, Gurgaon. Apart from books, he has a keen interest in strength training activities and travelling. In 2011, he quit his day job to start his own venture in print media.

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