â€œI love you as certain dark things are to be loved, in secret, between the shadow and the soul.â€ -Pablo Neruda. We have a book that talks about love in an extremely unconventional way.
We have 20 copies of ‘Love Is Vodka’, up for review!
Overview of the book:
If love is all about freedom and honest expression then how can one associate it with loyalty?
Being a love child; Moon, the protagonist is anything but a conventional teen. With a leading TV news anchor as her mother, an aspiring entrepreneur as her boy friend, the word LOVE baffles her. The whole idea of having one partner and love being eternal is beyond her comprehension.
Life turns upside down when she falls for the CEO, who happens to be her mother’s boyfriend too. Destiny further complicates things by blessing her with a big time modelling assignment and she becomes famous and popular overnight.
A war starts waging between her head & heart on a lot of issues exposing her to various forms of love online & offline.
Will she decipher the true meaning of love? Embark on an exhilarating rendezvous with Moon and discover love like never before.
Know the author:Â Amit Shankar
Being an Ad man, writing comes naturally to him. Having worked on global brands like Nestle, General Motors, Microsoft, Canon, to name a few, Amit Shankar took a sabbatical to complete his debut title, Flight of the Hilsa. Released in the year 2010, it went on to become a national best-seller.
His second title, Chapter 11 was a hard hitting story of corporate sleaze, greed and dreams which also became a best-seller.
His third title, Love is Vodka, A Shot Ain’t Enough, was released this year in June. With its unconventional take on love, it has created a big splash and has generated positive reviews.
If not a writer, Amit would have been a musician. He loves Rock, Blues and Jazz. His list of God includes Satriani, Beck and Clapton, An avid coffee lover he loves biking, cooking, guns, horses and his space and freedom.
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