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Suresh And The City

Ajay Mohan’s debut novel, Nothing can be as Crazy… tells us about the curious ways of life in the Indian Service-class. Suresh joins a bank as Probationary Officer, and is the straight and conservative kind. Besides, he’s also a second-generation city migrant, who is still wet behind the ears, especially when it comes to the all-absorbing life in the city.

Set in the environs of Hyderabad, Kolkata and parts of Uttar Pradesh, the novel gives us more than just a glimpse of the life led by the urban milieu and the upper middles-class families. Suresh himself tastes the treats the city has to offer, but is aghast at the uninhibited behaviour of his female counterparts. Can he beat the life in the city, or will he join it?

The Author

Ajay Mohan Jain is a B.Tech. from I.I.T. Kanpur and trained at I.I.M. Ahmedabad. He has worked with a leading commercial bank of the country where he got the opportunity to see life very closely through various phases and at various places, all over India. The entire revelation was so compelling that he ‘dropped-out’ to pen these down.

He has been writing regularly – mostly on topics of general interest for various newspapers and periodicals. Nothing can be as Crazy… is his first full-length work. He can be contacted at info@ajaymohanjain.com. More details about him and his work – http://www.ajaymohanjain.com/

Ajay’s FB profile – http://www.facebook.com/#!/profile.php?id=1663957092 and fan page http://www.facebook.com/pages/manage/#!/pages/Nothing-can-be-as-Crazy/169321338999

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