19
Sep

Logic and Love

About the book

Close your eyes and think about your College days – What do you see? Girls, Grass, N-10, Crush, Whisky, fight with seniors over a football match… and no studies. What a life!!!!

Saptak’s life was based on 3G. No, I am not speaking about the latest mobile technology. It stands for GUITAR, GRASS AND GIRLS.

Close your eyes and think about your professional life. What do you see? Oh shit!!! f**k! I am screwed.

PNS Technologies, Precisely Pick n Stick Technologies Limited where Saptak works- their motto ‘Creating the Stick that beats its Pick’– reigns supreme. Day in and day out Saptak’s bewilderment continues to rise doing the monotonous Copy-Paste work. Strangled between the war of his mind and heart, Saptak finally quits his job and returns to JyotiNagar where Debaroti, his childhood companion waits for him.

An incredible idea struck Saptak which slowly leads to the creation of his Software product company ‘Innovation Techlabs Pvt Ltd’.

What is the idea? Will he have a life? Or Love? Or both?

Love, Logic and the God’s Algorithm asks every reader How long can you wait to you hear your inner voice? How long can you wait to clear your heart’s doubt?                                       

About the author

Saptarshi Basu is a Gold Medallist in Mechanical Engineering, and has been in the IT industry for last seven years and has worked for three major IT companies in India. However, writing has always been his first love, his passion. His Debut novel Love, Logic and the God’s Algorithm has been recently published. His second novel, Committed Online, published by Vitasta Publishing along with Times group Books (TGB) will be launched in September.

He now works as a Project Manager at Wipro Technologies in Kolkata. He can be reached at Saptarshi.basu1981@gmail.com.

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