How low will you stoop to fulfil your dreams? Jeet Roy, a college Casanova, has published a book by unfair means. All he wants is to earn loads of money and have hot girls chase after him wherever he goes! Rohit Sehdev, a one-book-old popular fiction writer is furious when he finds out that his publisher has cheated him out of his royalties. Karun Ahuja is a highly ambitious schoolboy who wants to win the heart his lady love by writing a novel about it and he doesn’t mind playing dirty to get to the top.
Ruthlessly exploiting these ambitious young men is their unscrupulous publisher. Sometimes funny, sometimes shocking, Paperback Dreams is the story of a new breed of young writers who will do anything to get famous, fast.
What are people saying
Rahul Saini’s Paperback Dreams a recently launched books is must read for all those people who like light – hearted stories with a pinch of romance, comedy and evil plans. While reading this book I had a constant smile on my face. The story is about three authors and their relationship with their publishers. This book not only entertains you like a masala movie but it also conveys some life – dealing messages like, in the end no matter how bad your day has or no matter how harsh life has been have hope on the one’s you love, and most of all enjoy the lil things. So overall the story left a good impression on my heart and I hope others too read it, enjoy it and feel the same.
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Very fast service from seller side, thanks to Amazon for keeping such trustworthy sellers in contact which are not only fast, honest but also provide best product (meaning good condition) as described on website. The book is awesome to read and I want to mention that I haven’t kept the book down since started reading from day 1. The author Rahul Saini has once again proved that he is “The Best” and put really good things in it. You will never get bored, Its full of fun and humorous book with lots of laughter. Highly recommended to all.
Finished the book in one sitting! Yes, it does keep you involved. The characters are easily to relate. Overall, Kudos to Rahul Saini & Waiting for the next one now!!
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