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Blurb (Short description) of the book Kartik is a young and handsome boy studying in the final year at an engineering college. He does not have money but his looks and dynamism attracts the girls. They may be rich, beautiful, clever or simple, but they all want him as their 'guy'. Kartik, however, learns a tough lesson of reality at the end of his college year. About the Author Satyajit Deshmukh, 26, is a ‘Computer Science and Engineering’ graduate from Amravati University, Maharashtra, India. Presently he works for a Pune-based top IT company as a Software Engineer. This is his first book. He can be reached at Satyajit_d6@yahoo.co.in.
Review of the book ‘Multi-threaded Love’ by Satyajit Deshmukh, a first-time author, does’nt disappoint. The book seamlessly weaves a love story against the backdrop of a college. Makes a good read!” – Savvy magazine, April 2009 Contents of the book Prologue Chapter # 1 Chapter # 2 Chapter # 3 Chapter # 4 Chapter # 5 Chapter # 6 Chapter # 7 Chapter # 8 Chapter # 9 Chapter # 10 Chapter # 11 Chapter # 12 Chapter # 13 Chapter # 14 Chapter # 15 Chapter # 16 Chapter # 17 Chapter # 18 Chapter # 19 Chapter # 20 Chapter # 21 Epilogue Rejoining Naughty girls Seminars MTV Bakra Swabhiman Punched Total recall Dinner party Where are the intellectuals? Crush on a highway Try some new clothes Pink magic Do or die Will you be my ‘Valentine’? Friendship…? Get lost The outsider force The diamond princess Simply paste it Movie plan going ‘Flop’ Wrapped feelings Something unexpected
Sample Chapter from the book “The diamond princess” Asmina was a beauty queen from the other engineering college of the city. Making her a beauty queen was not enough from destiny’s side; she was the only daughter of the biggest diamond merchant in the city. Boys from her college knew much about her. As per these ‘official sources ’, her father had migrated to the African countries in search of a job and joined a diamond business there. After earning much wealth in a short duration of time, he returned to India, with a bag full of diamonds, and married a beauty queen within their community, on a ‘full moon’ night. This ‘full moon’ night marriage resulted in their giving birth to a ‘moon full of beauty’. They named their princess ‘Asmina’; the name too was an ‘imported’ one. She joined the LINUX class in the morning batch. The first day when she arrived in the class, every girl wanted to introduce herself to Asmina. She deserved this respect because of the financial status of her family. She even discovered some of her schoolmates during this introduction. The sun was trying its best to warm the chilled atmosphere of the winter season, when Kartik arrived. Blue coloured sunglasses, a UK made jacket, and white sports shoes plus a roaring bike pushing the crowd on the road aside, made every girl present there now focus on Kartik. A buzz soon started amongst the girls. Naturally, Asmina was not an exception. She asked one of her schoolmates who this guy was. That girl briefed her about Kartik as one of the most talented boy within their class. What else was needed? Good looks, a dashing personality along with name and fame, this is all that was needed for a girl to start thinking about a guy. Naturally, Asmina suffered a great crush on him. She now took off her goggles and held one end of it between her teeth. She was lightly biting it, indicating that some thought processes were going on in her mind. The next morning it happened that Asmina was able to sit close to Kartik in the LINUX class. He was sitting at the extreme left end of boy’s row while she was sitting on the extreme right of the girl’s row, one lane ahead of Kartik. This provided an opportunity for Kartik to observe Asmina closely. She was round faced with twinkling eyes, had nice teeth and a fair complexion. In short, she was a goddess of beauty. Because of her, Kartik was unable to concentrate on what was being taught on that day. No sooner had he finish scanning Asmina’s beauty that she turned her face in his direction. She gazed deeply into his eyes and flashed a gentle smile. In reply, Kartik welcomed her with a smile.
For a moment Kartik felt as if she knew he was watching her beauty and she was eagerly waiting for the moment to arrive when his activity would be over. There was question in her eyes, “So what is your opinion about me?” “Mind blowing!” These were the words in Kartik’s mind. The next day Kartik was just five minutes late for his LINUX class. Coincidentally, Asmina too was late. She reached just a minute before him. She parked her vehicle and was walking towards the classroom, when she heard the roaring sound of a bike. Without even looking towards it, she understood that it was Kartik’s bike. She stopped for a while so as to have a look at him. A smile of familiarity spread over her face. Kartik noticed it while parking his bike. He was not able to believe that the ‘most desirable girl of their city’ was impressed by him in just three days. The following day, the LINUX class itself started fifteen minutes late. Hence, all the girls enjoyed a quarter-hour full of gossip. Kartik came to know that Asmina was a good friend of Neeta and Geeta as she was enjoying their company. Soon, the person who used to conduct the LINUX class arrived. He handed over the keys of the room’s lock to Kartik and got busy in parking his vehicle. Kartik moved ahead to open the lock. Asmina, Geeta and Neeta were standing close to the classroom’s door. Pointing towards Kartik, Asmina whispered something into Geeta’s ears. After hearing her sentence, Geeta’s face suddenly turned pale. Actually, Asmina expressed her crush for Kartik and Geeta was shocked to hear it— for two reasons. First, she showed her interest in a person with whom her cousin Neeta was deeply in love. Second, her engagement ceremony had been held just a month ago. The second point was more interesting as Asmina was ready to break her engagement for someone like Kartik. Geeta was totally confused about what had to be done now. Asmina confessed to Geeta considering her a good friend. But she was not aware of the fact that the person to whom she was confessing, Geeta, knew that Kartik was the dream man in her cousin’s life. Geeta decided to remain her best friend and warn Asmina without actually hurting her. That day, after the LINUX class was over, Geeta made everything clear to Asmina. She even warned her that from now on she should not to think of any other man except her husband-to-be. Asmina found it hard to agree. But considering that at least one of her friends would live a happy life with Kartik, she stopped thinking of him. A thread was being aborted. (9)
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