|No. of Pages:||438|
About The Book
'And she's done it again! This time, a madder rollercoasterthat cocks a happy snook at the Lok Sabha election darma- the idiosyncrasies and the bizarre nitty-gritties, the"elecsun" types and their manoeuvres, and a love tanglethrobbing sexily amidst it all.' First City
'Battle for Bittora displays the same spunky, bold style thatAnuja displayed in Zoya, one that manages to grasp Indianpopular culture by the collar and lay it bare on the pagesfor us to laugh at, make fun of and, more importantly,relate to.' The Asian Age
'The books sparkles with a wry wit and very real characters- kleptomaniace, sex addicts and bigots all bring urbandisorder to a sparse, rustic "dust bowl".' Femina'With their idiosyncrasies, mispronunciation andpicaresque mannerisms, Bittora's residents come acrossas a feisty bunch.' Hindustan Times
'Chauhan manages to legitimize a new vocabularyemerging from the violent collision between Bharat andIndia that has all the promise of a new lingua franca.'Outlook
'[W]hether a girl is fighting to get into parliament oroccupy the corner cabin of her office, what she really,really wants to know is how good her you-know-what islooking in a pair of stretch jeans [....] Also, whether she'llget the guy [....] in the end. Oh no, I'm not telling. Go.Read. The. Book.' India Today
'Didn't you mean any of the sweet things you said to me last night?'
I stopped giggling abruptly.
'I meant some stuff,' I wrote.
'Good,' he wrote back. 'I meant some stuff too. Now go away andlet me think about how I'm going to crush you.'
'In your arms?' I couldn't resist typing.
'No, you maniac. In the election.'
About The Author
Anuja Chauhan was born in Meerut and went to school inMeerut, Delhi and Melbourne. She has worked inadvertising for over seventeen years and has created manypopular ad campaigns for PepsiCo, including 'Nothing OfficialAbout it', 'Yeh Dil Maange More', 'Oye Bubbly', 'Darr ke aagejeet hai', and 'Live it Abhi'.
She lives outside Bangalore with her husband Niret Alva,their three teenagers, two dogs, two cats and numerousgirgits.
|Title:||Jinni (Battle for Bittora Hindi)||Publisher:||westland/Yatra|
|No. of Pages:||438|