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Cricket Till I Die
     

Cricket Till I Die

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by Grover Upneet
 
Vineet was an average engineer at an IT firm. His office sucked the life out of him making him hate every moment he spent there.

Cricket was his passion, a passion which he never had the guts to pursue until fate bestowed upon him an opportunity which would change his life forever.

Shrugging off a sparkling career – as a management consultant

Overview

Vineet was an average engineer at an IT firm. His office sucked the life out of him making him hate every moment he spent there.

Cricket was his passion, a passion which he never had the guts to pursue until fate bestowed upon him an opportunity which would change his life forever.

Shrugging off a sparkling career – as a management consultant – that lay ahead, this rubber ball stroking bloke embarks upon the most mercurial excursion to fulfil his dream of donning the navy blue jersey that reads INDIA.

The expedition which is riddled with the most crushing lows and mind numbing highs proves to be the ultimate test of his fortitude and makes him even more resolute.

How much more can he sacrifice to get there? And most importantly, will he get there?

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Product Details

BN ID:
2940013609723
Publisher:
Apps Publisher
Publication date:
07/08/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
723 KB

Meet the Author

Upneet Grover is a die hard cricket junkie, who, since a very young age, was enamoured by this game. The sparkle it invoked in his eye in 1992, during the world cup, still holds undiluted. He loves Sehwag's mindless audacity and Yuvraj's nonchalant panache with equal fervour. Sachin, he claims, has not been mentioned as he is “whose name shall not be uttered” by mere mortals like him. He also happens to be an engineer, thanks to a rotten stroke of luck (his claim), and then went on to be enslaved with a software MNC for almost two years. Currently scraping through his MBA by a hair's breadth from FMS Delhi, he has managed to compile this book after a lot of false praises by friends about his exemplary literary abilities.

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