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3 @ a Time Paperback – 2 Jun 2015

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About the Author

Diptendu Sekhar Chakraborty is an engineering graduate and holds a post-graduate degree in Management from Pune. He currently works at an automobile company based in Muscat, Oman. In his five year old professional career, he has worked with automobile, advertising and entertainment sector. His work has taken him to many parts across the country and abroad. He finds this experience very relevant while giving shape to his stories. Three at a time is his debut literary achievement. Diptendu is currently based in Muscat, Oman. He loves watching movies or reading anything near the sea shores of Muscat when he is not working.

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  • Paperback: 200 pages
  • Publisher: Omji Publishing House Pvt. Ltd. (2 June 2015)
  • ISBN-10: 9384028363
  • ISBN-13: 978-9384028367
  • Package Dimensions: 19.6 x 13 x 1.3 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #1,35,730 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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By komal priyani TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 4 July 2015
Format: Paperback
Review Time :- 3 @ a Time By Diptendu Sekhar Chakraborty..
Congrats for ur debut book author..This book is a normal college life story with large dose of flirting,ambitious about carrier and studies, campus politics and maintaining the so called "cool or should i say casanova image"..From Deepankar's never say die attitude to his series of girlfriends , From Pooja's supportive aspect to Ritika and Sonali's viscous plan, From HR placement cell to Brand Committee, From "DahiHandi" To New years eve..From "Handling the tough situations with ease" to breaking up hearts...this book is "total campus masala"

Lessons Learnt :-
:-Never be over confident about urself, even if the deal is 100% sure never ever believe the buyer if ur a sales man till the monetary transactions is made...as u don't know wen will the stars play a trick on u..
:-Sometimes assumptions are the biggest enemies of mankind even if ur sure about any activity u should never ever assume (who knows they might turn into a reality some day :P)
:-Life is an unexpected ride sometimes it doesn't turn out the way u wanted so brace urself...do ur best and leave the rest
:-People in 21st century only believed in tit for tat and revenge is a dish, served for everyone..

Positives :-
:-The language used is very simple and understandable being a debut writer he is bang on where language is concerned
:- I just loved the attitude of Deep towards life (his never say die attitude, his ambitious and hardworking phase was very well described)
:-Characters were described well (Pooja was my favourite among all, way she supported deep was commendable)

Negatives :-
:- Apart from printing errors and grammatical mistakes...
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By Rahul Rai Khatri TOP 500 REVIEWER on 18 July 2015
Format: Paperback
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3 @ a Time is a MBA college based story written in First person by the protagonist Deepankar describing his tenure in the college and numerous affairs with girls . Book is the debut work of author and the Protagonist is portrayed as a Philander , Can say a Play Boy who is extremely popular in college and had relationship with so many , literally , so-many girls . He's portrayed as a laborious and never die attitude which keeps him popular among college crowd , either positive or negative , he's really popular . As the name suggest , 3 @ a Time , Protagonist had three girlfriends at a time in college and book revolves around the fact how he handle all of 'em on same time .

What I love most in this book is the scenario of DahiHandi where a muslim guy is portrayed as an active element in making the human pyramid which made the readers think about the Communal violence which aggravated many people during the riots , and was only started as a result of some dirty politics and was not hatred of the people . And Applause for author , for fulfilling his social duty by giving message of Religion Tolerance :)

One of the chapter begins with an interesting paragraph , which is what-reader-thinks part . Paragraph goes as " An eye for an eye makes the whole world blind ' were the words of father of the nation MK Gandhi , but in today's world every single person believes ,'An eye for an eye makes a blind person see the world '. People believed in tit for tat and revenge is a dish , serve hot for everyone ." So I'm yet to decide which Point of view is right , MK Gandhi's or Protagonist , so till then advantage of doubt goes to MK Gandhi .
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I will try to give an overall opinion/experience with the book.

To start with, I must say that the author’s language is simple and fluidic but not good enough to be called a great prose style. So clearly, the book is focused on the young readers of India. Our protagonist is Deepankar (and also is the narrator of the story) is a cool dude, and is so handsome/cute that most of the girls fall for him. In the whole book, a commendable number of girls have fallen for him. Before going into further details of the story, I like to praise the author for something I personally use a lot. While introducing the protagonist, he doesn’t use the conventional way to saying “My name is this, and I am of height this and blah blah”; but rather he introduces him via some other character’s mouth. This is good way of introducing main characters.

Now, let’s go deeper in the story. So, our hero Deepankar is a cool and overconfident stud who falls first for a girl Deepannita (strangely, many characters have the prefix Dip or Deep, e.g. Deepankar, Deepannita, Deepika and more), and then he discovers she is a lesbian. Yeah, that’s right. This is something new I recently read in any Indian writing. That’s something of good twist. Then he climbs the stairs of success, and more girls come near him. Not to mention, he himself is somewhat pervert, always trying to find a girl to get into her pants. Despite having a girlfriend Naina before joining the MBA college (our main venue where things happen), he indulges himself in more-than-a-kiss-and-less-than-sex with three girls(Ritika, Sonali, Priya and almost Pooja). Utterly confused, who actually he is in love, he plays along with three of them.
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