ISBN 9789380914480,The Freshmen Year-1: Beyond Insanity

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ISBN 9789380914480
Publisher

General Press Publisher

Publication Year 2013
ISBN-13

ISBN 9789380914480

ISBN-10 9380914482
Binding

Paperback

Number of Pages 176 Pages
Language (English)
Subject

Fiction

Would you live up to the image of a Casanova and fornicate with a neuron spitting friend's sister, though subconsciously falling for someone else.

Would you give up on a friend who is being tortured mentally, emotionally and at last physically, or help him get out of a relationship where he hardly scrapes time to pee.

Would you help a friend who reminds you every second that perversion is 'actually' a disease and try to cure it using the most effective antibiotic in college, one girl sacrificed.

Would you care for someone who starts radiating neurons from his head the moment lecturer writes the topic on board, another girl sacrificed.

You here is Rahul, who thinks his life is a waste if he aint doing social service by helping people in dire need of salvation.
Are his attempts Rational, 'No'.
Do they help, 'more or less.'
Does he stop trying, 'not until he is dead, or killed in the attempt.'

About the Author
Mohit Naryani is the author of 2011-published laughter riot Trust Me, It'll Work. He decided to unleash his skills at writing Humour full force, thus conception: The Freshmen Year-I which is the first in the series of 'eights'.

Though he doesn't want to make it a phenomenon but Humour is something he claims comes naturally to him and you can expect more in that genre from him, in the future.

You can catch him on Facebook or Twitter.

P.S. He is an IT engineer by profession but that in no ways he wants to reflect in his work by sliding in the category of another 'engineer turned author', thus it's a 'P.S.'

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