In Love of Honey, Money....and My Virgin Passport

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In Love of Honey, Money....and My Virgin Passport

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  • Title: In Love of Honey, Money....and My Virgin Passport
  • Author: Mita Jain
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 142
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  • To read excerpt, click on Download Excerpt button below Get your giveaway copy of this Indian contemporary fiction topic show 1 Let s play a game I say a word, and you think of the next few words that flash in your mind Hyderabad Bangalore Gurgaon Mysore Pune Did som To read excerpt, click on Download Excerpt button below Get your giveaway copy of thisIndian contemporary fiction topic show 1 Let s play a game I say a word, and you think of the next few words that flash in your mind Hyderabad Bangalore Gurgaon Mysore Pune Did something click in your mind Is there something common about all these places If so, you already know what this book is about the very iconic software a.k.a IT industry Is this industry really a way to easy money minting job Maybe yes Maybe no What do you say Perhaps, Vinay can help you decide.

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    One thought on “In Love of Honey, Money....and My Virgin Passport

    1. Pradeep on said:

      ILOHM is a novel which is Vinay's take on life as an IT employee.Every person in IT would totally relate to it and would be nodding their head in many places while reading this book and for those not from this background this is surely a peek into the life of a techie especially the first few years.Being someone from the IT industry, if I’m asked to tell how life is when your career starts, that would be - Campus placements, honey moon period, 3 months training, project allocation after traini [...]

    2. Nikita (NjKinny's World of Books & Stuff) on said:

      "In Love of Honey, Money And My Virgin Passport" is the upcoming novel by Mita Jain who is also the author of the best selling books "Meeting Miss Konni Chiwa" and "Dead Man's Alibi".This is the story of Vinay and his journey in the IT industry. ".is book is about: the very iconic software a.k.a. IT industry.Is this industry really a way to easy & money-minting job? Maybe yes. Maybe no. What do you say? Perhaps, Vinay can help you decide."Vinay, our protagonist, represents the common Indian [...]

    3. Hitakshi Bawa on said:

      First and foremost I would like to thanks the author Mita Jain for providing me the review copy of her work. This was my first read for her writings but got to know that she had already named 2 more titles under her name. Dead Man's Alibi was her first novel, Meeting Miss Konni Chiwa was the first short-story from the "Last-Love-Series" and In Love of Honey, Moneyd My Virgin Passport (ILOHM) is her upcoming novelOHM is a story of an IT employee. How the world out there is for an IT engineer. I m [...]

    4. Shree on said:

      I picked up this book with a lot of apprehension. Thought I kind of liked the summary, I still had my reservations. Reason: Few months back an Indian female writer had contacted me to review a similar story ( No. I have nothing against Indians or Females. After all I fit into both the categories) After reading that poorly edited “Story-less” piece of work, I decided not to take any further chances. ( No prizes for guessing what book.oops! So called book it is. I was being a true saint while [...]

    5. Book'd on said:

      I would like to thank the Author Mita Jain for providing the review copy in exachange of an honest review.This was a very easy and interesting read. I am not from IT background, but the incidents and the emotions of a struggling fellow reminded me of my initial days at the start of career.Mita has portrayed the characters very well; especially I loved the character of Leena. Vinay's struggle for getting a job and getting through the office politics felt like my own story.This book has all the in [...]

    6. Finitha Jose on said:

      There are two types of men (or women for that matter) -- Jumbos and Dumbos. The former goes high up in the social ladder, adapts to tricks and traps, gets fat with fame and wealth and becomes the caricatures of excellence and success. And Dumbos . . . alas! its a sad case. These 'idiots' stick to the fairy tale ideals of their childhood and consequently flagged by truth and simplicity ends up in the ditch. Excessive cases might have the rare opportunity to be a part of history, thereby they beco [...]

    7. Ipshita Ranjana on said:

      .3.5/5ILOHM is a witty,light,simple and funny take on the booming IT industry through the eyes of Vinay,the main protagonist.Almost half of the youngsters in India do engineering and half of them go into the IT sector so there is no doubt that most of the youngsters or anyone who has come close to the IT industry would be able to relate with this book.The characters are one of reasons I personally liked the book because they are someone you can relate to or you can associate with someone in your [...]

    8. Iniya on said:

      a very nice read indeed this book portrays the life of youngsters in the IT industry could be easily related with ones personal life every one.of would have met such kind of personalities in our life there will lot of supportive vishals and dangerous samars as well thanks to Mita Jain for sending this book All the best for your future ventures Expecting lot from this author couldn't wait to read the other books in her name:-):-)

    9. Vinny on said:

      I got the copy of this book from the author, Mita Jain, for reviewing it. And after reading the book I was really glad that I chose In Love of Honey, Moneyd My Virgin Passport to read. Thanks to Mita for proving me with this opportunity. I'll give it a 3/5 stars.It was an enjoyable read throughout.Detailed review to follow.Update: 30.09.2013Review:Vinay, a fresh graduate in IT opts for a stable and secure job in the software industry. He tries to formulate successand at the same time balance his [...]

    10. Mita Jain on said:

      The special thing about ILOHM is that almost every urban Indian youngster, especially the ones working in IT industry, can find himself/herself in one or the other character. Are you Vinay, Cyrus, Rajalakshmi, Paramjeet or Samar? No, don't be Samar. Ever!Through the pages you would find echoes of your own college and initial career days - the fun, the confusions, the dilemmas, the aspirations, the jealousies, the depression, the joys and moreOHM is witty but not slapstick, light but not meaningl [...]

    11. Sowmya's book world on said:

      As a Software Engineer i can exactly feel vinay's emotions. This book was like a small tour to refresh my past a bit , The job interviews, recruitment, Joining, first salary, projrct, bench, Stress times in project, late night works, weekend works , office politics huh!! i just felt like i went back to 2009 and remembered all over again:) The last comic picture by vinay was fuuny(famvilla's Golden cow) hehe but sad part would is FaceBook is banned in most of the service Compnay :P Story was simp [...]

    12. Jatin on said:

      I like the story. Characterization of vinay,vishal and paramjeet.Its about it industry and i am not from it so its new for me.Sometime story seems to be unrealistic.Flow and pace is very good throughout the book but in the end its little very fastther should have to give more attention to end the book.End is predictable.No twist and masala.If you like to read off-bit then it is for you.go for it.

    13. Meghant Parmar on said:

      I.T industry and quite a lot of insightful for the readers to go through and experience. It's not the complete book but it's good enough to act as an eye opener. The rosy-2 picture from outside is quite different inside. This is what the book is all about. I.T people can relate to the book easily. It loses it's charm in the middle but gets back again. It's a good story to read and experience.

    14. Narendra on said:

      Vinay, the protagonist of the book is a very innocent character, like a guy, living next door. The story of the book is also good. It has an innocent feel in it. Overall a cute story.

    15. Aruna Kumar Gadepalli on said:

      Easy and quick read. IT and the stories that are based on the industry, with different narrative style.

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