“Frustrated with their current jobs, Uday, Adhyayan, and Rajasekaran team up to start an innovative business, non-existent in Indiauntil then. Ignoring all pragmatic aspects of life, they chase their dreams with immense pleasure. However, their journey is no cakewalk, as they confront financial crisis and rejections soon. Uday plays a business trick to triumph over that uninfluenced market; it works initially, but soon boomerangs, blowing the team apart. The police arrests Uday accusing him of illegal activity by his organization. Were there any blemishes in their plan or was it just a typical Indian market, reluctant to accept an un-experimented concept? Will they be successful in implementing their innovation,staking their hard earned money, stable jobs, relationships, and life ‘S.O.A.R is the story of chasing a dream, quandary between desire and responsibility, friendship and love. Join the gutsy journey of three young entrepreneurs. ”
ABOUT THE AUTHOR :
Abir Mukherjee was born and brought up in Bardhaman, a small town of West Bengal. He is currently based in U.S.A having completed more than 8 years as an IT Professional. He has completed his B.E. in computer science and engineering in 2005 and started working in different software MNCs. ‘S.O.A.R’ is his second novel.Blackbuck Publication has published his first novel, ‘As Life Has No Undo’.He loves to sketch and write in his spare time. He writes to entertain people, not to teach themhow to live life, how to be successful in life or any other philosophical lessons.
MY REVIEW :
“Success over Adversity Reigns” is an eye-catchy title for sure. The title itself can raise the interest of the readers. The writing style of the author and its narrations is nice. Although, the cover of the book could have been much better. The main plot of the story is all about three friends Uday, Adhyayan and Rajasekaran have planned to go on a different plot. The story showed the challenges they faced and how they did not lose their hopes. Apart from these challenges they faced many other issues. Adhyayan was not able to give enough time to his wife even if he loved her truly. On the other hand , Rajasekaran falls in love with a Bengali girl and last but not the least Uday has suffered since childhood.The language of the book is easy to understand. Being a reader, I did not get bored while reading this book as the author has done a brillaint job in keeping everything to the point and not too long. All the three faces many challenges and they are not supported by anyone not even their family members. The only draw back which caught my attention was that some lines were written in other languages but their meaning were not explained to the readers. The book is beautifully written which will keep you hooked until the end. A perfect book, which proves everything, can be done in life. The happy ending of the book adds cherry to the cake.
I would rate the book : 4./5.