Tuesday, 7 June 2016

#BookReview ; Destiny of Shattered Dreams by Nilesh Rathod

An insider’s view into what goes on behind the glittering facade of corporate stardom, DESTINY of SHATTERED DREAMS is a fast-paced
tale of a brilliant young man’s meteoric rise. It is also a moving portrayal of the fallibility of love.
Ambition, passion
and raw courage are Atul Malhotra’s key aides to realizing his dreams as he learns the art of gambling for high stakes. What follows is a game of treachery, infidelity and murder.
The book lays bare the sordid corporate-politico nexus that compels this once middle-class boy to deftly learn the ropes and negotiate a world where dirty deals and power plays can make or break lives, where one wrong choice could be fatal.
A tale of yachts and hidden Swiss accounts, sordid affairs of lust, intrigue and exhilarating highs, Nilesh Rathod’s Destiny of Shattered Dreams is also the story of innocence forever lost.

Destiny of Shattered Dreams is the début work of Nilesh Rathod. A Graduate in commerce and a Chartered Financial Analyst by education, he is also the co-founder of Ensemble Infrastructure India Limited which started in the year 2002. The author is also an able poet & writes in both English & Hindi.

This book portrays the life of Atul Malhotra, a brilliant & straightforward young man whose dream was to start his own company hence after working a company for sometime he gathers some dreamers & able partners like himself & laid foundation of Transmech Telecom Limited (TTL) making him the chairman of the board & founder CEO at just 35. Married to Roshni Sinha & living a happy simple life. But as they say every good thing comes to an end. His life becomes a roller coaster of events both personal & professional affecting everyone around him. Will it destroy him completely or will he come out of it as a winner? Read it NOW to know..

The novel speaks about how an honest venture gets muddied because of the demons it had to embrace just to survive in the market. How a rising start up had to bow down to the pressure which politicians generally apply in real life too. The story line of the book is racy & keeps you glued to it. Genre of the book is contemporary fiction & covers many facets of life. While I believe the title could've been a little better but the cover is awesome! Also his poems were a breath of fresh air & gelled well with the chapters. I believe we should encourage such Indian writers more so that we can get such quality work hence it shouldn't be a miss. As Shobhaa De said “Nilesh just maybe the desi Jeffrey Archer India has been waiting for.” 

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