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Hickory Dickory Shock by Sundip Gorai

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Know the Author - Sundip Gorai is a BTech from IIT, and an MBA from IMT with fifteen years of experience in Business Intelligence and Analytics. He is the Practice head of Business Intelligence and Analytic at a leading Indian software company. In his earlier stint, he led Oracle Financial Services analytics business in Latin America and the Caribbean. He has traveled across more than thirty countries and advised global organisations on information strategy. His area of interest includes recreational mathematics, whodunit, Howdunits, surf guitar legends, Bollywood potboilers, quantitative Risk models, submarine rides, and spirituality. He currently stays in Atlanta, USA.

About the book - Tuten (210) Chatterjee, a mathematical whiz-kid with an uncanny knack for finding patterns. chances upon a webchat betwwn two mysterious webchatters-HICKORY and DICKORY, and learns about the deep conspiracy brewing inside SHIVAN Computers. Things take a murky turn when a software innovator is murdered in a packed auditorium by an invisible killer,an unseen assassin kills a software visionary in a locked room,and a mysterious masked man sabotages a server room and vanishes with Lord-a cutting-edge software invention form India. The trouble heightens when Raja,Chairman of Shivan Computers,hatches an accounting fraud of unimaginable proportion by manipulating the accounting book of LorD.

Now lets talk something what i feel about this book.Hickory Dickory Shock! The Tale of Techies by Sundip Gurai is a book that you can finish in a single sit. Forget about all the genre you read and enjoy the book as a light read.
It's rarely happens that we get a chance to delve in the story before reading the book. Sundip has provided 4 chapters of his book on his site from where you start peeping inside the story and if you really like the first few chapters, You will must tend to complete the book.

A well written story that has appeal and grip that will keep you attached to the story till the last page.

Happy Reading
:)
P.S.- Cricket World Cup is starting,today I am keeping my fingers crossed what about you.

4 comments

nkauwa
Sunday, February 20, 2011

very unusual story, loved reading it.

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Monday, February 28, 2011

Nicely written review :)

Anjana Pai.
Monday, February 28, 2011

The story is interesting, your review is excellent!!

ViJ@Y
Monday, February 28, 2011

@all thanks