|No. of Pages:||240|
About the Book :
‘All these bangers have gone and simply put us in trouble.’
I blinked. ‘Bangers?’
‘All those foreign bangers, you know,’ he said. ‘Recession, sub- prime, liquidity crunch. All bloody bakwaas. Making a fool of us.’
I remained silent. I hoped he wouldn1t ask me about my work!’
Jaikishan Patel belongs to a traditional Gujarati family but follows his passion, stepping into the glamorous, jet-setting world of investment and private banking. Jai is soon transformed into Dubai-based ‘Jack’ Patel, a hugely successful financial advisor in an American brokerage house. His life seems like a dream come true. He cracks a whopping million- dollar revenue target, receives an indecent proposal from a client’s wife and even manages to keep up with the latest Bollywood item numbers to impress the girl who is tugging at his heart.
But just when life seems perfect, recession hits the world economy. And right before Jack’s eyes his world begins to fall apart . . . Will he lose the love of his life too? Or will things look up in the end?
About the Author :
P.G. Bhaskar lives in Dubai with his wife and son. When asked what he does for a living, he somewhat sheepishly replies ‘banking’. He loves cricket and is often found on his sofa staring intently at the television set mouthing profanities when things don’t go according to his plan. When not watching TV, writing or banking, he puts together quiz questions in the hope of getting people to attend his quizzes.