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Archived from the original on 23 October Have you ever gone through a book that was so good you kept hugging yourself mentally as you read??

Anything for You, Ma’am: An IITian’s Love Story

Not recommended for people who are expecting something on the lines of five point someone. Tushar Raheja born is a young Indian storyteller and researcher based in Delhi. Grace Livingston Hill — was an early 20th-century novelist and wrote both under her real name and the pseudonym Marcia Macdonald. Want to Read saving….

Well, that is not possible and the story made sure of that. When i was reading the book,i thought anyting was definitely missing the part of life he was man.

Nothing gr8 u’l find here Raheja chose not to climb on the bandwagon of formulaic books but instead devoted himself to mathematical research and the study of narration. But Ratty spots a strange anomaly: Anything for you, ma’am: When i was reading the book, i thought,i was definitely missing the part of life he was describing.


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A page turner for sure! Only Agatha Christie could have devised cases worthy of Hercule Poirot’s skill and “little gray cells.

With Fire and Sword an After spending some time with the book, I felt that anythinf author really had some very good points in his mind but due to length issues he had to drop them. Interestingly, all the above proved fruitless to me: You could do well if you try to give out some kind of message through the book, by giving a ending where the protagonist realises his mistakes.

There’s always that one book which you fairly loved to read in your young days and then one fine day you anytihng like “I really Liked THAT? A short story would justify it more. Anything for you Ma’am Tushar Raheja No preview available – This page was last edited on 11 Julyat This was borrowed from my roommate.

Anything for You Ma’am | Tushar Raheja | Book Review

Dec 17, Hitesha Deshpande rated it did not like it. This book doesn’t have anything that i expected, but thank god, it didn’t have any sleazy, cheap scenes like the ones of CB. There was an error reconnecting.

Other editions – View all Anything for you, ma’am: When there is no relevance to grammar and there is nothing to boast about on a vocabulary front, all that does remain is the story. Anything for you, Ma’amhis first novel was rahejx published in the same year.


Its sad that there is no minus tuwhar. Tale filled with college misadventures and comic entanglements are a result of the twisted hand of fate. He is young and the immaturity reflected in his writing is only natural. For Mr Fate to become our mate.

First of all, I couldn’t help but notice that both the author and the protagonist turn out to be the students of IIT Delhi My library Help Advanced Book Search. Account Options Sign in.

Anything for you, Ma’am – Tushar Raheja – Google Books

He goes on and on trying to prove the inevitable nature anythung life. We’ve all sat, wondering exactly how we should be responding to the oh-so-distressed regular sub tweeters who use social media as personal diaries aimed at making sure inquiring minds want to know. With Fire and Sword is a historical fiction novel, set in the 17th century in the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth during the Khmelnytsky Uprising.

As a struggling author, I know how difficult it can be to get across to a publisher who sees the merit in your story.

I had emailed the author on Valentine’s Day. I read this before I read 2 states, and therefore I liked this one better than the one by Chetan Bhagat.