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A hilarious slice-of-life about greed, wealth, and one man’s search for some peace and quiet!
Desperate to get away from the city and take a much-needed break, Swami escapes to a quiet country farmhouse where he hopes he can relax in nature. But if only it was that easy! Swami, Jigneshbhai and his talkative Shridhar Mama soon stumble on much more than they bargained for.
Swami’s long-lost activist friend is on his own trip, lamenting his life and eagerly looking to make a quick buck. His ambitious boss is on a mission to get to the next level – no matter what it takes. And a young and trendy fashionista couple dream of finding the perfect land to set up shop.
As everyone descends on the countryside, each driven by their own greed, Swami begins to wonder if he’s really getting a break at all! And little does he know that when he returns home, things are about to get even crazier than before…
Blending classic slice-of-life humor with anecdotal satire, Give Me a Break paints a hilarious and relatable picture of greed, ambition, and human nature. Reminiscent of the timeless literary and humorous novels of old, this book is perfect for fans of fun and engaging books steeped in everyday human problems. Grab your copy now!
Ranjit Kulkarni is a writer based in Bangalore, India. Born and brought up in Mumbai by a police officer and a homemaker, he was educated at NIT Warangal and IIM Lucknow. He spent 22 years in the Technology and Consulting Industry before taking up writing books. When not writing, Ranjit is often found reading, tracking the stock market, and talking to his wife and son on philosophy (though he suspects they rarely listen).
He created Swami, the confused bloke with a heart of gold and Jigneshbhai, his wise friend and advisor. They have featured in many of his articles and books with their discussions and exploits, pursuing a world of their own. Other characters like the wealthy old man and Deja, the spiritual dog add a flavour of comic wisdom to Ranjit’s writing.
Ranjit’s writing style, according to readers, blends the humorous with the spiritual, the mundane with the meaningful, and often revolves around philosophical musings peppered within tongue-in-cheek, slice-of-life anecdotes.
Ranjit married Kshitija on the last day of 1997 and, with their son Parth, they live in Bangalore, India. Ranjit is reachable by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.