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Falling in love is one of the most exquisite feelings that one can experience in their lifespan. But what if while searching for your true soul mate, you end up having that "exquisite feeling" for three people at the same time

3 @ a time is the story of Deepankar and his tryst with trust, love, relationship, betrayal and humiliation with 3 girls at the same time
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Paperback, First, 192 pages
Published February 1st 2015 by Omji Publishing house
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Rahul Khatri
Jul 16, 2015 rated it liked it
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Classy Debut !

3 @ a Time is a MBA college based story written in First person by the protagonist Deepankar describing his tenure in the college and numerous affairs with girls . Book is the debut work of author and the Protagonist is portrayed as a Philander , Can say a Play Boy who is extremely popular in college and had relationship with so many , literally , so-many girls . He's portrayed as a laborious and never die attitude which keeps him popu
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Komal Priyani
Jul 03, 2015 rated it liked it
Congrats for ur debut book author..This book is a normal college life story with large dose of flirting,ambitious about carrier and studies, campus politics and maintaining the so called "cool or should i say casanova image"..From Deepankar's never say die attitude to his series of girlfriends , From Pooja's supportive aspect to Ritika and Sonali's viscous plan, From HR placement cell to Brand Committee, From "DahiHandi" To New years eve..From "Handling the tough situations with ease" to breakin ...more
Karthick Udaiy
Jul 14, 2015 rated it liked it
My Thought -

First of all congrats to the author for his debut book and Clear blurb indicated the complete “campus tale”. I had spent my last few nights for this book. Author used clean and understandable language and story conveying approach was commendable and notable one Cu's in the debut he "succeeded". Each and every scenario author described was good with lots of humors ,toying,campus politics, desire about the career also I really enjoyed while reading. Characterization delinea
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Himani Gupta
Apr 24, 2015 rated it liked it
☆☆☆ A book for all the engineer and management students. Flirting, Love and Campus Life, narrated by the Author. The concept was not fresh but still one can read it, If they are interested in Campus Life.

Full review: http://www.himanipassion.com/book-rev...
Anirban Nanda
Jul 21, 2015 rated it liked it
Few days ago, I have read the book 3 @ A Time by Diptendu Shekhar Chakraborty . It is the author’s debut book.

I will try to give an overall opinion/experience with the book.

To start with, I must say that the author’s language is simple and fluidic but not good enough to be called a great prose style. So clearly, the book is focused on the young readers of India. Our protagonist is Deepankar (and also is the narrator of the story) is a cool dude, and is so handsome/cute th
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Tushti Bhatia
Aug 31, 2015 rated it liked it
Falling in love is one of the most exquisite feeling, but what if one person falls in love with 3 at a time?
3 at a time revovles around deepankar and his tryst with trust, love, relationships, betrayal and humiliation with 3 girls at the same time along with maintaining his reputation as the wonder boy of his college..
It is said that love happens once, but what if everytime you fall in love with the wrong person at the right time?
Will the search for his perfect soul mate be completed aft
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Divya Ramnath Bandodkar
What did I feel about the story?

Deepankar, a B.E. graduate, is admitted in to the Khandala Business School for pursuing his post graduation degree.

Just like what happens with the hostellers in normal life, Deepankar and his friends are ragged. But, Deepankar being witty and friendly befriends his seniors and manages to become ‘THE COOL DUDE’ in his college. He charms everybody with his dancing skills.

I have heard people saying that having a boyfriend/ girlfrie
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Shreya Ganguly
Nov 16, 2015 rated it liked it
A rapid campus spice. Love, drama, heartbreak, social making, friendship, ego and the list goes on. This tale is a tour of a complete campus atmosphere. If you are a pass out its definitely a walk down the silly past but if you are yet to go into the college shoes..you will see the multifaceted life that any campus calls you in.

Deepankar, no different than any other college fame boy enters into a world of arduous truth. LOVE! The protagonist of this tale is one of those typical dude of the coll
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Nehali Lalwani
Jul 28, 2015 rated it liked it
3 @ a time is written simply and has the quality that makes one want to read the book cover to cover in one sitting. I’m sure the story makes connection with every reader in one form or the other. The story is overwhelming with the colours of love, friendship, relationship and that too in different contexts. it’s certainly readable, and even with all its flaws is a pretty catchy story. Above all, it is that ‘All’s well that ends well’ theme that is one of the most striking element of the book. O ...more
Shweta Kesari
Simple writing style festooned with good
articulation makes the Indie-book readers glued to it. I found this book suitable for all those Indian readers who prefer light read, simple and
candid writing fashion. As you start reading, you wouldn’t feel to stop at any place for a moment, you got so hooked to it, that you feel like finishing
it in a single sit.

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SALISMANIA.com
Jun 06, 2019 rated it really liked it
Falling in love is one of the most exquisite feelings that one can experience in their lifespan. But what if while searching for your true soul mate, you end up having that “exquisite feeling” for three people at the same time. 3 @ a time is the story of Deepankar and his tryst with trust, love, relationship, betrayal and humiliation with 3 girls at the same time along with maintaining his reputation as the wonder boy of his college. Deepankar – Strong, laborious; with a never-say-die attitude w ...more
Arvind Passey
Sep 02, 2016 rated it it was ok
It is time for you to turn inwards, dear author
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There are writers who write what they see and they write about every minor detail that makes their work stand out and probably be read centuries later. There are others who see what no one else is able to see and let us have a glimpse of their interpretations. Then there are those who imagine things and take us on a fantasy trip of a lifetime. In India we have another segment of writers who write even though
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Kamal Paneru
Sep 05, 2015 rated it really liked it


Review Point: 3.75
Author: Diptendu Sekhar Chakraborty
Publisher: Om Ji Publishers
Genre: Fiction/Love
ISBN: 978-93-84028-36-7
Edition: First, February 2015
Page Count: 192

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Dipankar, who is not handsome and much dull in study, takes admission in MBA college at Khandala. Here he gets a good friend Sunny as roommate. At the very beginning of college, Dipankar falls in love with Deepa. But, gets big jolt when comes to know the truth about her.
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Swathi Shenoy
Jul 25, 2015 rated it liked it
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Characters:

Meet Deepankar, our famous MBA student. Great dancer, good at winning hearts and no doubt 'The Dude' whom girls can't seem to resist. Confident, playboy and unfaithful - that's Deepankar for beginners!

Plot:

The story revolves around Deepankar, aka Deep, and his endeavors in college. Though it is set in campus, the story is more about Deep's trysts than studies. His three-timing nature (or should I say 4?), the/>
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Rhiti
Sep 07, 2015 rated it liked it
The entire book is about the protagonist Deep’s journey through love, lust and his soul. I wont divulge the scenes and stories of the book as that would take away the surprise elements. Let us now dig a little deeper on the plot and style of writing.
Diptendu’s writing style is simple and eloquent, although you might find errors in the printing but it can be corrected with a better set of tight editing. The publisher should have been more careful before sending this book to print. However Dipten
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Mani Khanna
Jul 13, 2015 rated it liked it
3@ a time
Diptendu Sekhar Chakraborty


Plot:

The story starts with Deep entering Khandala business School not only to get his MBA degree but in search of true love too. In between his search for his soul-mate he ends up falling in love with 3 girls (Sonali, Priya and Ritika) at the same time. In between his love track, he aspires to become one of the popular boys of his college. Also, apart from these three girls, there is one more girl in Pune that is a mystery t
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Nidhi Author
Mar 02, 2016 rated it liked it
It was a simple and nice story. While reading I felt it was someone’s real story by the writing style of the author. The author very well narrated the story.At the end, the editing and the proof reading of the book was not done properly. The editorial team must take care of it. Read full review at : https://iwritenidhi.wordpress.com/201...
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