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Make It or Break It
Mantras for a Successful Career

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Suvarna Sen With or without you....by Partha Basu is a must read for all....we need to read it to realise in retrospect where we had gone wrong and where not; for the next generation, it would help them understand the 'why's and the 'why not's...! Very lucid.....linguistically; Very intriguing......thoughtfully; Very rich.....conceptually; ....sit down with the book and I promise you won't be able to leave it midway
Suvarna Sen With or without you....by Partha Basu is a must read for all....we need to read it to realise in retrospect where we had gone wrong and where not; for the next generation, it would help them understand the 'why's and the 'why not's...! Very lucid.....linguistically; Very intriguing......thoughtfully; Very rich.....conceptually; ....sit down with the book and I promise you won't be able to leave it midway
Suvarna Sen

With or without you....by Partha Basu is a must read for all....we need to read it to realise in retrospect where we had gone wrong and where not; for the next generation, it would help them understand the 'why's and the 'why not's...!
Very lucid.....linguistically;
Very intriguing......thoughtfully;
Very rich.....conceptually;
....sit down with the book and I promise you won't be able to leave it midway

 
Geeta Venkatraman

With or without you...the world will move! Something I will remember for life! A well narrated story, easy to read and keeps you glued till you finish the book! More insight into the personal life of the characters might have made it a little more interesting! Even though you see the grey side of corporate life you feel safe to think that there are still people like Aarav who can overcome the lust of power and live life on their terms! Good read for sure!

 
Somjit

Hi partho, read your book while travelling back from bangalore to mumbai and decided to make a bengali movie out of it. would definitely like to meet you in person and take it forward regards Somjit Dutta

 
Satyakam Basu
The book is great reading. Very racy and gripping. Congrats.
 
Shankar Bose
Loved the book! A good story, well told, and so true to corporate life. As each well-crafted character popped up, ping! a face would pop up in my head - someone exactly like this in real life. The end had a nice twist in the tale. Well done, my friend and keep churning out more.
 
Manoj Agarwal
We all thrive to rise in the corporate ladder. But do we know what we lose in the process or rather what's the truth behind this rise. If not then one must this latest book from Partha Basu "With or Without You". The book has really elaborated the same very nicely through well crafted characters. Manoj Agarwal Head - Finance & Treasury- APAC Ansaldo STS S.p.A
 
Dipan
The story is almost like riding a Ferrari to win the race! Only we forget the price paid to get the Ferrari! Here the price being morality and ethics............but the story is very good and interesting!
 
Vidhi Wadhwa
A must and an interesting read for all surviving in the corporate world..Who can provide a better insight other than an insider!!..Very well written..absolutely captivating and addictive as u keep asking the question ''what next''? Congrats Mr. Writer and "What's Next?"
 
Abhijit Sengupta
Many congratulations to you on your New book. Hope to see more such books from you in the coming years.
 
Soumi
Hi Partha, Your book has a very glamourized approach to the corporate world. But as a fresher in the industry I feel scared to think that if I aspire to achieve similar success as Aarav do I really need to be mean? Aarav's decision at the end makes me even more anxiuos! I love Sonali...she is admirable and also Raika! The characters are very believable and easy to connect. Good book to read ...but scary!
 
Mousumi
The story is very interesting! Sonali's character is the most mysterious one. Always keeps you guessing what's next.... A great book to read to understand what you are getting into once you are in this corporate world! Mighty scary! Great writing..easy to understand and relate to...waiting for more from you, Mr Basu.
 
Indro
The book is a gripping tale of corporate vice and virtue.The protagonists of the story seems familiar since the ethos of "Greed is good" is all pervading in world of Business. The unexpected twists in the story keep you riveted.... All in all, a good read... Could serve as a primer to what the Corporate world is....
 
Ashok Mittal
After the super hit - "Why not....racing ahed with Mentors..." this is another super duper hit from Partha... You have got such a clear understanding of the corporate world, it's amazing. Like the 1st one, would recommend this to each and every one in the financial markets. It's a must read again. Thanks and congrats dear Mr Partha S Basu. Ashok Mittal
 
Malabika Mukherjee
A gripping story which makes you rethink about the glitz and glamour of the corporate world. You relate to the protagonist and suffer the pain with him along his journey. Very well crafted characters who make you believe the story. The journey of this young corporate keeps you glued till the end and the various twists and turns keep you guessing who is the real player! Great book to read...
 
Deshal Shah
Am amazed with the skills that a finance professional can have. Have never come across a Finance professional having a bent of mind into literature and authoring books......since he spends most of his time reconciling the numbers and justifying them. Congratulations for this book and many more ..... Regards, Deshal.
 
Maandavi S Sharma
Partha da, the little peek into the book is really interesting.. . I always thought men 'exploit' women to help them climb the corpo escalator.. . but Sonali is exploiting a man? and promises the climb?? wow! I love her already:)) eagerly waiting to read it..
Best of luck!
 
Seema Sethi

Congrats ..... Mr Writer!

 
Ranajit Sengupta

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