I’m glad to host another give-away! This time, you get a chance to win books. All my book-worm reads, this is your opportunity to grab your free copy of one of this best seller. I will be giving away 5 copies of the book. The contest is open to all Indian residents
and ends on 22nd January 2015. The contest is now over.
Winners, please email me your postal address at firstname.lastname@example.org!
Happy Reading. 🙂
I have read this book and enjoyed it.You can read my review here. To win a copy of the book all you have to do is the following:
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Here is the blurb of the book for your reference:
Orphan Harsh makes it to the billionaire club with a burning vision, sheer intellect and the blessings of his political Godfather. The favours must now be paid back, through a huge Guru Dakshina. To honour his Master’s wish, Harsh, with the help of his fellow IITians, sets out to create a never-seen-before governance technology that will change the face of democratic India.
Everything is at stake-money, reputations, egos and morals. Even lives. Will they succumb to insatiable greed in the murky games of politics, backstabbing and subterfuge or will they be redeemed by the ‘Ten Commandments’ that once forged their ideals at college?If you thought that supreme technology and unalloyed power can bring lasting public good or that e-governance and transparency can address the ills of our system, The Winner’s Curse will force you to think again. For, ultimately, what’s at stake is – You. The Winner’s Curse – the turbulent voyage of talent and intellect in the morass of turpitude.
About the Author
Dee Walker is an alumnus of IIT Delhi. A self- employed professional, he assists International companies to invest, set up and grow their businesses in India and serves on boards as a professional Director. He also works closely with International agencies in Pro Poor Policy and Programme Development, Monitoring and Evaluation. Through his writing and story telling, he yearns to connect with young people who he believes are the key to a better world, a better tomorrow.
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