The 3 Mistakes of My Life
In late-2000, a young boy in Ahmedabad called Govind dreamt of having a business.
The 3 Mistakes of My Life is the third book of Chetan Bhagat.
In late-2000, a young boy in Ahmedabad called Govind dreamt of having a business. To accomodate his friends Ish and Omi’s passion, they open a cricket shop.
Govind’s wants to make money and thinks big. Ish is all about nurturing Ali, the batsman with a rare gift. Omi knows his limited capabiltiies and just wants to be with his friends. However, nothing comes easy in a turbulent city.
To realize their goals, they will have to face it all – religious politics, earthquakes, riots, unacceptable love and above all, their own mistakes. Will they make it? Can an individual’s dreams overcome the nightmares offered by real life? Can we succeed despite a few mistakes? Based on real events, from the bestselling author of “Five Point Someone” and “One Night @ the call centre”, comes another dark, witty tale about modern India.
About the Author
Chetan Bhagat is the author of four blockbuster novels, Five Point Someone (2004), One Night @ the Call Center (2005), The 3 Mistakes of life (2008) and 2 States (2009). All four books have remained bestsellers since their release and have inspired major Bollywood films.
The New York Times called Chetan the the biggest selling English language novelist in India’s history. Seen more as a youth icon than just an author, this IITD or IIMA graduate is making India read like never before. Time Magazine named him as one of the 100 Most Influential People in the World.
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