The Zoya Factor
Book Summary of The Zoya Factor
The nation goes a step further.
Amazed at the ragtag team's sudden spurt of victories, it declares her a Goddess.
So when the eccentric IBCC president and his mesmeric, always-exquisitely-attired Swamiji invite Zoya to accompany the team to the tenth ICC World Cup, she has no choice but to agree.
Pursued by international cricket boards on the one hand, wooed by Cola majors on the other, Zoya struggles to stay grounded in the thick of the world cup action. And it doesn't help that she keeps clashing with the erratically brilliant new skipper who tells her flatly that he doesn't believe in luck
About The Author
Anuja Chauhan went to school in Meerut, Delhi and Australia. She has worked in advertising for over fourteen years and has created many popular ad campaigns, including 'Nothing Official About it', 'Yeh Dil Maange More' and 'Oye Bubbly' for brand Pepsi. She is currently Executive Creative Director and Vice-President at J. Walter Thompson Advertising
Details of Book: The Zoya Factor (BSID:64611)
|Book||The Zoya Factor|
|Publisher||Harper Collins Publishers|
|Number of Pages||500|
|Dimensions||7.76 x 5.12 x 1.3 inches|
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The best thing about Zoya is that it is not just 'an english book by an indian' if you know what I mean. There is so much more story and people and India than in the 'I'm Indian, I live abroad, I'm confused' kind of book there has been so much of in the recent past.Zoya is peopled with characters...
Zoya Solanki.....a mid-level marketing executive at an ad-firm...a typical â??Karol-Baghâ?? type....with masses of black curling hair and full-cheeks which is the bane of her existence. Her idea of a perfect assignment: Working with SRK and getting a glimpse of his toffee-coloured torso!So how does o...
In my defense, i picked up this book for two reasons, namely- 1) I was intrigued by the fact that 'sometime back' a noted production house wanted to make a feature film out of this and 2) The synopsis seemed interesting.What i should have also taken a moment to read were the reviews. Especially t...
By Anuja Chauhan. Grade: AIn our country of a billion-plus, it is a known secret that the game of cricket is like religion. And the men who play it are considered no less than demigods. Sometimes, even more.In debutante novelist Anuja Chauhanâ??s The Zoya Factor, the Men in Blue playing this gentle...
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