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Master Of Life Skills by Vijay Nair

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The diabolic and manipulative Vipul, professor in a management school in Ahmedabad, runs a bizarre behaviour program...

Using a mesmeric mix of fiery personal magnetism, potent sexuality, piercing intellect and Tantric power to wield his influence on the lives of all those who catch his fancy, Vipul s corrosive power is hard to ignore. Exposed, and then reduced by his Osho-like insight into their self-hatred and inadequacies, colleagues and students crumble to his whim. And unwilling to let them go, Vipul starts an annual life-skills programto which his many victims return, like lambs to the slaughter, every year.

The Master of Life Skills is a tautly written and eerily perceptive novel about a man obsessed with power, and the individuals who, abused and blistered by him, continue to submit to his wiles...Weaving the stories of each of Vipul s victims, and their relations with Vipul and each other, into the larger narrative, and then using these to reveal the darker side of Vipul s own flawed persona, Vijjay Nair s The Master of Life Skills is a cryptically layered and darkly suggestive masterpiece; a cold-blooded probe into Man s inherent malevolence....


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