Shitij Bagga

Biography

Shitij Bagga (born 29 August 1983) grew up in New Delhi, India. Reading books is his favorite pastime and talking about them his second favorite. He loves to read authors like Carl Sagan, P.G. Wodehouse and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle simply because their writings amaze him. He believes, “Books support us in our solitude and keep us from being a burden to ourselves.“

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Books

Falling
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Price: Free! Words: 1,120. Language: English. Published: February 17, 2013. Category: Fiction » Thriller & suspense » Psychological thriller
(3.50)
Story of Roy, a man who feels he has a miserable existence and is in a continuous need to challenge his life in order to feel alive. Today, that need has brought him to the top floor of an 18-storey building where he finds out that the only way to rise above his misery is to first do the unthinkable - Fall.
Taking Down Bob
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Price: Free! Words: 2,600. Language: English. Published: October 10, 2012. Category: Fiction » Humor & comedy » General
(4.00)
Psycho Bob, an inmate at the college hostel, is a fat giant whose idea of fun often meant suffering for others. Tonight, a weird shoe fight riot has broken out and Bob has already been dominating by beating the crap out of most inmates. This is a fun story of how 18-year-olds of this Bob dominated hostel work together to catch him in a spot through conspiracy, risk, teamwork and double-crossing.

Shitij Bagga’s tag cloud

college    conspiracy    death    depression    fiction    fun    humor    risk    thriller   

Smashwords book reviews by Shitij Bagga

  • Plane Dream on Oct. 12, 2012

    I liked the way the author developed the story in the beginning. It started becoming more interesting with every line and I would have enjoyed this more if she had expanded on the adventure part. The end was a little abrupt, in my opinion and could have been made better.
  • Memento Mori on Oct. 12, 2012

    I liked the way the author had started the story and I thought there was going to be some mystery in it. The book focuses more on the contemplation of death rather than it's cause in that particular case and that reveals the depth of the author's thoughts. A nice intellectual read.