You’ve seen most of the things that Piyush Pandey has seen in his life. You’ve seen cobblers, carpenters, cricketers, trains, villages, towns and cities. What makes Piyush different is the perspective from which he views the same things you’ve seen. His ability to store all that he sees into some recesses of his brain and then retrieve them at short notice when he needs to. That ability combined with his love, passion and understanding of advertising and of consumers made him the master storyteller that he is. And Pandeymonium is a master story.
Un-put-downable is what they call it - all those 86% readers who really liked it on Goodreads
In Pandeymonium, Piyush talks about his influences. Right from his childhood in Jaipur and being a Ranji cricketer, to his philosophy. He also talks about failures and lessons in advertising in particular and about life in general. Lucid, inspiring and un-put-down-able, this memoir gives you an inside peek into the mind and creative genius of the man who defines advertising in India.
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