Peep Peep Don’t Sleep, the highly acclaimed book on funny road signs by Ajay Jain is now available as an e-book for the Kindle, iPad and all other mobile device and computers. It continues to be available in paperback. Click here to read more about the book.
* e-Books: US$ 4.95 for all e-versions
* Paperback: US$ 9.00 (India, includes shipping), US$ 19.95 globally (shipping extra, $10.00; total price $29.95 OR order on Amazon directly)
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From The Back Cover
If you thought Road Signs are only meant to guide and inform, think again.
The ones on Indian highways are in a zone of their own. They shower you with words of wisdom, keep your mind sharp as you unravel their cryptic messages, tickle your imagination, amuse you and entertain you. In public interest, they lend a hand to Alcoholics Anonymous. Since journeys are meant to be a pleasure, they remind you to ‘Smile Please.’
The entertainment for the traveler does not stop at this. There are the limitless public notices, outdoor advertisements and storefront signs with their own idiosyncrasies and eccentricities. Who needs comic strips in this country?
I drove over 10,000 kilometers (6,000 miles) in India to put together this collection of signs. With a bit of witty commentary thrown in, this book will be a journey unlike any other you may have undertaken. Resulting in you letting out a ‘Peep Peep’ of delight.
* Title: Peep Peep Don’t Sleep
* Author: Ajay Jain
* Print Version ISBN: 978-81-906007-2-9
* Pages: 200
* First Published in Paperback: October 2008 by Kunzum, an imprint of TCP Media Pvt. Ltd.
* Paperback Specifications: Printed in all colour using 170 gsm art paper for inside pages