The First Book of Conviviality





The First Book of Conviviality - Spoilt Brat's Exploitation Program

Created on: Mar-30-2011   Last updated: Mar-30-2011

 

5.5"x8.5" - Choice of Hardcover/Softcover - B&W - Trade Book
Theme: Storybook    Privacy: Everyone
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Amongst the contemporaries of 21st century is based this story of a separatist leader, Kalsh. After losing his memory in a bomb blast, his family struggles to accommodate him within the society after this memory loss while the insurgent group he worked for has no clue of this accident. They adamantly believe that the protagonist is cheating them and has given up arms. What follows is a journey of self discovery as Kalsh has to relive his life as a child, militant, and a strategist in the new world order. He does so through a series of letters from his past and a diary he maintained. One by one he faces all the characters from his past that mould him to a cold blooded dictator. The book is a chronological account of how a middle class school going boy who dreams of working in a Multi National Corporation turns into a leader of an anti-national outfit. Also the agony he witnessed over the years exposes the very crux of human nature which needs to elevate from debauchery and carnality. Once his memory is restored he is faced with the choice to either destroy the world as we know it or become a mason in the edifice of a serene united future.

 
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Kanu wrote a diary in hermitage from the world. Now a message that needs to reach everyone is threaded. He was born on 8.8.88 and spiritual forces guided him into the world of literature. He uses a pen name and resides anonymously in tinsel town of New Delhi. He has won several accolades in diverse field in a short career of 6 years. He often writes books with a message and prefers to discuss that message with the readers in his book gatherings.