Rizwan, an ordinary young boy, loses his only friend, Ayeda, to a human trafficking racket. Little he knows that he lost more than a friend. He lost his sanity. He meets people he is not sure are real. Will his insanity tip him off the edge? Or push him towards humanity's greater good?
In this macabre account of criminal turned monks, you will see the cause of all human sufferings. The stories will force you to reflect if your own mind is a product of false perceptions and ill-formed ideas.
Aashish has been working in the technology research industry for over three years, but his heart lies in creative endeavors. Introspection led him to conclude that the imaginative half of his brain always won over the logical half, and thus began his journey as a fiction writer. He likes to squeeze the most pressing issues in simple, heart touching poems.
Aashish’s pursuit of writing began a year before he was diagnosed with anxiety disorder. His constant war with his mind changed the perspective of his life and gave birth to new ideas. He has woven these philosophical ideas and experiences into a psychological thriller to take the reader through the dark tunnel of mind and then show light at the end of it.
Ratings and Reviews
15 Ratings &
paper quality is vary poor and have only 230 pages than 330 shown in details