Nilay Shah has penned a thriller, probably the first of its kind that attempts to look for a political utopia
Online PR News – 26-October-2017 – Gurgaon – The return of a discarded theory, The Law of Inconsonance, which aims for mass destruction before reconstruction, triggers a series of events that unsettles everything. Will the minds working secretly to enforce the theory be finally revealed? Will they succeed in using violence as a tool to unite mankind?
In a quest to find A LIFE TO DIE FOR, this novel charms, thrills as well as unsettles. With every turn of the page, the narrative is punctuated with revelations and the readers are constantly reminded that 'things are not what they seem'.
The novel is set in an imaginary land of Kashwarg. Caught between the political turmoil of Siran and Zayakistan, the land is plagued by conflicts. As the narrative unfolds, entire Kashwarg turns its attention to a young girl who is rescued by Aryaman, from the clutches of the Evil King.
‘She doesn’t know who she is... nor does she realise yet what her Baba has caused her to be a victim of.’
The author of Asammat, a Gujarati novel published in July 2016, Nilay Shah is all set to introduce the English version of the same tale entitled A Life to Die For. An inborn multitasker Nilay, had penned his novel while simultaneously pursuing both Chartered Accountancy and graduation. For him, the exact point when the passion to write took over is difficult to tell. He is determined to create things that can stand apart from the rest and can create a place of their own in the hearts [as well as minds] of the recipients.
As you sweep through the pages of this captivating artwork, your way of seeing yourself and the world around you will never be the same again.
Print Book: ?299.00
E-Book Price: ?99 / $1.99
Publisher: Zorba Books
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