Intersection – a revisit
Debolina Chatterjee, with whom the story begins, at the heart of Calcutta, India, along with several others such as Jessica Parker and Catherine Price, elsewhere terrestrially, are on an unconscious mission. They do not know as yet how they’re facilitating the process of jurisdiction against crime and terror. They are torn between the youthful thirst for romance, and the consequent impossibility of its unfolding. These young hearts try to make sense of loss and disillusionment they encounter. Many of them are finally bewildered to find a common thread running through their veins. A thread of honesty, of hope.
Stacy Chen, unfortunate that she is, escapes however, the iron shackles of an impoverished life ahead.
At some point, Amy McCarthy, young and naïve falls into grave illness, that consumes her very last breath and Richard Kelly, heartbroken at the loss of his only love ever, contemplates suicide, before being afforded the spiritual vault of ancient India conveyed by his friend and co-worker Rajiv Sharma, who discovers in him, despite his tough exterior, a vulnerable and fragile heart.
While Max, the lonely rebel from Germany, fighting hard with himself and his own set of problems, finally discovers acceptance in the compliance shown by Graciela, the young daughter of a powerful personality from Latin America.
From the pages of this novel emanate the ‘passion’ that attempts to describe life in its various facets.
Yet it’s not joy, but sadness that binds the human heart.
- Paperback: 264 pages
- Publisher: White Falcon Publishing; 1 edition (2021)
- Author: Anand Guin
- ISBN-13: 9781636402635
- Product Dimensions: 4.33 x 1 x 7.01 Inches
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