ISBN: 9789352766192 Pages: 344 Size: 129 x 198 mm Language: English Book Binding: Paperback Weight: 400 gm.
About The Book
Awaiting emancipation through the embrace of death, Duryodhana, the fallen Kaurava Prince reminisces about the past as he narrates his version of the incidents that unfolded in his life, starting from his birth as a lump of flesh. Truth is frail and often vulnerable to distortion as history tends to favour the victors. This saga of pride, loyalty and heroism interlaced with deceit, hypocrisy, and betrayal, leaves the reader with that one vital question, Who is to blame?
About Pradeep Govind
Govind is an NRI media marketing professional currently working in the
Sultanate of Oman. He was the Project Director of the prestigious Times of
Oman Literary Contest, a first of its kind literary project in the Middle
East initiated and blueprinted by him with a view to offer emerging creative
writers a platform to express themselves and benchmark their creative writing
talent with the best in the region. His first book titled The Capillary Effect & Other Short Stories was published on Amazon in 2013. One of the
stories in the book titled Unto Thy Neighbour was awarded an Honourable
Mention for Literary Excellence in the Top 25 out of 1114 entries in the
International Short Story Contest conducted by noted writer Lorian
Hemmingway, the granddaughter of the legendary Ernest Hemmingway.
Pradeep is also an enthusiastic lyricist and musician and has released his
own English music album on the HMV label in 1995 where he not only penned the
lyrics, but composed the songs and performed the vocals as well. He also
scripted the music video for one of the songs in it titled It Could've Been
Me. He also does guest columns and articles for the Times of Oman - Oman's
leading English newspaper publication.