What supposedly troubles man the most is the fear of the unknown.
However, what transcends that is a nightmare, where things are so incredibly
frightening that you hope that it was just that – a nightmare –
but there’s a part of you which knows that it is a part of your existence.
Nikhil, a young guy loaded with responsibilities, and his girlfriend,
Saesha, are trapped in this unenviable situation. Eerily, their worst
nightmare is essentially the same: A cold-blooded, red-eyed freak chasing
them, with a resolute obsession to slay their souls. The two try to
pass this as coincidence, until the day things start falling apart. In a
bizzare turn of events, Saesha gets abducted and returns with no memory
Weighing the odds of Saesha teaming up with the aliens, Nikhil has to
make a choice between his beliefs and the world’s, which is under
siege. Biological weapons are unleashed, as a 623-year-old intergalactic
rivalry is revived. Governments brainstorm together, there are UN
meets and nuclear weapons are aggregated. Eventually, war breaks.
The novel depicts Nikhil’s journey as he sets out to save his love,
which may also be the key to saving the world.
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Taksh Gupta is a graduate from SGTB Khalsa College. He has been an all-round performer since childhood inclusive of distinction in academics, olympiads, sports, abacus and extra-curricular activities. He is also a graduate in music. He is the founder director of IITIIMShaadi.com, a niche matrimonial website. He is currently pursuing Masters in Global Business from SP Jain School of Global Management.
Akhil Ahuja is a graduate from Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business Studies (CBS). He has been a consistent topper for many years in school and in commerce olympiads. He is an avid reader, coffee lover and a passionate cricket follower. He is currently pursuing Post Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM) from SP Jain Institute of Management and Research. Email: email@example.com.
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