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Mirage in the mountain

Author : CA Anurag Sharma

Binding : Paperback

Publication Date : 2019

299.00

Mirage in the mountain

299.00

Sourav receives a call from his friend Shekhar who tells him that his younger brother and his three friends have been missing for the last three days. Their car has been found in the Jungles of Kaabri Village near Shimla but no trace has been found of the people sitting in it. Sourav decides to go to that place when he meets a stranger named Priyanka on the bus. Priyanka seems a mystical girl who narrates him the story of four boys who met with an accident at the same spot exactly last year and how their lives turned out. The story revolves around four friends who reach unexpected places. Jhony, a person known as negativity among his friends because of his ability to find bad in every good reaches at a place known as happy land where everyone is happy with everything they have but he soon raises a seed of discontent among them. Akshay, a spoiled brat known as flirt among his friends reaches a place where he had to work non-stop and that place is without girls. Rohan, shy by nature reaches a place where he falls in love with a girl and never wants to leave her. Vir, an atheist who enters a place where he has a strange encounter with the priest. After four days they are taken to a place where they are asked one simple question which could change their destiny forever. Their fortunes are decided on the day Mirage is formed in the Mountains.
What happened to those four people and how would this story impact the lives of Shekhar’s brother? Will they ever be able to find out what exactly happened and will they ever come back?

About Author

I am a Chartered Accountant and an MBA (finance). Writing is my passion. I already have an e-book titled Mourning Before Sunrise. I write blogs under http://acommonmanindia.blogspot.in/ and https://commonmanindiablog.wordpress.com/ I also write articles and poems for websites like wirterscafe.org and caclubindia

Dimensions 8.5 × 5.5 in
Lamination

Matt

Binding

Paperback

ISBN

9789388930000

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