Twelve Tricky Tales: 'Coz every story does not always end as you think
The plots in these stories have a slightly tricky end (i.e. a twist or a surprise-element), as compared to the narrative being built for the most part of the story. In some stories, this element is obvious from the start while in others, it is introduced anew at the end. But there are occasional hints in the narrative for readers to guess how the story can end, and it is up to them to catch these. This is the USP of this book - to stoke the imagination and curiosity of the readers and make them think of how the story can end. Are you and your friends up to this challenge?
The stories revolve around situations in peoples’ lives and their idiosyncrasies. Most readers can relate to these situations. While these stories are unlike the fantasy or romance stories being written of late; at the same time, some of them do include the deceptive murder, fraud and spy, as well as natural vices like ego, spite and desire. Some of the plots connect with contemporary events to give a current context to the characters’ lives. The plots are set in India and elsewhere, like Kenya, Bhutan, UAE, England, Saudi Arabia, Italy, Sri Lanka and the USA.
About the Author: Sourajit Aiyer has worked in Mumbai, London, Delhi and Dhaka for leading financial companies like Motilal Oswal, UBS AG, Evalueserve & Grameen Bank. He has written 120+ articles for 56 publications of 23 countries, on topics spanning business, economics & politics. He is the author of three business books with publishers in the UK and Germany, and has presented his books’ research in 25+ forums across 8 countries. He also ran a comics page on social media. He is now working on his business insights & micro-consultancy portal, www.SouthAsiaFastTrack.com
- Paperback: 164 pages
- Publisher: White Falcon Publishing ; 1 edition (2018)
- Author: Sourajit Aiyer
- ISBN-13: 9789387193826
- Product Dimensions: 12.7 x 1 x 20.3 cm
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