One day on his way to tuition class, Divyanshu Parashar comes across one of the most brilliant students in his town, Sarthak Anand. However, he is horrified to discover that Sarthak is now an unemployed man who spends most of his time standing on Kalibari Bridge smoking cigarettes. Over the course of one week Sarthak tells Divyanshu about his life and how he went from being a brilliant student studying at IIT to a sad man with no hope.
About the Author
“Divyanshu Parashar is 16 years old from Kathihar, Bihar. He lives with his wonderful parents and a loving younger brother and sister. He is passionate about writing and wants to build a career as an author.
This novel will make him the youngest novelist in Kathihar, Bihar and, one of the youngest writers in India.
He loves to study and write, so much so that he topped his school in Matriculation and aims to repeat the feat in 12th standard again.He is a sensitive, observant boy and in the short span of 16 years he has seen, felt and observed more than most people, this book is a product of the deep observations he has made about life and people, success and failures and more. He hopes his story with resonate with young adults and they will enjoy reading reading and being a part of the story.”