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43rd Break up

Author Name: Khushi Sahu | Format: Paperback | Genre : Literature & Fiction | Other Details

“You never cared for anyone's emotions. Going from one relationship to another—it was always a game for you...”

A girl who never cared for anyone's feelings—can she ever love anyone? What happens when life takes a merciless turn on her? Does she deserve happiness?

And what does it take to achieve that happiness?

This is the story of the 43rd break-up of a college girl, Trisha Malhotra. Yeah! 43rd—does that make her characterless or moody? What is true love? How do we know it actually is true love and not just hormonal attraction? Does true love even exist?

This story struggles to find answers to our endless questions about relationships and love, through the struggles of Trisha, in her quest to find true love and struggle for her own acceptance in a world of judgement and prejudice.

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Khushi Sahu

Khushi Sahu, rising novelist, is originally from Jaunpur (A district near Varanasi). She is an engineering student with a keen interest in art and literature. 

Despite her busy schedule, she follows her passion of writing. Over the years, she has written many poems and short stories, which she posts on her Instagram page named _j_a_z_b_a_t_. She brings forward her first fiction novel based on romance.

Her writing touches the deep sentiments of the soul and make the heart wander in a different universe—the universe of romance.

She completed her 12th from her hometown and went to Kota to prepare for her engineering exams. Inspired by leading Indian novelists like Chetan Bhagat, she started writing this novel in May 2019. She aims to tell her stories to people across India.

In the future, she plans to write anthological books.

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