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A Saviour

Author Name: Vinayak Kadam | Format: Paperback | Genre : Literature & Fiction | Other Details

Walking towards maths class in school, Rajesh passes Priyanka and his hand automatically neatens his tie. He wonders why he did that, why he is so conscious of her presence. Rajesh has always been scruffy about his clothes and his tie has never been neat. But Priyanka was someone he would do anything for.

The school’s best kabbadi player and a good choreographer, when it comes to academics, he is not-so-brilliant. But Priyanka aka Piu stands out easily, a topper. She keeps company with others who study well and who are toppers too. So how can he hope to be her friend?

But destiny plays its part – this story is about how they come together and then are torn apart cruelly. Rajesh manages to shake off his “not-so-brilliant” tag to become one of the most successful realtors of his time.

But does love help you strengthen yourself? Or does it give you everything but itself? Read on to travel with Rajesh on his journey of life…

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Vinayak Kadam

Vinayak works in the MNC IT giant Capgemini, with the Talent Acquisition team. He is a Post Graduate in Finance, but has always loved writing. He has been scribbling movie reviews, articles about current affairs, short stories… writing on whatever he has experienced. He has been sharing his work on various social media.

‘A Saviour’ is his first novel and he is currently working on his next, ‘A Tryst with Music and other short stories’. It is due to be released soon.

Apart from his job and writing, Vinayak also takes time out for mythological research and travelling. He will be donating 2% of the total earnings from this book towards NGOs that are striving hard for women and child welfare.

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