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Beethoven’s Last Symphony

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

Oblivious to the impending coronavirus pandemic, it is business as usual for the inhabitants of the Malay peninsula amidst the hustle and bustle of Chinese New Year preparations. On hearing about her aunt’s sickness, Zoey is confronted with the absurdity of human finitude, and she spirals into angst. Respite appears in the form of an incomplete though long-neglected manuscript presumably authored by her great-grandfather. Intrigued by its existential theme and keen on exploring the human condition, angst-ridden Zoey plunges into a journey of love, loss and resilience dating back to the Neolithic Era. Zoey’s poignant quest for meaning culminates with a soul-stirring epiphany and an astounding discovery about her family’s past.

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Brought up on a healthy dose of British comedies, particularly Monty Python’s Flying Circus, Sudanand is passionate about Western Philosophy, Aviation and literature dating back to the Greek Classics. An airline pilot and former racing driver, the author spends much of his time outside of work listening to symphonies from the Romantic Era, reading or playing the piano.