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

A death at a school,

A trail of clues as haikus

Makes rivals team up.

It’s just another day at Green Hill Academy. That is, until two boys, Sohum and Suraj, stumble upon the corpse of their classmate! Along with the corpse, they find a journal containing haikus (17-syllable poems) at the scene of the crime. Too bad Sohum and Suraj are like fire and ice! Suraj is popular, sporty and the class topper. Sohum is fat, unpopular and Suraj’s biggest academic rival. Neither of them share the haiku journal with the police, since they want the ‘honour’ of solving the case first. But, in this clash of titans, who will be victorious? Sohum and Suraj soon realise that there is more to the case than meets the eye. As they uncover more and more secrets, they discover more about their classmates, teachers and the tangled web of relations that exists at Green Hill. Can they solve the mystery before the police and stay one step ahead of everyone else? And perhaps, most importantly, can they overcome their greatest hurdles – each other?

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Reijul Sachdev

Reijul Sachdev’s half-Bengali, half-Punjabi heritage have contributed to an appreciation of different kinds of cultures and their respective foods! He is often found wandering aimlessly around his house, in search of inspiration for his stories and poems. He has previously published an anthology of poems, ‘Emerald Blades’, which was a winner of the ‘Write, Publish, Publicize’ contest at the Bangalore Poetry Festival. He is a juvenile diabetic and a schizophrenic, yet has never let that come in the way of his passions – reading, writing and debating. He enjoys reading all kinds of books and is especially interested in military history. He also likes writing poems, mainly of the rhyming variety, along with haikus. He has studied at Greenwood High, NPS-Koramangala and IIIT-Bangalore. He believes in the motto – “In every freak, there lives a Superman!”