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Jim Ozy & The Perils of Algebra

Author Name: Nathan Pratyksh Khanna | Format: Paperback | Genre : Literature & Fiction | Other Details

A writer travels to a faraway land to meet his hero. The journey takes him on a trail of suspense and adventure, across uncertain terrains. When the writer finally meets Jim, the subject of his proposed book, he is amazed in many ways, for Jim’s tale is no ordinary one. It is closely intertwined with many complex situations and incredible characters, both good and evil.  

Within the larger tale unfolds many a story—stories of a mysterious cult, a serious combat for restitution of order and an eventual fortuitous disclosure. 

In a resplendent land that has seen no summer heat, where darkness lurks here and there, something strange has been fomenting for long. Will someone rise to the occasion to safeguard his homeland, even if it means the end of his life? 

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Nathan Pratyksh Khanna

Nathan Pratyksh Khanna was born in the spring of 1983. Brought up in a conservative household, Nathan had always been a rebellious yet loving child. 

Raised in the Himalayas, the author has always been a lover of gigantic mountains and nature. Summer vacations at his grandma’s countryside farmhouse were the most fascinating times Nathan had while growing up.  

Nathan is an avid sports buff and a self-confessed foodie, which is why he spends most of his time watching contact sports or cooking. The rest of his free time is spent reading, listening to western classical and heavy metal music or watching spaghetti westerns and anime.

He is happily married to his childhood sweetheart. They have a son who they named Irenaeus. 

Nathan’s earlier writing stints included writing panegyrics. A close friend who read one of his panegyrics encouraged Nathan to write more. She also introduced him to NaNoWriMo, an internet-based creative writing project. Thus began Nathan’s journey as an author. 

Nathan plans to retire early and spend his ‘early’ old-age days at a farm or a hamlet somewhere in the mountains.