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Lost And Found

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

In ‘Lost And Found,’ the author allows the protagonist, Doug Geoghegan, a young English lecturer at a junior college in Bangalore, to narrate the story of his life in his own way. He writes about the boyish, and passionate love he had for a girl who never really loved him back, his friends whom he grew up with, his sisters who considered him their father figure, and his grandmother and her battle with schizophrenia. He sometimes quotes from an old diary of those days of blissful ignorance, jumping forward, and then backward, and then forward again, narrating his memories as they came back to him. ‘Lost And Found’ is a love story; a story of a young man who narrates his emotional journey back home, back to the woman he could never stop loving. But who is this woman? Is she the one with the red hair and the aqua-blue eyes? Or is she the one who ‘laughed with the Gods?’ And then, after all the years of separation, does he go back home to her at last?

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Cindy Pereira

Cindy Pereira, born and raised in Bangalore, India prefers to be called a story teller rather than a writer. Her love for making up stories began at a very young age when her dolls became the actors for scripts written in her mind. This turned to writing in middle school when she and her best friend hand wrote stories for each other, complete with binding and cover pages. Some of her stories spark out of actual life events and some are just yarns.

Cindy is keen on taking part in short story competitions and has participated in several within India and internationally. She is the winner of the Second place in the 18+ age group category of Lockdown Diaries, (organized by Secure Giving in aid of Concern India Foundation), in the Short Story segment held in July 2020.

Cindy has a Master’s Degree in English Literature and loves to trek, run and just ‘catch the sun.’ She is married and lives with her husband in Bangalore.