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New York Wakes to Culture

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

Maira, a young American-Indian journalist, finds herself trapped in a situation where she has to cover a story for 'The New York Times' as an intern to secure her job.

This novel begins on an autumn night in 2020, when she is at home reading a novel. Of course, autumn is a sign of the slow decline of the year towards winter, bringing with it colder weather and darker evenings.

Karina Pandya’s novel traces the extraordinary journey of Maira as a journalist as she tries to not only cover a story for the newspaper, 'The New York Times,' but also have the ability to battle haunting memories of the past, memories that haunt her.

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Karina Pandya

Karina Pandya hails from New York, USA, but has spent most of her life in Mumbai, India. She has completed her postgraduate degree in communications. She is a notable poet and writer, having been selected as a semi-finalist in an international poetry contest organized by the International Society of Poets in the US. Her first book of poetry, Limits Make Things Too Small, led to the formation of her startup of the same name, which provides a platform for budding and established authors. She is a speaker, web content writer, and guest lecturer at some of the leading institutes in India. She's also the author of ‘Touching Void: Surviving a Car Accident.’



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