are so many people living around us. We sometimes hear of people who have died,
we know nothing about them. And how could we?
The End Takes All is a collection of stories that
describe the lives of people we may simply pass by. The stories are based on
specific events in people’s lives: doctors, craftsmen, artists, detectives,
friends, children, sons and assassins.
book portrays how people react to their own ends or to the ends of people
around them either by passively watching and contemplating it or through the
moral battles they are involved in, with their own demons as they play a role
in people’s deaths.
Aashish Ghosh spends most of his time thinking about life and other philosophical matters, and he has often been accused of thinking too much. Aashish loves painting and writing and at the same time enjoys reading and watching Japanese anime. When he is not searching for answers to life's difficult questions or expressing his emotions on canvas, he indulges himself in his love for electronics-related projects.
In a moment of epiphany, Aashish realized the irreversibility of death and how it wins every battle against mankind. The idea for this book came when he started thinking about how death finally conquers everything – every emotion triggered in man and every quest that defines him. He wrote these stories during his time as an undergraduate student.