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The Veil

Author Name: Chandni Goswami | Format: Paperback | Genre : Literature & Fiction | Other Details

Vidya Sharma is a simple girl, her mind filled with perplexities and daydreams. She belongs to an upper middle-class family who pampers and shields her all the time. She falls in love with her childhood friend Aadesh.

While she is head over heels for him, his feelings aren’t readable. On one hand, his attitude and gestures scream of his deep love for her; his words, on the other, paint a contradictory picture. To divert her attention from all of this she begins to focus more on her studies, only to discover her passion for writing.

But before she could take her first step towards her dreams, her family begins to search for a matrimonial alliance for her. Her opinions don’t matter in their criteria for a perfect son-in-law. Amidst this chaos enters Ravi, the embodiment of her family’s perception of an ideal match. Entangled in the web of confusion and conspiracies, Vidya almost lands at the altar of her wedding with Ravi.

Seems like a simple triangular love story. Isn’t it?

But why does it suddenly veer to the burns care section of a hospital? And where will Vidya’s story take off from here?


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Chandni Goswami

Chandni Goswami is a post-graduate in the stream of arts. Since childhood, she enjoyed writing essays, short-stories, conversations and scripts for plays. As she grew up, she was utterly mesmerised by the wondrous universe of books. Writing came naturally to her due to her passion for reading.

The choice of the topic on which she should write had been clear since the onset of her journey of becoming an author. Whenever she learnt about any form of crime, scam, corruption or mass-tragedies, it deeply unsettled her. Her love for narrating stories mixed with strong feelings for such individuals naturally motivated her to convey their life stories to the world in the form of fiction.

She doesn’t want people to consider inhuman acts only as a topic to be read in the newspapers or discussed in the prime-time debates and forgotten later on. She wants them to view the victims and survivors of such atrocities through the same lens from which they see themselves and their loved ones. What happens to their otherwise normal lives and the lives of the people surrounding them?

Hence, she wants to present such stories to the world via her books, to understand their factual plight from a fictitious medium.