Krish’s life has never been normal. He lost his memory when he was barely seven and the only thing he can remember is the stench of ashes and a poor boy whose eye he almost gouged out. His life is turned upside down when he finds his mother lying in a pool of blood in the kitchen, surrounded by her family.
What will he do now? The mysterious boy seems to be exceptionally friendly with his brother who is hiding a damning secret.
Nothing is as it seems, and the history tying these events is convoluted to incomprehensible proportions. Everything has a reason, but what reason in the world justifies the ruin of so many lives? Can he trust his mind, which has constantly lied to him or is he lying to himself again?
In August 2006, Veer was welcomed into the folds of the Devgan and Mehta family. Being a 4th Generation Army brat, he is proud of his rich heritage. Having changed 7 schools in his early childhood, he finally found his roots at the Lawrence School, Sanawar.
Apart from writing, he is also a voracious reader with deep interest in a variety of subjects. He is a raconteur and a renaissance man who loves to play the piano.
This particular book was inspired by his love for soap operas and family humour. It is his first book, with inspiration coming from Anuja Chauhan’s quirky style of writing and the panache for adding multiple references to add layers to the story from Ready Player One, the book, not the movie by Steven Spielberg.