Anurag Kashyap’s debut novel, ‘The Book of Shadows’, has been called a “love letter” to India.
The title of the book is in reference to a book by the British author, who died in 2005, The Book of Secrets.
In the novel, Kashyaps protagonist, Ashok, is a “somewhat eccentric” bookish youth who is living a double life as a Hindu and an American, who finds himself in the same boat as the protagonist in The Book Of Secrets.
The novel, titled ‘The Books of the Indian Dream’, is about Ashok and the narrator’s wife who works as a housekeeper and her own mother, who lives in a small house.
The narrator’s book is a series of books and articles about different aspects of life in India.
‘The books of the India Dream’ is one of the bestsellers on Amazon in 2017 and has been translated into over 20 languages.
It has sold over 300,000 copies and is one the best-selling novels of 2017.
The book is also one of India’s best-sellers among younger readers.
The author’s sister has said the book “sounds like an amazing piece of literature”.
But, in a recent interview with The Hindu, Anurak Kashyapa, the author’s brother and the editor of the publication, Anu Kashyapperi, said, “The book is written by a young man who has no literary pedigree and no understanding of the genre of Indian fiction.
It is not a novel but an epilogue to The Book That Never Was”.
“The title is a tribute to him and a wish for a book that will be a love letter to the country and to the Indian dream.
The story is about the struggle for the dream.
Ashok’s journey of discovery is not about finding his place in the world but about discovering his own place.
The writer has written a novel that is about India and has nothing to do with fiction or literature,” Anu said.
The first edition of the novel was published in 2005 and has sold more than 300,00 copies.
In its first edition, the book has sold about 200,000.
In a recent article, Kashyk’s sister Anu, a fiction writer, said: “The Book Of Shadows’ story is one that is deeply connected to India’s dream of unity.
It reminds me of a time when the book of secrets was popular in India and when there was such a feeling of nationalism and self-belief among the people.”
Anu says she and her sister Kashyaperi wanted to write a novel about the Indian psyche and history and they wanted to be a “collective” of writers and artists from different backgrounds.
She says she is inspired by the writer’s story of “the books of secrets”, which is one reason they decided to release the novel as a collection of essays.
“This is a book of dreams, a dream of a country that has never existed before and the story of how a nation has become a great nation in the midst of darkness,” Anus Kashyapping told The Hindu.
Kashyappers brother, Anul Kashyappa, said his brother’s novel is a response to “a culture of intolerance and discrimination that existed in India in the past” and also “a challenge to the present.
This is a novel of hope and hope is the core of the story.”
The novel is set in a fictional town in southern India called Jodhpur.
The protagonist Ashok finds himself trapped in the town and has to find a way out of the town.
He said that he wanted to portray the “love of India” in the novel. “
It is about hope and the idea that if one person is trying to survive, then others should be trying to find their way out too.”
He said that he wanted to portray the “love of India” in the novel.
“I also wanted to tell the story from the perspective of the protagonist Ashayas sister who is a housemaid who works in the house.
Ashay’s sister, Anumika, is also an Indian-American who has never lived in the US. “
The novel has a Hindu-American twist to it.
Ashay’s sister, Anumika, is also an Indian-American who has never lived in the US.
It tells the story through the perspective and perspective of an Indian, the son of a Gujarati and the daughter of a Bengali,” he said.
‘Lifespan of the Dream’ book, which was published earlier this year, was titled ‘Lives of Indians’.
It was the first book of its kind by Anu and Anur Akash, a former New York Times best-seller.
The authors have published