This book is a work of fiction and expect in the case of historical fact, any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead is purely coincidental.
About the Book
Read This Book to Know What Love isn’t: Based on True Events
It seems as if Rudra and Maya were told that they are in love, and believed they should be in love, but in truth, they hate each other.
"The narrative voice is strong, the language vigorous."
Manju Kapur, the author of Difficult Daughters
"A brilliant story with a lovely narrative. The voice is so raw, very in-your-face, very Camus-esque."
"A drink which many will not know how to handle."
Karan Kapoor has a long-time affair with his pencil. An idealist-pessimist by nature, he strongly believes that the world cannot be changed. He still looks forward to changing as little and as much as he can for his belief in the power of words is stronger.
He closely tries to observe life and extract meaning out of all its chaos. his time is consumed by putting those observations on paper. If not writing, he is obsessing over classical music or the authors he looks up to-he doesn't know how to do much else.