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I reminisced about our two nights in Mussoorie. The first night, as in the first night of a marri... Read More

Product Description

I reminisced about our two nights in Mussoorie. The first night, as in the first night of a marriage, had passed in a rush. The second night turned out to be amazing, though slightly risqué. I had thought I alone would end up providing sketches from my life. But all of us revealed more of each other than ever before in our life.
Second Night is the riveting story of a woman determined to escape and a man who has vowed to find her. An unforgettable tale of friendship unfolds as three friends come together in Mussoorie to spend the most amazing night of their lives.
Clever and haunting by turns, Second Night is about the power of love, the pain of loss, and the possibility of redemption. This touching and romantic novel is filled with unexpected turns, the finest twist coming at the very end.
A masterpiece of fiction, Second Night blends the wisdom of age with the passion of youth in flawless, often lyrical prose.

Product Details

Title: Second Night
Author: Rajiv Dogra
Publisher: Rupa Publications
ISBN: 9789353333256
SKU: BK0438571
EAN: 9789353333256
Language: English
Binding: Paperback
Reading age : All Age Groups

About Author

Rajiv Dogra is a writer, television commentator and an artist. An active public speaker, he received the honorary doctorate from University of Oradea, Romania. After two novels he has written two non-fiction books: Footprints in Foreign Sands (1997) deals with the issues of migration, while Almost an Ambassador (2005) takes a satirical look at the diplomatic corps. Where Borders Bleed came out in 2015 and Durand’s Curse followed in 2017. Commenting on it, the New Indian Express wrote, ‘Dogra tells a riveting account… He had previously penned one of the most respected books on the India–Pakistan relationship, Where Borders Bleed… Durand’s Curse keeps up that legacy.’

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