"In the realm of the living, greatness is ephemeral, but madness transcends mortality, haunting even the inanimate..." In the shadow of a haunted past, an obsession takes root, threatening to consume everything in its path. Welcome to Kiff House, where the line between greatness and madness blurs, and one woman's relentless quest to achieve her goals endangers the safety of her own family. Mahira, a determined IAS officer striving to integrate the desolate village of Meeran with Bangalore, finds herself confronted by the chilling secrets hidden within the walls of her new home. With each terrifying revelation, her grip on sanity weakens, stretching the boundaries of her mind to the breaking point. Accompany Mahira and her family - Sharman, her husband and retired music teacher, and Ayush, their inquisitive ten-year-old son - as they navigate the mysteries, lore, and supernatural presences of their new home. Immerse yourself in this captivating gothic horror tale, where the fragility of the human mind collides with the sinister forces lurking in the shadows.
About the Author
Shival Gupta lives in Bangalore, India and works in technology and software. He hails from Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh. A life-long fan of literary horror, “The Violins That Play At Kiff House” is his first entry in the gothic genre.