Solve a murder mystery with Ahana in Murder in the Palace, see Tess’ Kaleidoscopic World come alive, visit Oseye’s Egyptian land in An Archaic World, travel through time with The Time Traveller, feel the chills of the paranormal in Neil’s Shoes, understand an artist’s perspective in Sunset or Sunrise, with Kwakan welcome a new star in Banon’s Conundrum, and unravel a historical mystery with A Holy Book.
Goya is a collection of stories that feel real, and relatable. You immerse yourself completely. The stories are like a rainbow – intangible, fictional, yet so real that you cannot shake the illusion. And just like a rainbow is a spectrum of varied hues, this book is a collection of 27 colorful stories, encompassing a variety of perspectives and emotions.
Dr. Saksham and Dr. Gita have a flourishing practice in Dindori on the outskirts of Nashik, now famous for its grapes. Their life is thrown in turmoil when Narayan and Rama land up in Vishwas Nursing Home for a complicated delivery. What unfolds at midnight and thereafter, is a nightmare for all of them!
Violence is unleashed by Narayan’s friends at the hospital when things take an unexpected turn. The aftermath leaves behind a streak of destruction, litigation, and introspection. This poignant, subtle, and sharp story takes you on a journey through the prelude to the aftermath of death and violence.
What would you do if you were told you had minutes to leave your home? What would you take, what would you be thinking…?
This thought dominated the minds of millions who moved across the newly created borders in 1947. The place they called home was not a geographical zone but an emotion. Most just locked their doors and left as if they were going on a vacation. They ended up as refugees in a foreign land with a yearning for a home they could never return to. That yearning is what Hiraeth stands for.