Urban Shots: Bright Lights

Another treat of Fiction stories from Urban Shots for you. 🙂 This book involves astonishing stories like that of an Indian kid who can name every American state in alphabetical order, a seven-year-old who wants to get married, a grouchy physics teacher with a love for literature, and likewise. You can read and review Urban Shots: Bright Lights, edited by Paritosh Uttam, under the Book Reviews Program. Read the overview of the book below.

Urban Shots Bright Lights Book Reviews

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Overview of the Book

Edited by bestselling author, Paritosh Uttam, this anthology offers snapshots of interesting characters in Urban India. The ten-year-old mathematics loving girl, haunted by memories of her dead mother; the man who buys expensive gifts for married women; an Indian kid who can name every American state in alphabetical order; a boy who knows more than he should about the extra–marital affairs of his parents; a baby with secrets of his own; the pesky Maami in the neighbourhood, with a cure for every ailment; the beefy sportsman with a peacock hairstyle; the seven-year-old who wants to get married; a retiree on his last day in a dead end job; the salesman who fails to meet his targets; the grouchy physics teacher with a love for literature; the chatty cab driver who was once a film maker; the philosophical mehndiwala on the sidewalk; a struggling artist in love with his fabled city; the retired pilot with life advice in the window seat and a lot more….

Know the Authors

Racy, compelling and heart rendering stories of urban lives and characters by popular writers such as Paritosh Uttam, R. Chandrasekar, Malathi Jaikumar, Ahmed Faiyaz and a number of popular bloggers and debutant writers.

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