The Essence of Rue

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From the land of Pakistan to the land of India, Ashish’s journey has been painfully pleasurable. A child who once was unsullied back in Pakistan suddenly finds himself under the odious burden of rues after his arrival in India. His desire to live a hedonistic lifestyle catapults him into the world of crime, leaving behind a thought of agony for his beloveds. The question is will he go as far as to torture his family mentally so he can live to fullest, or does he rather help them overcome destitution?

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Sumit Goreja

A former soft skill trainer, copywriter and correspondent, everything I am today is because of heuristic learning. I hold a degree in English literature and am a voracious reader; expressing my thoughts through words has always been my passion. From my experiences and achievements, I firmly believe that fancy degrees play no role in an accomplishment of one’s goal as far as there is a strong desire, passion and will to achieve it.

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