I wish we had the courage to have a second child. Abhimanyu Sharma, 13, is on the threshold of a new beginning when his father’s remark scars him and his relationships forever. Why did you not say it that day? He is in love but does not fathom the depth of his love till it is too late. And mark my words, you are the best! He adores his Daddu, the old man whose faith in him keeps him going. You saved me, and in time, I shall rescue you back. And then, there is Simran, the little girl who gives him hope and love. For whom he can give a hundred lives. Join Abhimanyu as he proves every perception against him wrong � even his own � as he lives through tumultuous relationships, a broken friendship, lost love and merciless carnage in the very heart of Delhi. A Hundred Lives For You is a melting pot of emotions that moves with the anger and pace of a thriller.


Rabindranath Tagore

Rabindranath Tagore was born in 1861 in Calcutta, in the then Bengal Presidency of British India. He is credited with modernising Bengali literature, freeing it from the classical mould and experimenting with new styles. His collection of poems Gitanjali is his most famous work. He translated some of these poems into English when he visited London, and these were instrumental in getting him the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1913.


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