Unveiling the book cover of HILAWI

When the chants rise up, Gigi or Gargi Tamang finds that she has to gravitate to the strange object that they seem to emanate from: A disc made of a metal that no one can identify. Could the myths that we’ve heard from time immemorial, actually be true?

 

 

 

Veer and Gargi Tamang, twins, are nothing like each other; he, a mild-mannered and scholarly youth, and she, a feisty young woman, full of energy. A telephone call from India suddenly changes their lives. They find that they are the designated guardians and protectors of a strange shield that is both coveted and feared by their own clansmen. They are completely unprepared for the adventure they are rocketed into, where no one around them seem to be who they are, where they are constantly on the run and where they have been summoned for a task they can’t even believe.

 

 About the Author

Ritu Lalit spent the first few years of her life in the north east, where she would lie on the grass and stare at the skies, convinced that she did not belong to this planet.  Since she was here, she tried her utmost to fit in, even learnt math!  But the desire to live in a dream world could not be suppressed, so now she writes fiction.  In real life she lives in the NCR with her two sons, a daughter in law, three dogs and 20 fishes.  You can meet her on her blog, www.phoenixritu.com

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14 thoughts on “Unveiling the book cover of HILAWI

  1. Congrats!

    I can’t help noticing one trend among Indian blogs: the positive ones have seen a decline in traffic. The loud bitching ones are unaffected.

    • I think trends are cyclic. Perhaps the bitching ones have issues that make people gravitate to them. Mine is just a general feel-good space

  2. But I want to meet her in PERSON.. I alreayd know her via the blog ..

    lovely book cover 🙂 all the best ritu bhen .. thats the second one I want now …

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