By Vattacharja Chandan
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Published: March 12, 2011
Words: 95,793 (approximate)
An erratic stranger signs in a sea-side inn in his everquest to author an epical work, but having no cue how to begin. While ailing in his subconscious the Sol hints he has already began now his onus is how to end. Rejuvenated, he kickstarts from the first person he sees is Songket, who asks his guru Omni Pundit about the girl Shrota, he sees every morning. Pages of episodes turn on in quicktime.
In the background scores of events, characters and situations, feelings, love, lust, joy, sufferings, fun, beauty, music...in scores of likely and unlikely locations to follow on & on in their onward mapquest to travel from first to last from dust to dust, as in fact there is also no end as there is no beginning in the cosmic sphere.
This is first of the two books projected as Cosmosphere, written in the unique never before prose-poetry-play-picture all in one style of fiction >> Prakalpana.
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