The Lost Of Love: Book 1

Harendra Kumar
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Journey of a common girl and her unfortunate and her love. She decides to join army by changing own face as a man and started working as a army soldier in the kingdom, use to save citizens or villagers from robbers and king's cruel soldiers and their cruelness taking a face of a masked. A who were spending mysterious life falls mysteriously in Prem affection.
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About the author

I’ve always been passionate about storytelling and impressed by the influence it has on people and the decisions they make in life. I love engaging with the projects I work on, diving headfirst into the research, investigation, and production of stories I feel are worth writing about. I am a curious and proactive Writer, interested in preserving the foundations set by classical literature by adapting them to modern themes and trends.

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Harendra Kumar
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Published on
Jun 23, 2019
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Pages
188
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ISBN
9781075673221
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Language
English
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Fiction / Historical / General
Fiction / Romance / Historical / General
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