And Miles to Go

Notion Press
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Patkel, an eight-year-old boy living in the slums aspires for riches. 

Hirok, a self-assured and young businessman is tormented by his past. 

Anushuya, a confused homemaker lives in the regret of decisions she made in the past.  

All their lives come together in a gripping story of money, power, love, and revenge. 

Will they find a way out of their misery? Or do they have miles to go… 

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About the author

Sudipto Lahiri is a forty-eight-year-old graduate Civil Engineer, and is presently working in a manufacturing/construction company in Kolkata. He had spent the early part of his childhood in Dhanbad, Bihar. His father had a transferrable job and Sudipto kept shifting from one place to another with his best friend – his mother. In 1976, they finally settled in Kolkata permanently.

Sudipto is married to his soulmate, Samrajni, who has been a life-changer for him. 

Sudipto has had a creative mind since his childhood, and was deeply moved by the authors – Rabindranath, Sarat Chandra and Saradindu Bandhopadhyay. Their stories and novels have been his companion growing up.

And Miles to Go – his maiden novel had been very close to Sudipto’s heart and through the characters he has depicted the different shades of the human mind, their desires, their virtues and their vices. 

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Publisher
Notion Press
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Published on
Apr 18, 2017
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Pages
412
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ISBN
9781946869814
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Language
English
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Genres
Self-Help / Personal Growth / Success
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