By Mahi Singla, Rohit Sharma
Each hour of our existence scripts a brand new tale. And, each tale is colored with a unique feeling - Love, discomfort, pleasure, Sorrow, belief, Deceit, pleasure, Repentance, recognize, Humiliation, Loneliness and Anger.
We all were part of those excessive feelings, which our center reports. We develop between them, feeling them, dwelling them each minute, each hour, and our lifestyles is incomplete with out them. 12 HOURS is a set of twelve engrossing and fantastically written tales, which convey diversified feelings and pour out the essence of other relationships. a few tales will make you snigger, whereas a few will shed your tears. a few tales will unfold a lesson, whereas a few will electrify your backbone. a few tales will make you fall in love, whereas a few will encourage you to prevail. each one tale will try and contact one or the opposite emotion that's nested inside of us.
In a nutshell, each hour of 12 HOURS will take you on a totally assorted trip via placing you amid the fascinating lives of some of the characters, the characters that glance a great deal genuine like every folks, the characters that belong to at least one or the opposite hour of our lifestyles.
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12 Hours: An Anthology Of 12 Beautiful Stories by Mahi Singla, Rohit Sharma