How do you deal with life when cosmic coincidences force you to believe that a larger force is at play?
Without the snow or Santa Claus, with a shitting Caganer and over a two-week period, Christmas in Spain remains a very different affair. So get ready to shed your reservations and travel through a Gaudí-inspired Barcelona as you witness an improbable dream come true amidst a very Catalan Christmas. This is the tale of Jelzan Friuli’s gullible youth before he turned to stone in ‘Kalki Evian: The Ring of Khaoriphea.’
Diwali—the Hindu Festival of Lights—plays out in all its glory, with a single fly learning many lessons.
May 25th, 2015
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Every choice we make leads to its own unique consequence. To change the consequence, therefore, one must travel back in time to change the choice. But what if such change, instead of altering our future, simply created another - one that came to exist simultaneously with our world?
This is a story of how one such moment of love led to two parallel futures; a story of how your choices have an impact far beyond the world you know; a phenomenon that we had sensed, and wished for, all along.
From Switzerland’s Stadtlounge to a French beach, the world is a virtual selfie in this SciFi tale where Kanha Evian—barely hours out of a coma and on the Himalayas—heads back into the private life of his rescuer, Fridgeon Friuli, for a crucial message she has left behind.
The first book in the Kalki Evian series saw Kanha Evian rescued from a ghastly train accident—a move that spawned a parallel reality. However, what he was never told was that his rescuers had traveled back in time once before. Only, this time, they did not save him.
The Fly That Followed Me is a prequel to Kalki Evian: The Ring of Khaoriphea. It recounts Kanha Evian’s journey across India in the days leading up to his train accident. His time-traveling rescuers retrieve a diary that opens up the world that led Kanha to his eventual fall. As they begin to read through the pages, the story unfolds backward in time.
Venture into a narrative that runs as much in the mind of the protagonist as in the real world, accompanied by a single fly that may yet change the course of our world.