ISBN 9789380032757,Chocolate Guitar Momos

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Westland Publications

Publication Year 2011

ISBN 9789380032757

ISBN-10 9380032757


Number of Pages 260 Pages
Language (English)


Chocolate Guitar Momos revolves around Joseph, who has been living in Guwahati for less than a year and is struggling to earn a decent living with his profession as a musician. Meanwhile, his girlfriend of five years resides in Delhi, whose interest in him slowly begins to fade, to say the least. Joseph phones Uma on their fifth anniversary to tell her about the song he sent her as a present. Uma soon blurts out that she is in love with Tonmoy, who is Joseph’s friend. The two fell in love during their two-day trip to Manali. Joseph has been dumped thrice so far and is now determined to find the girl whom he believes is his true soul mate. He only saw her once at a bus stop, where she smiled at him. The problem is that he doesn’t know anything about her, nor does he remember what she looks like. The only thing Joseph remembers is that she wore a grey skirt. This starts Joseph’s quest to find his soul mate by searching through social networking websites such as Facebook and radio broadcasting, leading to a series of events that will keep the readers glued to the very end. Does Joseph find the girl? And, does she turn out to be the person he expects? This book will answer these questions and more. Basumatary has filled this novel with funny incidents packed with subtle sarcasm, which make for an interesting read. About Kenny Deori Basumatary Kenny Deori Basumatary is an author, composer, and scriptwriter. Basumatary excelled in academics during his school days. However, he was unable to cope at IIT-Delhi, which made him leave the institute. He then worked as a news anchor for a regional satellite channel located in Guwahati. Basumatary, taking his uncle’s advice seriously, set out on his journey to Mumbai to establish himself as a writer and actor in the film industry. In three years’ time, he had already acted in six TV commercials. He has also co-edited a 49-minute documentary on the making of Frozen, which is a National Award winning film. He has also launched a music collection of soft Assamese music, called Brahmaputra, with his brother, Tony. Basumatary is currently working on his zero-budget comedy action film, Local Kung Fu.

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