ISBN 9789381841105,LIFE SERVED HOT




Grapevine India Publishers

Publication Year 2014

ISBN 9789381841105

ISBN-10 9381841101


Number of Pages 240 Pages
Language (English)


Siddhant Roy is back in Bangalore after a really depressing, detained semester. He wants to rebuild his life from scratch without looking back. But he is an engineering student, after all. It never gets easy. He makes a bunch of new friends, who take him on a journey where he crashes into strange apartments, gets drunk and pukes halfway across the city, tries to start an online social network and watches all his efforts fail miserably. He faces denial, acceptance, love and hatred, all in the span of less than a year. He must now make a choice, whether to silently withstand the oppression of his sinister and stubborn college principal, or to risk everything and take his own stand. What will Siddhant do? Life, Served Hot is a coming-of-age story of a young rebel's undying attachment towards his dreams and survival.

About the Author
Shomprakash works as a technical consultant at Dell International Services in Bangalore. He belongs to a generation of infant adults who grew up reading the works of J. K. Rowling. The concepts of magic and good literature seemed pretty close, via definition, by the time he stumbled upon the works of Gabriel Garcia Marquez and then got steadily inspired by a rising breed of Indian authors. He has previously authored The Pink Smoke and has also been published alongside a host of international contributors in The Traversal of Lines, an India/UK Cross Cultural Anthology. Additionally, some of his short works and novellas including This is Friday and The Chief of Baghdad have seen the light of the online world in the Amazon Kindle format.