Penthrill | The Unlikely Indian
The Unlikely Indian : A novel by Nzan Kikon
- About : Nzan Kikon is a counselling psychologist by profession but a philosopher at heart and a scientist from the head. He currently resides in Kohima and considers himself burdened with introverted personality and existential angst. He loves reading , hoarding books, contemplating on the depths of life, looking up at the night sky and a big believer in making the world a better place.
- Summary: ‘The Unlikely Indian’ is a novel about a group of six guys bonded by a fellowship of camaraderie and with a penchant for mocking each other endlessly who travel across the expanse of India for an adventure that befits a chronicle of its own. A journey that began from the warm Southern state of Karnataka in the city of Bangalore traversing through the western part of India meandering to the nation’s capital, Delhi, then to the cold Northern part of India in the state of Uttarakhand and then to the final destination of the voyage the Eastern part of India, the exquisite state of Nagaland, where India ends. The voyage tales the assorted characters through the city and the backyard of a remote village, through lands where devouring and blood sucking creatures abounds, over snow and in the heat, a holy river, a cathedral, streets filled with hungry people…
- Format: Paperback
- Language : English