Seven Sundays: One Life, Two Journeys, Seven Failures by Shouvik Banerjee

Seven Sundays: One Life, Two Journeys, Seven Failures by Shouvik Banerjee is a work of fiction. It was originally published in September 2019. Seven Sundays is the debut novel of the author.

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Sometimes it takes falling apart before falling into place Seven Sundays chronicles the story of 40-year-old Alok, who, despite all his efforts, finds himself in the worst scenario possible—his business venture fails, his wife and daughter leave him, and, on top of everything, he is under a mountain of debt.

But just when it seemed like all is lost, an old acquaintance makes a return to his life and sets in motion a profound change. Written in an unconventional format of a fable within a narrative, the book takes an explorative journey into the nature of failure and why we need to identify and embrace it. Featuring a host of intriguing characters that include the Magician, Wizard, and Maiden, Seven Sundays is one of those books that are as intriguing as they are enchanting and will stay with you for a long, long time.

About the Author

Shouvik Banerjee began his journey as a science student, but after a string of career failures and consequent depression, quit his Ph.D. to pursue a career in content writing. He writes poetry, short stories, and songs. This is his first book

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