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Behind the Crimson Tears... by Avisek Prasad

Beautiful narration, strong characters and a fast paced and high voltage drama

Are tears predominantly a sign of weakness? Some of you may abruptly say ‘Yes’ but think again! Is enduring the pain of an abusive marriage easy? Is dealing with a heartbreak easy? Is dragging the corpse of a dead relationship throughout your life easy? Life is never easy and neither will it ever be... Holding back the burden of pain in your heart is not easy! Holding back your tears in the emptiness  of your life is not so easy! Because not every story in real world is a story of roses and chocolates... because some stories are the stories of thorns, bruises, tears and a perennial pain of desolation... because it’s true that in the world of love stories , there do lie some stories which have all the forte to falsify every beautiful definition of love!
Behind the Crimson Tears is one such book  authored by Avisek which portrays  blunt images of the dark side of our so-called cultured society where women are tortured and Ma Durga is worshipped as goddess of strength.
Beautiful narration, strong characters and fast paced and high voltage drama makes the book an intriguing read. The response and reviews of the book till now have been invariably outstanding which are enough to make the book most desirable.
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Author Website: http://authoravisek.in

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