Bengaluru, Karnataka Sep 30, 2021 (Issuewire.com) – Recent release “Kaleidoscope” from Athena Creations by author Ranjit Kulkarni, a former corporate executive, and IIM alumnus, contains fascinating stories about life, death, and human behaviour, not in a frightening way but with twists that entertain and enlighten readers about the comic, human side of tragic situations.
Author Ranjit Kulkarni, a writer of short stories and the creator of Jigneshbhai and Swami has released Kaleidoscope, a collection of short stories best described as a unique combination of thrilling, tragicomic, and thought-provoking tales.
As the name suggests, this book reflects the different colors that fall on a mirrored glass. Each story offers a stimulating experience of life in its assorted forms through the eyes of the protagonist. The multifarious themes of coma, cancer, pandemic, old age, stock market, hidden treasures, antique books, family secrets during partition, funeral mix-ups, mercy killing, even some fantasy, just to name a few subjects, there’s so much in this book.
“Like the multicolored sugar candies that offer a variety of flavors, this collection is sure to give pause to all readers and make them think,” says Rain n Books, a book reviewer.
“Each of the twenty-two stories is sure to touch a chord, bringing readers face to face with the grim realities of life,” says another avid reader on Amazon.
“Ranjit’s writing is fluid, there’s a sense of gliding through the absolutely impressive stories,” says another lover of short stories.
Published by Athena Creations, Ranjit Kulkarni’s new book is an excellent collection of stories that will take readers through an enriching, entertaining, and enlightening experience that will definitely keep them turning the pages.
Readers can purchase “Kaleidoscope” at ranjitkulkarni.com, Pothi, or online at Amazon, Apple iTunes store, Barnes and Noble, or Kobo.
About the Author: Ranjit Kulkarni is a writer of short stories, articles, and novels. His work has appeared in Literary Yard, Indian Periodical, Academy of the Heart and Mind, Potato Soup Journal, Setu Journal, CC&D Scars, Ariel Chart, Active Muse, Anti-Heroin Chic, Grey Thoughts, Kathmandu Tribune, Cafe Lit, Muse India, and Misery Tourism. More details about his work can be accessed at https://www.ranjitkulkarni.com. He lives in Bangalore India and is reachable at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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