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By Mahi Singla, Rohit Sharma
Each hour of our lifestyles scripts a brand new tale. And, each tale is colored with a unique feeling - Love, soreness, pleasure, Sorrow, belief, Deceit, pleasure, Repentance, admire, Humiliation, Loneliness and Anger.
We all were part of those excessive feelings, which our center stories. We develop between them, feeling them, residing them each minute, each hour, and our existence is incomplete with out them. 12 HOURS is a set of twelve engrossing and fantastically written tales, which show assorted feelings and pour out the essence of other relationships. a few tales will make you snort, whereas a few will shed your tears. a few tales will unfold a lesson, whereas a few will electrify your backbone. a few tales will make you fall in love, whereas a few will inspire you to be triumphant. every one tale will try and contact one or the opposite emotion that's nested inside of us.
In a nutshell, each hour of 12 HOURS will take you on a very varied trip by means of placing you amid the interesting lives of some of the characters, the characters that glance greatly genuine like every people, the characters that belong to 1 or the opposite hour of our lifestyles.
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Sands was not like some of them. She was not brisk, not thin, not pretty. Not too old either. She was about the age that Doree’s mother would have been, though she did not look as if she’d ever been a hippie. Her graying hair was cut short and she had a mole riding on one cheekbone. She wore flat shoes and loose pants and flowered tops. Even when they were of a raspberry or turquoise color these tops did not make her look as if she really cared what she put on—it was more as if somebody had told her she needed to smarten herself up and she had obediently gone shopping for something she thought might do that.
It seemed to her that silence was necessary, that everything in the world outside the boy’s body had to concentrate, help it not to lose track of its duty to breathe. Shy but steady whiffs now, a sweet obedience in the chest. Keep on, keep on. “You hear that? This guy says he’ll stay and watch out for him,” the driver said. ” “Go on,” Doree said. ” He had to bend to hear her. She spoke dismissively, without raising her head, as if she were the one whose breath was precious. ” he said. Sure. ” No.
This was the scene that Maggie saw, when she came back. She had had a premonition, and had turned the van around in the road. Her first thought was that Doree had been hit or kicked in the stomach by her husband. She could understand nothing of the noises Doree was making. But Lloyd, who was still sitting on the steps, moved aside courteously for her, without a word, and she went into the house and found what she was now expecting to find. She phoned the police. For some time Doree kept stuffing whatever she could grab into her mouth.
12 Hours: An Anthology Of 12 Beautiful Stories by Mahi Singla, Rohit Sharma