All his life, Krishna has looked up to his friend Leyton. Leyton’s smart and brave, and always knows the right thing to do. Krishna is an atheist who is motivated more by material considerations rather than creative ones; on the other hand, Leyton gives in to his passions and lives life on his own terms, and always emerges stronger and more creative. Until now…
A strange beast stalks the country. It’s brash, it’s aggressive, and mocks at the laws of humanity. It is the beast of inhumane politics. Krishna is a part of the ‘community', that is separated from the politics and policies that govern the rest of the nation.
Krishna knows he’ll have to make a choice. But how can he choose – when it means fighting his father, his family on one side, and fighting his best friend on the other.
Will Leyton survive his struggle against the system, or will he be forced to come to terms with it?
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