Serving Army Major, Piyush Semwal Releases Maiden Novel in Bengaluru

Piyush Semwal, a serving Major in the Indian Army, released his debut novel titled, ‘The Lost Faith’ at a formal book launch ceremony held at Sapna Book House in Bangalore. The book has been published by leading publishing house, Kalamos Literary Services and is priced at Rs 199/-

Speaking on the launch of the book, the author, Major Piyush Semwal said. “I am very excited to choose Bengaluru for the national launch of the book, because this city is very close to my heart. I have fond memories of this city when I was posted here. Writing a book has been on my bucket list for long, and today I have successfully ticked this off my list. A lot of effort has gone into bringing out this book and I hope that the readers will like it”

Commenting on the launch, Anuj Kumar, CEO of Kalamos Literary Services said , “ We are proud to be a part of Major Piyush Semwal’s writing debut. The book is a captivating narrative, full of dramatic twists, one that entertains and entices you to turn the page. The book has been appealing to audiences across age groups.”

The Lost Faith is a tale, a perfect amalgamation, of adventure, friendship, faith and mysteries. The story encompasses the thrilling journey of two friends to a remote destination, an ancient barren temple of Lord Shiva. The trip goes chaotic when they get entrapped in a wolf dominated expanse and have to survive the terror. The destiny further compels them to travel to another exotic land; the land of a vicious demigod, known to be bestowed with abilities to control wild tuskers. They, along with a team of few benevolent men, hatch an arduous plan to save the gullible natives from the wicked swami.

The story connects with the readers seamlessly and does evoke the fear of unknown. It also gives the audience certain thoughts to ponder upon about religion, human values and courage. The story theme emphasizes on the fact that a long journey, an odyssey, can truly lead a person into creating memoirs worth cherishing for a life time. The novel tagline is also true in an honest sense - protagonists are not born or made; they rise when karma provokes them Major Piyush Semwal is also a photographer and a long haul biker who sincerely believes that travelling expands your horizon of thoughts. He loves reading humor, science-fiction and visceral titles.


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