Zero Hour Melancholy

by Aniket More

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Zero Hour Melancholy unravels sentiments that have, for aeons, been contained in the deepest recesses of the human mind. Inspired by the author's musings and fears during dark lonely nights, this anthology sheds light on a relatively obscure aspect of the human persona. The assortment of poems, stor.....more


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Zero Hour Melancholy unravels sentiments that have, for aeons, been contained in the deepest recesses of the human mind. Inspired by the author's musings and fears during dark lonely nights, this anthology sheds light on a relatively obscure aspect of the human persona. The assortment of poems, stories and letters reflect the myriad hidden emotions, fears and desires of the human mind.

Zero Hour Melancholy is much beyond heartbreaks and failures. It's beyond life and the inevitable death; it's about the other world chained to the living source. Madness can be both lethal and blissful. It is for each one to choose which one to succumb to.

The narrative, once read will bring to the forefront the most gruesome realities of our existence. It will reveal the true extent of our moral depravity and turpitude. Our inner demons will hold hands and walk together with the inhabitants of the underworld. Every single human has a dark persona, this book will help you confront and come to terms with yours.

About the author:

Born and brought up on the outskirts of the bustling city of Mumbai, Aniket More was accustomed to a fast-paced lifestyle. Keeping up with his hectic schedule and chasing the goals that every Indian kid is taught to chase.

As life progressed, he witnessed the varying moods of the world and its inhabitants. Whilst facing the biggest dilemmas of his life, Aniket found comfort in Edgar Allan Poe which also developed in him his passion for macabre.

He found that his thoughts fit in best in the dark world. His imagination thrives on the flip side of society and savages on the raw obscurity surrounding the universe.

Other details:

ISBN 9789384129231
Category Poetry
Language English
Edition First
Published in 2014
Publisher CinnamonTeal Publishing
Condition Brand New
Pages 172
Width 5.83 inches
Height 8.27 inches
Tags Poetry , Stories , Human Emotions

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