Remarks:B&W Illustrations, No dust jacket and the book is just fine.
Size:140 x 215 mm
Beautiful People, a fast moving story that carries us across continents. It is a story of two families totally unknown to each other and coming from separate cultures. It is the tale of how their fortunes came to cross paths in the High Himalaya and the dusty plains of North India. The story carries us over a period of almost two decades and tells us of the varying fortunes of our two families whose second generation comes together as students in the Eastern hill station of Darjeeling the famed tea producing centre. The underlying current of terrorism and the activities of the crime nexuses brings us back to the stark realities of the present day world where none are truly secure and can never know when violence may strike. The devious minds of the terror-crime nexux and their objectives run as an under current throughout the story which finally ends in the bustling capital of India Delhi Pradeep Swar a young and promising young Nepali author wrote this story at the tender age of 16. He himself was a student in Darjeeling has used much of his own personal experience of the region to give depth and interest to his first full length novel.