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How many times do we make an opinion on people just by their outer appearance? How many times has our perception been based on the bundles of information we get from our sources or from mainstream media? How many times have we felt we were wrong about a particular person or event? The Fight Backs is about the battle within, fought 'inside' by every individual for the elusive redemption and that little chance to get real happiness. This is the story of how a little girl, Umeed, becomes the hope for the protagonists and how perceptions and impressions are shattered as reality unfolds.
The story, set in the backdrop of the unfortunate Muzaffarnagar Riots of 2013 with love - jihad suspicion as its trigger, is an emotional tale with love at its core. The Fight Backs portrays the positive life-changing journey of the protagonists whose inner struggles lead to spiritual awakening. The story eventually immerses itself in spirituality.
The characters of The Fight Backs are all inside and all around us. We just have to observe them without the past and often misconceived prejudices.
Read, feel and see... that magic happens, but we are just too distracted to witness them.
Sharad Tripathi, who identifies himself as a 'dreamer by heart, ' is an advertising marketing professional and an entrepreneur. Having been intrigued by the lives of others through observation, he believes that every life has a story that needs to be told. The author is one who believes that any change should start with the self. A self-proclaimed 'Facebook Activist, ' he also makes his opinion known on the issues of politics and life. Overcoming several disadvantages and limitations, The Fight Backs is Sharad's first novel and aims to break several stereotypes prevalent in the society. He uses a fresh style of writing and storytelling.
He lives with his family - parents, wife and two children - who are yet unaware of his first published book.