Not All Those Who Wander
Seventeen-year-old Gehna Rai has normal friends, goes to a normal school and belongs to a normally dysfunctional family. In fact, everything about Gehna is normal-except she just found out that she's going to be a mom.
Eram, a nerdy high-school dropout, dreams of becoming a poker pro while trying to keep his dad, who has Parkinson's disease, from going completely mental. He has little time for much else-until a chance meeting with a girl blows his life to pieces.
Sometimes together and sometimes on their own, caught between friendship and something more, Gehna and Eram travel a most unexpected road. Quirky and heartfelt, Not All Those Who Wander is a story of millennial friendship that is #litAF.
Arjun Nath is the author of the acclaimed memoir White Magic: A Story of Heartbreak, Hard Drugs and Hope. In his past lives he has been a teenager, a heroin addict, a corporate lawyer, as well as a screenwriter, webpage designer and once, briefly, a nine-year-old professional bootblack. He chose to become a writer mostly because wearing pants is optional.
Arjun lives in New Delhi and Not All Those Who Wander is his first novel. If you have any recommendations for sports movies, please send them in to email@example.com.