Sydney Sapana hits book stalls
By A Staff Reporter
Kathmandu, May 18: Sydney Sapana, a novel by Sydney based Nepali writer Sanu Ghimire Jyotsna, has hit the Nepali book stalls.
The book was released recently in Kathmandu.
Published by Sangrila Books Kathmandu, the novel tells the story of love, infatuation, struggle and salvation of a young and smart girl who is studying in Australia.
‘How the Nepali students are attracted to study in Australia? How their budding dreams get shattered? What hindrances they have to face ?’
The novel gives authentic answers to these questions, according to novelist Ghimire.
‘You must read this novel if you want to go to Australia for study,’ publisher Sangrila Books writes in its preface on the book.
The book has an attractive cover art by emerging artist Ashok Shrestha.
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