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Tejas Desai

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Tejas Desai was born in New York City in the early 1980s. He is the author of The Brotherhood Chronicle, an international crime trilogy with Hindu/Buddhist themes, and The Human Tragedy, a series of short story collections that creates a panoramic portrait of American society. He is also the founder of The New Wei literary movement which seeks to promote provocative and significant narrative artists who are determined to create oeuvres in their respective forms, and advocates a more dynamic multiculturalism in literature.

His articles on literature have been published in HuffPost and other publications and are available to read online. His aesthetic philosophy, readings, lectures, interviews, and international adventures can be followed
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My latest interview in The London Post includes more about my personal background, my reading habits, and the overall purpose of my fiction!


Tejas Desai’s novel The Brotherhood roared on to the Amazon bestseller list and his second novel The Run and Hide is quickly becoming a reader’s favorite as well. Desai is especially gifted when it comes to taking readers on a thrilling ride, one that keeps...

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Published on February 17, 2020 08:44
Average rating: 3.83 · 46 ratings · 18 reviews · 5 distinct worksSimilar authors
The Brotherhood

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