‘There will be no love’ is Ajeet Bharti's third book, which is a collection of short stories covering a wide range of human emotions and struggles. Writing on the themes of extreme violence, social isolation, sexual crimes, suicide, alienation and hatred, these stories have the ability to stir up some deep thoughts inside all of us.
Ajeet’s style of writing is vivid and highly descriptive which captivates the readers and puts them in a world of words where images move as they are being read. He is a storyteller who has seen both the extremes of Indian social life, rural and metropolitan. This unique experience makes him pan out worlds that seem fantastical and unbelievable but they do exist around us all.
'There will be no love' is a collection of short stories bringing out that rawness of humanity when faced with certain circumstances. The title itself has been chosen to convey the absence of love in conventional way. I am not a dark person, but I wanted to bring out stories about the darkest hours of human lives when we struggle the most. The stories where struggles of the self dealing with the ideas of alienation, revenge, social gaze, sexual exploitation, extreme violence etc are presented in their original and vivid form.
About the author(s)
Ajeet Bharti is a journalist by profession who keeps himself busy writing blogs and literature in spare time. 'There Will Be No Love’ is his third book after hugely successful ’Bakar Puran’, a Hindi best seller (Dainik Jagran-Nielsen) in humour/satire genre, and ‘Ghar Wapsi', a coming of age novel about a young boy figuring out his life.
Born in Begusarai (Bihar), Ajeet did his schooling from Sainik School Tilaiya. Later he did his BA (Hons) in English Literature from Kirori Mal College, Delhi University. He also did an MA in Journalism and went on to work with top media houses of India including Times of India, Economic Times, IANS etc in various editorial capacities.