Romantic Guerrilla is about a bad-boy entrepreneur taking on a corrupt billionaire. Subash Bodhi runs the show in style at Guerrilla, an energy drink startup in Bangalore. He gets into a power struggle with a billionaire investor Prakash Bhasani, who is the heir of family-run Bhasani group. As the power battle escalates, he gets kicked out of his startup. He comes back for justice with a guerrilla army to humiliate Bhasani group family, using social and system hacks.
Romantic Guerrilla is a satirical novel, set in contemporary and urban India featuring a love triangle, ensemble cast and a psychological revenge drama. Its episodic narrative is comparable to Chuck Palahniuk’s Fight Club and Vikas Swarup’s Q&A (Slumdog Millionaire).
DS Kumar loves music, movies, books and sports. He contributes a few words at PopMatters.com. He likes to write experimental and satirical books that are rooted in realism. His writing is focused on providing insights into the psychology and philosophy of the characters. His debut novel Romantic Guerrilla is available on Amazon.
Fyodor Dostoevsky, Albert Camus, Franz Kafka, Mulk Raj Anand, Irvine Welsh, and Chuck Palahniuk are few of his favorite writers.