Sid Lund just woke up from a convoluted nightmare to discover his waking life is even more complicated. For one thing, the young American pharmaceutical executive has no memory of how he wound up in a remote Indian hospital. No one knows him, except for fellow patient Afaq, who seems to be insane. On the plus side, his nurse, Pretti Dey, can only be described as gorgeous.
When an anonymous phone call warns Sid to get out of the country, he discovers the police are after him. Without any idea of how he became a fugitive, Sid has no choice but to go along with Afaq's nutty plan to secure him a passport and plane tickets—a plan that leads Sid and Afaq on a comically crazed trip to Mumbai, with Pretti in tow.
Sid's not sure what he did or even if he did it. He's only certain of three things. He doesn't want to get arrested, he wants to spend more time with Pretti, and Afaq is the craziest man he's ever met.
A lighthearted comedy about one man's search to find himself—or at least regain his memory—Afaq: I'm Trapped in India is Timothy Reinhardt's madcap debut novel.
Kirkus Review "A fast-paced, funny romp with easy laughs, surprisingly complex characters, and plenty of quirky twists."
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