Hoshiarpur, November 18
Author Dr Rana Preet Gill’s third book ‘The Misadventures of a Vet’ has been released in Hoshiarpur by Cabinet Minister Sunder Sham Arora.
The book is a sequel to her first novel ‘Those College Years’. Gill is a Hoshiarpur-based veterinary officer working with the Animal Husbandry Department, Punjab. Giving details, Rana Preet Gill said, “I conceptualised the character of Rhea, the protagonist of my first novel ‘Those College Years’, on a whim. The novel borrowed heavily from my life. Rhea Jaswal was partly me and I fell in love with her. After writing that novel, I felt that Rhea should not die down on the pages of the first one. I decided to write a sequel to my first novel. Then I wrote The Misadventures of a Vet. The novel picks up from where Those College Years ends.” — OC
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