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By: Atharva Patwardhan


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Amid the gloomy backdrop of Glasgows streets, Noah strives to carve out a semblance of normalcy. His odyssey through secondary school is fraught with hurdles as he grapples with familial strife and the daily grind of academia. Determined to secure a future beyond the confines of his challenging circumstances, he is intent on performing well enough to land a respectable job.

Noahs sanctuary lies in the ivories of the piano, an instrument he has dedicated years to mastering. Its more than a pastime: its his lifeline, providing solace in moments when the weight of the world bears down on him. When his school announces a music competition complete with a lucrative cash award, Noah sees a glimmer of hope. With the keys at his fingertips, he sets out to conquer the contest, a beacon of determination in a city that seems to have turned its back on him.

Atharva Patwardhan was born in Middlesbrough, England, in 2002. At the age of seven, he emigrated up to Scotland with his family. He completed his first novel, Katmeridou, at eighteen years old.

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