Amit Chaundry, The Immortals (Knopf, 2009)

What are your own plans–asked Nirmalya–partly because they were at the stage of their lives when “plans” were important, when everyone around him was working overtime on a sifting and sorting out of destinies; but also because he’d reached that age when he was curious whether old, rapidly anachronistic friendships could be turned into alliances, when he’d realised that allies had become more important to him than friends. Yet, for all his hunts, he had few friends, and even fewer allies.

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