Shortly after he loses his wife and children in an accident, Nathan unexpectedly connects to his past, with two women who had conceived through his sperm donation while he was still a financially struggling student.
Nathan undertakes to bring up the two teenagers, making up for the tragic loss of his own.
Meanwhile, Brenda, his former favorite student at UT, steps into Nathan's life as his lover.
The sudden entry of multi-racial, multi-religious characters into the environment of this aspiring Nobel Laureate is of course not devoid of far-reaching consequences. Karma turns Nathan's life upside down and Austin Colors, quite contrary to the pleasant feelings the title evokes, becomes somewhat of a Greek tragedy.
About the Author
This is Mohan Narayanan's fourth novel in five years. His earlier three books in the Payyoli Trilogy, also published by SBPRA, have earned him worldwide recognition. His books enjoy the most searched Google references for any Indian author writing in English. The author teaches MBA courses at two Indian universities in Chennai, and as a keen social activist is running a technical school training orphans, school dropouts and slum children in various technology-related trade skills.
Publisher's website: http://sbpra.com/MohanNarayanan