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A collection of short stories by 17-year old Aditya Srikar Pendyala, Sorry Secrets touches a vast range of subjects - diversifying from 'Weed and Coke', an underground drug-addicted obnoxious club ready to avenge female abuse, to 'Sorry Secrets', a humorous string of wild anecdotes, leading to the rekindling of friendship between two Secondary Senior students. In 'Blood', as twelve random people make their oblivious way to the same restaurant waiting to be bombed by a suicidal terrorist, read your way through to another novella 'The Breakfast Club', where magical nostalgia grips five tenth-grade students on one beautiful day, as they count their crushes, classes and cacophonies. As the apocalypse nears by in 'Dead and Here', a young adolescent collects articles on the incident, before heading to safety, for the most ridiculous place possible - the centre of the Earth. In 'Cliff Hanger', a suicidal twenty-two year old counts his losses before heading to his suicidal mountain, while in 'Musicalee Speaking', a middle-aged man opens up his own music shop for the love of Madonna, and hatred for consumerism. Read the heart-warming story of Jai in 'Run Motu Run', an overweight teenager battling the dilemma of obesity and being unwanted, and 'Detective Feat', where one detective and four rendezvous associates drink over a counterfeiting case. In 'Disearthed, a group of archaelogists discover the end of their continent a day before it occurs, and in 'Grey shades', discover an author-turned-murderer turn the DIG of police's life upside down. Finally, treat yourself to the poetic beauty of love and the almighty in 'Soulful Breeze', and Earth's plea to us humans in 'My Fiend.'