Rahul Gandhi believes that history is an important aspect of life. He also believes that history can be tedious and cumbersome as it's often found in large hardcover bound volumes. But being fascinated by the art of writing and storytelling, Rahul believes that historical fiction is the perfect medium to convey historical concepts while fostering the sense of joy received while getting lost in a novel.
Having spoken at a Young Historian's Conference in 2014 about the effect of the witch hunts of the middle ages in Europe on the feminist movement, and being placed first in the first round and fourth in the second round, as well as having studied history at school level, Rahul was well placed to write three pieces on various aspects of history. These works have received mixed reviews.
Despite having a recent focus on historical non-fiction, Rahul has constantly kept the goal of writing a piece of historical fiction. After a lot of research and brainstorming ideas, this goal has materialized into Another Brick in the Wall.