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Story of a psychotic coffin maker about birth, death, everything in between and beyond.
Nellooli Rajasekharan, Translated by Latha Nair
Type: Print Book
Genre: Literature & Fiction
Language: Malayalam
Price: ₹300 + shipping
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The tale of a psychotic coffin-maker whose forefathers, for generations, made coffins and mausoleums for the monarchs and the mighty. He wrestles with his demons and saints to make sense of his existence as he deals with death every day. He delves deep into his soul and soars into the infinite universe. In his stream of consciousness, fairy tales, myths, and dreams create a kaleidoscopic fluid world where the living, the dead, and the LivingDead exist and relate across space and time. Some dwellers of his mythical world are the old man who comes riding the wind, a parrot that tells fairy tales, his great grandfather who steps out of his huge portrait, a hexed miniature ivory coffin with a mirror inside that reveals the future, and his identical twin brother who returns after his plane crashes into the Pacific Ocean. The LivingDead’s unique perspectives force the readers to rethink about life, death, and many beliefs.

About the Authors

Nellooli Rajasekharan, born in Kerala grew up in Trivandrum. After obtaining his Masters's degree, he started working abroad. He has lived in and visited more than fifty countries during his international career of forty years. He wrote his first novel when he was 18. He has served as a banker, management consultant, and director of multinational banks, oil and gas corporations, and international NGOs. He has published several tracks of original Indian musical compositions. He has published several novels, short stories, and management literature. His last novel in English, The LivingDead was published in 2011. He is a member of Mensa International and a visiting Professor for MBA programs

Book Details

ISBN: 9781637544235
Publisher: Nellooli Rajasekharan
Number of Pages: 154
Dimensions: 5"x7"
Interior Pages: B&W
Binding: Paperback (Perfect Binding)
Availability: In Stock (Print on Demand)

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