Praise the lord ; What news, pilate?
In two brilliant novellas, master storyteller Paul Zacharia offers contrasting shades of life. While on the one hand he talks about the unpredictability of life and how it silently usurps a placid existence, on the other, he delves into the depths of an analytical mind that tries to rationalize the most morbid of murders of civilization. Recipient of the Sahitya Akademi Award and Katha Award for Creative Fiction, Paul Zacharia is one of the best known writers in Malayalam today.
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