Hadal

Hadal (English, Hardcover, Surendaran C P)

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Hadal  (English, Hardcover, Surendaran C P)

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    • Language: English
    • Binding: Hardcover
    • Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers India
    • Genre: Fiction
    • ISBN: 9789351770114, 9351770117
    • Edition: 1st Edition
    • Pages: 280
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    BASED ON A TRUE STORY Miriam is young, attractive and unhappily married. Taking a break from her job as internal security officer at the palace of the Maldivian president, she comes to Trivandrum to write a novel. Honey Kumar is a police officer on a punishment transfer from Delhi to Trivandrum for a spectacular act of graft. When Miriam refuses to comply with Honey Kumar's demands for sexual favours in return for extending her visa, he fabricates an espionage charge against her and arrests her. Before long, Miriam, who has secrets of her own, realizes that the tropical vacation spot she has landed in is like a hallucinogenic dream, where everybody has a tale to tell. They collectively contribute to a fable about her as a spy and a honey trap, shaking her up and shaping her struggle. Inspired by a real-life incident, Hadal is an incisive critique of the rot at the heart of India and the corruption, physical and spiritual, that permeates the structures of authority.
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    • C.P. Surendran is a poet, novelist, journalist and screenplay writer. His poetry collections include, Gemini II, Posthumous Poems, Canaries on the Moon and Portraits of the Space We Occupy. He is the author of the novels An Iron Harvest and Lost and Found. His first screenplay, Gour Hari Dastaan, has been selected for the Kerala International Festival and the International Film Festival of India. He is currently working on a collection of poems called Repeat Radio. He divides his time between Bombay and Delhi and is the editor in chief of DNA.
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    • 198 mm
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    • 129.00 mm
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    • 250 gr
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