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As I Lay Waiting A Revenge Story

Author Name: ANU LAL | Format: Paperback | Genre : Literature & Fiction | Other Details
Something haunts the people who buried it alive. And there are many who face its wrath. Are you one of them? Then it’s coming for you too… Along the Cannanore - Irikkur road in one of the northern districts of Kerala, lies hidden the cause of a terrifying evil, a mysterious entity, Mr Pit. This story is told by none other than Mr Pit himself. If you hear his voice very close to you, make sure you said your prayers. This is the fantastic life story of an entity lying in wait for revenge. There is no getting away from it. You’ll also see a group of boys plotting their dark revenge in a small village in Northern Kerala. But a force beyond their control intervenes- A coincidence, a transformation, and someone who makes a choice. * “Author Anu Lal cleverly explores the psyche of his characters and analyzes the fine line between imagination and insanity while teaching us the strange relationships that exist between the characters and their environment,” Lena Winfrey Seder. (USA, Author, The Metamorphosis of a Muslim - Autobiography of my Conversion) * Anu Lal’s stories take the readers to new levels of fantasy. His storytelling is unique and inimitable. Mark my words: we have a new Salman Rushdie in the making!” Siggy Buckley, (USA, Irish-American Author, Next Time Lucky) * “Anu Lal’s stories have the breath of ancient storytellers, the wisdom of old days, and the immediacy of our contemporary age. Irina Serban (Italy, Romanian Author, Hiding the Moon)
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Anu Lal is one of India’s leading short story writers. He has written five books of short stories. His stories, poems, and articles are also published by various national and international journals. He lives in Kerala, with his family. His wife Dhanya is also a writer and poet. His books are: Wall of Colours and Other stories, You Should Know How I Feel…, Prabuddha: The Clear-sighted, Better than All Happy Ever Afters, and Those Tales Called Blue. He blogs at The Indian Commentator.