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The Dancing Waters

by Priya Prabhakaran

Format: Paperback

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Years later, when Kannan receives a letter from his estranged mother requesting him to meet her, he finds himself in a grave dilemma. She was a chapter that he had closed years ago, her unexplained silence on his innocence that fateful day had made him an outcast in the eyes of his loved ones and friends. However, there was also the much required closure that was making him unable to dissolve the wall between him and anyone who attempted to love him. And to seek that closure, he decides to embark upon a journey to meet her. Determined to restore his lost image and credibility, to fight back his stigmas, he plunges into the serene waters of Mayillatam. Only to discover the deep turbulent undercurrents behind its nonchalant surface... He was about to unfold the mystery of his forsaken childhood, the sudden turn of events that jeopardised his faith in all. Will the truth revealed soothe his wounds or trigger another lifelong pain? - See more at: http://pothi.com/pothi/book/priya-prabhakaran-dancing-waters#sthash.fQ819jRa.dpuf

Priya Prabhakaran was born in Kannur, Kerala, in India in 1979, to N.Prabhakaran and Sreemathy Prabhakaran, grew up in Bahrain, and returned to India in 1995. She did her initial schooling in Indian School, Bahrain and her higher secondary schooling in Chinmaya Vidyalaya, Kannur. She completed her Bachelor in Architecture from College of Engineering, Trivandrum in 2003. She practiced architecture for two years and later left it as she felt it was not her calling. She currently works as a Project Manager for an IT firm in Cochin, India. She is married to Brijesh R Nair and has two children Neha and Neil.

The Dancing Waters is her first endeavour as a writer and focusses on complexities of human relationships and is based out of a rural village in India. Her second book "Freaky Chakra" is a fast paced novel with humorous connotations with time being the essence of the premise as unrelated lives get interlinked in a span of less than 48 hours.



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