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The Litmus Test of God

Author Name: Katherine Joseph | Format: Paperback | Genre : Literature & Fiction | Other Details

Before her father’s untimely death in a calculated honour killing by her own maternal grandfather and great grandfather, beautiful and bright Elizabeth Isaac vows to her father to become a woman of substance and leave a mark in this world. She does not want to end up like the other girls in the village of Aruvithra in Kottayam district of Kerala, who did not achieve anything meritorious in life. However, even after graduating with flying colors in a local college, she is rejected by the educational institutions where she applies for a job due to her lack of funds as ‘donation’ to the institutes.

In order to support her sick and widowed mother, she perseveres to find a job. She moves to Mumbai in search of greener pastures with the help of one of her old classmates. In Mumbai, she is happily employed as a secretary to her handsome boss, who falls head over heels in love with her. Will Elizabeth keep her promise to her father? Will she reciprocate her boss’ feelings?

The scenic beauty of God’s Own Country described in flawless language and the enchanting rubber trees there make the book one of its kind. This book will leave a lasting impression in the mind of the reader about the infinite love between a mother and a daughter.

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Katherine Joseph

Katherine Joseph hails from the district of Kottayam in Kerala. After completing her initial education in Kerala she moved to Mumbai for her further studies. In Mumbai she studied Law with a view to become a lawyer so that she could do justice to people in distress. Currently she lives in Mumbai and is practicing Law.

The Litmus Test of God is her first novel. She was inspired to write this book as she observed injustice in every field in the society she lived. The varying characters appearing in this book are part and parcel of her society.

Through this book, the author sends a social message against the existing practice of condemning the have nots by the haves and powerful.

Through this book the author’s endeavor is to bridge the gap between the rich and the poor.