The small town sea

by Anees Salim


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One of the outstanding storytellers in contemporary Indian writing’-Forbes IndiaUprooted from a bustling city, the thirteen-year-old protagonist of The Small-town Sea is replanted in his father’s home town where he struggles to cope with his new life. He reluctantly makes friends with Bilal, a boy who lives in the orphanage run by the local mosque. Together, they embark on clandestine adventures while his ailing father-whose last wish is to die listening to the sea he has grown up by and written books about-rediscovers people from his childhood by accident. But his father’s death unsettles the boy’s life again and he finds himself grappling with altogether unexpected challenges.Lyrical and haunting, sharply funny and achingly sad, The Small-town Sea is a masterful tale of love, friendship and family from one of our most compelling storytellers.

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Penguin Random House India (9 May 2017)
English
Genre, Indian Writing

About The Author

Anees Salim is an award-winning writer and an advertising professional employed with FCB -ULKA. His published works include, among others, Vanity Bagh (winner of The Hindu Literary Prize for Best Fiction 2013) and The Blind Lady’s Descendants (winner of the Raymond & Crossword Book Award for Best Fiction 2014). He lives in Kochi with his wife and two children, Omar and Adah.


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