The Seagulls

The people of the coastal areas of Kerala live catching fish from the Arabian Sea. In olden times rich people used to exploit the poor.
In the summer seasons, waterspouts are formed in the sea due to extreme heat. Seeing the waterspouts, the uneducated fishing people believe they were the wicked dealings of evil spirits. More

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Published by Copperhill Media
Words: 87,730
Language: English (Indian dialect)
ISBN: 9781938581106
About Joy J. Kaimaparamban

Joy J. Kaimaparamban has written 18 novels in his native Malayalam language, four of them are children’s literature. His first novel in Malayalam received the Tagore award, named after Rabindranath Tagore, a famous poet, novelist, musician, playwright, and Nobel Prize winner.

Joy J. Kaimaparamban was born in October 1939 to a middle class family in the Southern state of Kerala in India. After finishing his education he became a schoolmaster and worked in several Kerala government schools teaching English. He retired in 1995. Currently he lives in Vayalar, a beautiful village in the Alappuzha (Alleppey) district with his wife and two children.

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