Abhih Singh was born in 1984, at a Naval base in Cochin. He spent his early childhood in Port Blair wandering beaches and woods, went to a boys’ school in South Bombay, and attended university in Australia, attaining degrees in Liberal Arts and International Relations. His work experiences have been varied, ranging from office types to disc jockeying and handling produce. Over recent years he has lived in Bangalore in a building teeming with environmentalists and politically charged artist sorts, and in an old Portuguese house in Goa in the midst of snakes, dogs, and disappearing cats. He is currently based in Pune, where he continues to write and produce music. The Leeway Towers is his second novel.
The Leeway Towers
by Abhih Singh
By 2020 the fight over resources, growing unemployment, and corruption push a densely populated island in the Indian Ocean into civil war. Kal, only a schoolboy at the time, finds his life radically altered by the conflict. Now, returning after fourteen years of refuge in Australia, he encounters a place transformed into a beacon of peace and organisation.
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