About the Book
In a 1970’s Kerala village where everyone knows each other, eight-year-old Janu is caught between a suicide-prone mother, an absent father, and a near-psycho cousin who is the only one who knows her damning secret. The saving grace is her gang of three friends, all-knowing Achu, gorgeous Ammu and Ali who can’t move because of his polio-affected legs. Her life gains colour and meaning when she turns messenger in an inter-religious love story. But then, all hell breaks loose…
About the Author
As long as her memory goes, Sapna Manoj has been a storyteller, creating her own parallel universe and spinning exaggerated yarns about real-life family members. After graduating in English literature, she fell for the attraction of advertising and made a career as a copywriter. Her articles, short story and poetry have appeared in publications like Chicken Soup For The Soul, The Sunday Observer and The Family Magazine. A Tangible God is her first novel.
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