KALIKA THE CALYX
Pustak Mahal, 2011 - 271 pages
Defined as the first and the best fantasy novel in the highly competitive language of Kerala - Malayalam - Kalika makes her debut in English to enthral. Opening up a new world of intriguing human relationships and mysterious locales, The Calyx is personified by Kalika, her fragrance appealing, petals unfolding, and yet . . . .
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