Authored By: Gopikrishnan Kottoor
Year of Publication: 2015
|Pages: 268||Binding: Paperback(PB)|
Category: Poetry, Fiction and Short Stories
|Price in Rs. 175.00||Price in (USA) $. 29.95|
Hill House Is Inspired By Events In The Life Of A Serial Killer. Jose, A Handsome Young Man, Elopes With Beautiful Janet, And Together They Set Up Homein An Abandoned Mansion, Hill House, Atop A Cliff Upon West Hill. Soft Spoken, And With An Amiable Disposition, Jose Is Soon Is The Darling Of West Hill. One Evening Josereturns From Work To Find That HisJanet Has Left Him, Leaving A Note In Which She Pleads Him Not To Track Or Search Her Ever. The Letter Shatters Jose.
The Years Pass. Into The Post Phase Of Jose’s Life In Hill House Comes Amaranth, A Young Architect Who Has A Fascination For Hill House. Jose’s Adorable Daughter Isabel Hosts Amar But Secretly Also Starts To Love Him. Isabel Realizes That Amar Has Come To Hill House To Relive His Memories Of A Woman Called Jasmine Though She Has No Idea Who Jasmine Is.
Alongside The Story Of Isabel’s Love For Amaranth And His Own Undying Love For Jasmine, Hill House Unravels The Darker Of The Life Of Jose, A Compassionate Being And Man Of Many Talents Whom Jilted Love Transforms Into A Brutal Psychopath, Perfectly Planning The Executions Of His Many Women, In A Manner Unprecedented, And Unsurpassed, In The History Of Crimes Of Passion.
Hill House Is Gopikrishnan Kottoor’s Third Novel.
Gopikrishnan Kottoor Recently Published His Tenth Book Of Poems ‘ Vrindavan, The Coloured Yolk Of Love,a Sequence Of 214 Poems On The Krishna-Radha Love Legend. He Is An All India Poetry Prize Winner, Whose Poetry Also Features In British Council Archives (Nth Position),Special Editions On Contemporary Indian Poetry In English (Verse, Fulcrum, USA), And Poetry Anthologies Such As Post Independence Indian Poetry In English, And The Bloodaxe Book Of Contemporary Indian Poetry In English. He Is Presently Working On His Socio-historical Play, King Marthandavarma And Devasahayam set In The First Half Of Eighteenth Century Kerala, Based On The Life And Times Of Devasahayam, A Hindu Noble Man And Official In The Palace Of King Marthandavarma, Who Was Executed For His Conversion To Christianity.