Cricket-Indo : The Story of an Indo-Pak One-Day Cricket Turf War (English Edition) por K. L. Mohana  Varma

Cricket-Indo : The Story of an Indo-Pak One-Day Cricket Turf War (English Edition) por K. L. Mohana Varma

Titulo del libro: Cricket-Indo : The Story of an Indo-Pak One-Day Cricket Turf War (English Edition)

Autor: K. L. Mohana Varma

Número de páginas: 385 páginas

Fecha de lanzamiento: November 16, 2012

Editor: Eloquent Books

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Synopsis:
Cricket is considered a religion in the Indian sub-continent. The ambition of every mother in India is to make her son a national player, but only one in 1 billion succeeds.

Cricket-Indo tells the story of how young Suresh Menon is nurtured and groomed by his dedicated and determined mother to become a dashing and dynamic cricketer in the 1990s. The sporting “war on turf” between India and Pakistan plays out on television screens, glorifying national pride, even as the age-old legends and history of the countries are symbolized in the brutality and sportsmanship of the game.

About the Author:
K.L. Mohana Varma is a well known and popular novelist, short story writer and columnist in Malayalam - the language spoken in the state of Kerala, India. He has won many literary awards.

About the English Translator:
R.A.M. Varma is the author of the English version of this novel. A fisheries consultant and fisheries journalist, he has been closely associated with the Indian seafood industry for more than 30 years. He enjoys cartooning and translating short stories from Malayalam into English. His award-winning translations have been utilized by the Kerala Literary Academy and in popular magazines and he was awarded the second place prize by the British Council in a competition for short story translation from South Indian languages into English. His business interests take him from India to the UAE. He and his wife have two daughters, two granddaughters and one grandson.

Publisher’s website: http://sbpra.com/RAMVarma