The Canary Birds Never Cry Too Much

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Alex Abraham, the young dashing college lecturer, is never out of his decadent ways of running after the girls. For him, life is meaningful only with the realization of his erotic fantasies! The unsuppressed thirst for the fulfilment of the desires of his heart often lands him in serious troubles. Nevertheless, he is unable to resist the temptation.

The drive for tasting the forbidden leads him to an encounter with his beautiful host. Her daughter catches them red-handed when she comes home early from the college one day. She becomes furious and chases him to tarnish his life after her mother commits suicide. Will he survive the scare? Will she be able to avenge the premature death of her mother?

The intricacies of the novel leave you tight on your seat as shock, dismay, and wonder flood your otherwise excited mind. It will be an experience, one that you never forget the rest of your life!

About the Author: Jhony Augusty was born in an orthodox Roman Catholic family in a picturesque locale of Kannur district, Kerala at the foot of the Western Ghats. Very early in his childhood, he showed remarkable interest in reading, especially fiction.

After completing his bachelor degree (B.A) in 1995, he started his career as a schoolteacher. Having worked in India for eight years, he moved to the Sultanate of Oman and taught English in the schools of the Ministry of Education for twelve years. He also has a bachelor degree in education (B.Ed.), a post-graduate degree in English literature (M.A) and the Cambridge English teaching certificate (CELTA). In December 2017, he published his first novel The Laugh of the Vanquished in English.

Currently, he is an EFL instructor in SV College, Ministry of Manpower, the Sultanate of Oman.

  • Paperback: 214 pages
  • Publisher: White Falcon Publishing ; 1 edition (2019)
  • Author: Jhony Augusty
  • ISBN-13: 9789389085624
  • Product Dimensions:  12.7 x 1 x 20.3 cm

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