ABOUT THE BOOK
Pastor Pius Philipose, a charismatic priest from a small town in Kerala, is dead. As his adoring flock gathers around to mourn their ‘morally unblemished, upright, drenched-inthe- milk-of-human-kindness’ Pastor, his wife, Mary Agnes, at last free of her husband’s domineering presence, begins to recreate for the reader, in vivid detail, the terrible truths and lies of a man who was never what he seemed.
The Prospect of Miracles, the new novel from award-winning novelist, playwright and shortstory writer Cyrus Mistry, is a gripping tale of madness, love and betrayal. It will be a while before the reader is able to disengage from the novel’s dark embrace.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Cyrus Mistry began his writing career as a playwright, freelance journalist and short-story writer. His play Doongaji House, written in 1977 when he was twenty-one, has acquired classic status in contemporary Indian theatre in English. One of his short stories was made into a Gujarati feature film.
His plays and screenplays have won several awards. His novel, Chronicle of a Corpse Bearer (2012), won the DSC Prize for South Asian Literature, 2014
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