Kriyasesham, according to Rajeevan, is a tribute to M. Sukumaran.
“Ever since I read Seshakriya in the 1980s, I have had a feeling that the characters are real, not fictional. They are living in my mind as human beings, stimulating thoughts as to what might have happened to them afterwards.
I believe that Kochunanu is living among us today bearing the memory of his father’s unfortunate destiny and the political legacy he has left behind,” says the novelist.
Kriyasesham is Rajeevan’s third novel, which he says is part of a trilogy based on the social and political life of 20th century Kerala. Writer Kalpetta Narayanan released the book by handing over a copy to V. Muzafer Ahamed. Prof. K. Vinod Chandran introduced the book with a charming narration.
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