“This is the story of a young man, his travels and discoveries; it is a different novel by the author. With the deep emotional setting, Tried, for enclosing, in the form of a novel.” The character named Gauthaman, is the real Gauthaman .Sickness, parting, old age, and death, appear as the fate of a living being. The soul of man seeking the valley of shelter is defined here. Once Gauthaman has thought of fishing without wetting the hands, again the thought of workless ness, was also an error. One can never exist being still, Movements and flow are real. Birth accrues death. Deep imagery is a specialty of the work.
“The skeleton hanging in the cellar, disturbed him, having set fire to the garbage in the premises of the ancient bungalow, taking the baby Gauthaman stepped to the bank of the river. The child curled on his chest. And slept.
Looking at the explosion of the House, straight into the sky, Gauthaman sat in front of his hut.
The baby shuddered into wakefulness and clutched at his bosom. His hands caressed the baby.—thus the story ends.
8. Nobody Dies [Arum Marikkunnilla] “a Telling story of natural situations, Vatsala has her own lineage strong and straightforward with natural colours. Her style is poetic; her humanism is alert Climbing up through shot sentences, the writing spurts up and reaches the highest level of realization, reaches at the highest point. The skill of her writing is rich and special. In one mid-summer day Girija the bride

enters the House, taking the hand of her groom, Gopi Krishna. The gist of her soul is unwound and the invariable experiences follow. “
“This is a different novel by Vatsala. The attempt at compressing the depths of great emotions, gives it a greater value. It is a promise to Malayalam Novel” the Introduction.