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Engine Drivere Snehicha Penkutti : Novel

By Edasseri, Harikumar

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Reproduction Date: 9/30/2013

Title: Engine Drivere Snehicha Penkutti : Novel  
Author: Edasseri, Harikumar
Language: Malayalam
Subject: Fiction, Drama and Literature, Romance
Collections: Romance, Authors Community, Psychology, Religion, Literature, Most Popular Books in China, Favorites in India
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Publisher: Self-published
Member Page: Harikumar Edasseri


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Nancy the 20 year old typesetter falls in love with a locomotive engine driver. They belong to two different religions. She is an easy-go-lucky girl, flirts with any handsome boy, but there ends it. However her love for the engine driver Rajan gets serious. He was transferred to far away Coimbatore, and she is crestfallen. He tries to ward off the transfer, and then a surprise awaits Nancy in the morning next day.

Engine Drivere Snehicha Penkutty (The Girl Who Loved an Engine Driver) is a novel about a girl working as a typesetter. She has an enigmatic personality that attracts an engine driver. The fact that they belong to two different religions does not deter them from going ahead.

The train has already started and Nancy somehow jumped onto it. She asked a fellow passenger, which train it is. ‘Venad Express.’ He said. ‘God, this train goes to Thiruvananthapuram, just the opposite way.’ She jumped from the train. You cannot call it normal alighting. It was a fall, head down on to the ground, and in slow motion she imagined the next moments; stretcher, ambulance and glamorous journey to the hospital. Her imagination was all scattered when she landed in two strong hands. She opened her eyes to see the face of the man. It was that engine driver. ‘Oh, it is you?’ she asked slightly disappointed. ‘Were you expecting film heroes Mammootti or Mohanlal?’


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