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In the fifteen years since their teenage son was killed, the Echota family has been suspended in grief. With the family’s annual bonfire approaching, Maria attempts to call the family together from their physical and emotional distances once more.
Electrifying and honest, animated by the same voracious intelligence that distinguishes their fiction, Dear Senthuran is a revelatory account of what it means to embody multiple spirits, to fight for survival, and to bend the world to one's will.
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