Novel, 96 pages, 2008, ISBN: 978-975-07-0282-4, 10+

We learn the story of a deaf and mute child named Yağmur (rain) who finds out that he has a special sensitivity for the vibrations while he was living in a basement apartment spared for the gatekeeper and he later becomes a sound technician, from the notes of a musician whose nickname is Rooster Man. Yağmur was born in a village where rain prayers was causing floods. After discovering that he is different than the other children he spends his days with games like “finding someone like you” and “thinking that you are a fairy.” His childhood memories are about his older sister who was trying to teach him the objects and sounds one by one while she was doing the house chores, about the reliable and silent support of his grandfather, the loving atmosphere his mother and father had created.

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