an Indian television series that aired on Doordarshan National’s Metro (DD Metro) in. Since the adaptation of The Beast in Idi Kitgir, there have been several novels, films and computer games, including one published game and one released on mobile devices. The plot of the work is based on the story “” by the famous Australian science fiction writer Alan Gutner, written in 1976. It also mentions Yodgar Runte. To date, eleven novels and three sequels have been published: an author’s series (12 novels), a novella (8 novels), two films and one game.
Eli Radek’s older brother, Eric, who also lives in Malaysia, after renouncing American citizenship, moves with his family to Asia and eventually settles in Singapore. Eli is from a family of doctors, his father was a psychiatrist, his mother was a nurse. As a child, Eli was emotionally withdrawn, suffered from asthma and was constantly examined in a children’s hospital, and when the guy turned fifteen, he was enrolled in the University of Hong Kong. He was no different from his peers and only at the age of 15 he became a victim of a serial killer. A serial killer, formerly an auto mechanic, slashed Eli’s throat and stabbed him repeatedly in the chest before cutting off his tongue.
Eli woke up in the emergency room of the hospital, where there were already other victims of a serial maniac. They were introduced to a “specialist” in ritual killings, Dr. Luo Chen, who said that Eli killed his only son, but repented and killed himself after spending the night with her. After that, Eli remained in the hospital and eight months after the death of his son, at the age of 18, he committed suicide by drinking santa yaha, an alcoholic drink made from Finandolium palm sap extract and other substances.
In the epilogue, it was reported that if Eli appeared in the Malay State many years later, he would be asked to leave the country due to his “sinister reputation”. Philippine, Indonesian, Singaporean and Malaysian officials said they have been harassing Eli’s relatives for more than a decade, and he still lives in a Singapore clinic.
The Children’s Welfare League of the Philippines called the novel “low and disgusting propaganda for paedophilia”.