In the novel "The Yellow-Red Boat" Keskin immerses us in the world of drug-addicted youth
He tells the story of people with mysterious life stories whose paths cross in a fishing village.
From Fuat, who sacrifices his life for stumbling teenagers and his unconventional lover, who
visits him occasionally, from Cetin, a German with a Turkish name, who tries to escape from
the drug swamp, from a girl named Berfin, who should be Kurdish by name, and from her
grandparents. With dolphins, seagulls and swallows he conveys to the reader the image of a
country that has lost its way.