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Sita's Curse  by Sreemoyee Piu Kundu
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Sita’s Curse by Sreemoyee Piu Kundu is a feminist erotica from India, having said this; this is just a miniscule introduction of a whole lot of much more. More of feminism, more of self realisation, more of emotions, more of being wanted, more of desires and more about curse crestfallen by the goddess of Indian mythology – Sita.

The story is about her growth from a girl to a lady and her encounters with the males during the course. The story is an emotional first person narrative of a female who has all the assets that a woman would wish to possess in her body and all that a man would desire for in her female partner but some unsatisfied satisfaction still prevails as a curse and overshadows the mean creatures termed as “men”.

This is the author’s second novel and she has been successful in grabbing attention despite a few loose ends left by her in the story. I guess, she left those so that readers have their own interpretations and could more easily feel connected to fictitious characters in order to bring the fiction close to reality and easily relatable.

Her writing style is simple, addictive and engrossing. She has a descriptive tone in her writing that make scenes come live in front of eyes while reading.


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May 20, 2014 – Finished Reading
July 18, 2014 – Shelved

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