Book Review – Sita’s Curse by Sreemoyee Piu Kundu

WHAT THEHEEBEE SAYS ABOUT THE BOOK SITA’S CURSE:

Sita's Curse

Today’s post is about author Sreemoyee Piu Kundu’s book “Sita’s Curse“. It is printed in 2014 by Hachette India. ISBN: 978-93-5009-780-9.

About the book Sita’s Curse:

The Language of Desire” is an apt caption for the book. This book breaks many monotony and tears into the otherwise male-dominated zone of “Erotica” novels/books. This is a beautiful erotica which revolves around a lady, and men come and pass by!

The prologue takes you straight into the trailer of what the book has in store for you. The detailed and cozy descriptions of the desires, sexual encounters, feelings, and the orgasm… give you goosebumps multiple times in the story, and these goosebumps are close to an orgasm.

This is definitely one of the treasure Erotica that one should have in his/her personal library.

About the story:

The story is about desires of love, care, significance and sexual satisfaction. The story is in the form of a journey into the life of its main character – Meera Patel, a middle-class housewife with a full-blown body but who is deprived of all desires.

At a high level, the story divides into three aspects – a). Meera’s life from childhood till her marriage, b). Meera’s life in her wedlock till one day she breaks herself free and d). what happens after Meera cold truly satisfy her body and soul for the first time in her life.

This is like an untold story of many middle-class Meera Patels who as a teenager innocently gets into desires and experiences at home, and sets a benchmark for her to be husband and wedlock life, only to be left with emptiness, agony, deprivation, cheating, and loneliness. When nothing works, she takes it to her own self to keep herself happy and also to satisfy her sexual needs by pleasing herself. Until one day when she takes a bold step to her rights and breaks free from the inhibitions.

The book is extremely well written and weaves many different feelings. Language is very easy to read without mistakes. The story goes perfectly with its tagline – “The Language of Desire” till half the way and after that, it takes a serious note and author has brought many mixed feelings into the story.

Sita's curse

Started: 01-Jan-2018

Completed: 18-Jan-2018

Signing Off

Hiral Amodia

(TheHeeBee)

 

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