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Bold, brazen and defiant, Sitas Curse looks at the hypocrisy of Indian society and tells the Published: 14 Apr, ; Comments: 3; Types: Book Preview. Read "Sita's Curse The Language of Desire" by Sreemoyee Piu Kundu available from Rakuten Kobo. Sign up today and get $5 off your first. Sreemoyee Piu Kundu's book 'Sita's Curse- The Language of Desire'is the one that has revisited a woman's sexual journey from a young girl to.
Roots and Shadows. I have realized that Erotica is NOT my genre. And with their husbands, and sometimes with their girlfriends. May 20, D rated it it was ok. With due apologies for the scathing review.
Meera ignored his rants as she shivered lusciously, shoving in her entire right hand, drenched in dampness… rewarded by the rites of passage… at the ease with which it was transferred to her.
She was soaring.
Folding her legs like Goddess Lakshmi seated on a half open lotus, she clenched one corner of the chaddar with her teeth — to hold on when the descent finally began… when it would….
Turning weightless. But Meera was past caring. Her body in raptures, her lips quivering as the cushion dropped from between her legs.
Carelessly — sans a centre of gravity. Meera finally opened her eyes. The hazy sunlight greeting her guilt-free gaze, almost alien to begin with. For the first few minutes, she remained motionless… naked, sprawled, spent… not moving, her petticoat ridden up to her waist.
Everything was a blur. The way her tongue tasted, the iciness of the mattress, the cracks in the ceiling above… the moth-eaten calendar that now confronted her… most of the dates discoloured. One of her glass bangles had shattered leaving a fine line of blood along her right wrist.
What if it was true?
Meera asked herself, taking a deep breath, running her fingers along the thin sliver. Or even before that? Back home in Sinor?
What if everything was a lie? What if Yosuf had been right?
What if there was really another world… beyond this one? Beyond all this? This bed — this body — this rain — this road — this longing — this light — this speed — this stench — this desire — this debauchery — this morning — last night — the afternoon before — the months in between — the year to which it all belonged… before….
There was no other sound. Maybe all her flowers had wilted.
Tiny flies buzzed in and out of the surrounding stillness. Not a single cloud shaded the sky. A slight breeze rose and fell, warm in parts.
And then another… With a deep sigh, she began to loosen the tight folds of her sari. The fan had come to a complete halt. Drawing up her knees, she clumsily positioned the cushion under her hips. Flying without wings… flying without the fear of falling… flying, just flying. Outside, it was still. The banging was turning louder. Meera smiled, slowly wiping her eyes… Everything was a blur.
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Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Verified Purchase. A book with such a beautiful premise is reduced to mere sexual escapades which neither titillate nor are sensual. Meera is aware of her sexuality and is not afraid of exploring it and I love reading about such women, the issue here is that the plot is lost somewhere and in the end, I don't know what the story was about. Was it written to prove that women can have sexual feelings?
There she succeeded. But if in the end all I know about Meera that she sweats around her navel and takes off her petticoats while she pleases herself, then somewhere the author has failed. I can't even bring myself to care, whether it is the Guruji or Yusuf. I don't feel that even Meera was moved by her interactions with these men who entered her life.
I can imagine that the author writes well based on her acknowledgement page in the book. If only she had written the book with the same sensuality. The one extra star is because I believe she can write and maybe, just maybe, she will do better next time. One person found this helpful. For all those who whine about the 'excessive' and 'vulgar' erotica, try reading a book beneath its surface the next time. Will submit a full review when I get the time.
I personally expected more from Piu considering her previous pieces and how she would easily mould sensuality and desire together with a hint of well placed lust, but sadly all this was missing in " Sita's Curse " where locus was placed blatantly only on SEX. Plot revolves around life of a young girl who accidentally or deliberately meets individuals who explore her sexuality, she ends up marrying a man who seldom satisfies the rage in the protagonist. Protagonist eventually moves out of the shackles of marriage and explores the unknown world of desire.
Below average one time read with weak story line.
Piu unknowingly made reading sex mundane Recommended for readers who are seeking the erotica genre.