Sands of Time, Author Neelam Saxena Chandra #BookReview

8 thoughts on “Sands of Time, Author Neelam Saxena Chandra #BookReview

  1. I haven’t read this one, but I think that if you couldn’t connect to the women from the non-urban regions, it is not because of your environment, but the lack of effective writing. This makes me recollect Pullama from Tell a Thousand Lies – she was living in rural Andhra 20 years before my time, and I have been born and brought up in Mumbai – still I could relate to her, and connect with her – I credit the writing skills of Rasana for that.

    1. Exactly Shantala. Thats why I mentioned that I could relate to One Part Woman and Legends of Khasak though I have not even been part of such society or social structure. You nailed it.

  2. Honest one there. Title reminds me of Sidney Sheldon and the jitters teenagers got with the very mention then. Old days. Thanks Lata for transporting me back in time.

    1. Oh yes. The Sands of Time from Sidney Sheldon was the first book I read of the author. I had borrowed it from the college library. The characters are still vivid in my memory, Megan being my favourite.

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