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.

    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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