Shiva dancing

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Dutton, Mar 11, 1998 - Fiction - 327 pages
12 Reviews
From the desert plains of northern India to San Francisco and modern Calcutta, this graceful tale follows thirty-five-year-old Indian-American professional Meena Kumari on her return to her homeland and her journey into love with a sexy novelist. A first novel. 22,500 first printing.

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User Review  - Kristin - Goodreads

This book starts out pretty weak -- I was surprised I kept reading after the kidnapping, which sets up the flat character of Meena and the robotic prose that narrates you through an action-novel plot ... Read full review

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User Review  - Tiziana Stupia - Goodreads

A really lovely story that outlines the cultural differences between the West and India very well, as well as the difficulties faced in relationships between the two cultures. It's also an enjoyable ... Read full review

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