Loved this book, I know its not historically correct but never the less I loved it, Could imagine how they were dressed and what life might have been like. Would recommend to any one who likes historical novels
I have to say, even as brutal as this book is it rarely leaves my mind. It is an amzing look at life in India and makes me so grateful for where I was born. It is a very descriptive and huanting story. One of the top 10 books I've read
One of my favorites. It is amazing to read about other cultures and what thyre women went through. I know this is fiction but it is historically correct about women's lives in that point of time. Thank goodness we live here and now.
I couldn't put this book down in the beginning, about 1/2 way through I completely lost interest and it was a struggle to finish it. It just got too far out there for me. I understand it was a struggle between good and evil but the end made no sense to me at all.
This was one of those books that I just couldn't put down. Read it in two evenings. We American women are so fortunate to live here in the US and I know that I am so very fortunate to have a loving husband. The violence these women have put up with just boggles me. They are so strong.