Anita Nair is the bestselling and critically acclaimed author of the novels The Better Man, Ladies Coup , Mistress, Lessons in Forgetting, Idris Keeper of the Light and Alphabet Soup for Lovers She has also authored a crime series featuring Inspector Gowda.Anita Nair s other books include a collection of poems titled Malabar Mind, a collection of essays titled Goodnight God Bless and six b
Another book with multiple short storiesSome good. some really arbitand most importantly no story is spectacular I bought this because of Anita Nair s name but not impressed at allavoidable at best Interesting collection of short stories Some that made me think A LOT Not as good as her novels, but still worth a read.
enjoyed this collection of stories, many different voices and characters, situations, places first time i m reading short stories by her, rest have all been novels essays, i think her story telling skils remain quite potent nevertheless overall 3 5 is fair enough methinks. OK ish expected from her not very good Barely finished Weird and bizarre stories With nothing to grip interest Û Satyr of the Subway Û Short stories from bangalore just starting, i wil give u feedback soon It Was First Published In , Satyr of the Subway Consisted Of Twelve Stories, Each Worked Around A Dramatically Different Situation Ranging From The Mundane To The Bizarre This Revised Edition Includes Three New Stories And Incorporates Occasional Alterations To Text, Some Marginal, Some Significant, Where The Writer Has Revisited Her Characters Or Situations Long After She First Created Them The Result Is A Fascinating Collection Of Stories That Traverse The Entire Gamut Of Human Emotion, Penetrating In Their Insight Into Male Female Relationships And Seriously Funny In ☆ Satyr of the Subway é Download by ↠´ Anita Nair Their Take On The Futility Of Expectations From Life Or From Lovers