Eating Wasps

Eating Wasps

In a small town by the river Nila, a thirty-five year old writer kills herself. No one knows why.Fifty-two years later, an antique cupboard in a private resort opens to reveal a frightened child. And the mystery begins to unravel.From the bestselling...

Title:Eating Wasps
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9789387578722
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    Eating Wasps Reviews

  • Em*bedded-in-books*

    A very powerful book which moved me.Anita Nair has become one of my favourite authors of recent years , and I love the fact that she is one of the rare few who can effortlessly churn up a variety of g...

  • Asha Seth

    One-word review: Poignant. Originally reviewed on www.themusingquill.com ...And thus begins the story of Sreelakshmi that's bound to stay with me forever...This is the story of Sreelakshmi. But it i...

  • Jenny

    This was my first book by Anita Nair, and I'm amazed by her writing. I loved a good suspense novel, and Eating Wasps was one brilliant story with topics that'll leave a mark on your heart and will sta...

  • Rebecca

    Loved it loved it loved it...Though it is the lives of many women I loved the narrator best and on finishing realised she is based on a famous Malayali writer of yesteryears.. I think many characters ...

  • Gorab

    This is a grim and gripping book, showcasing the reality in terms of what all troubles most women have to face in their regular life.Its like a series of short stories 'chalk'ed along by connecting th...

  • Archana Amaragandhi

    When a story lifts off the pages of a book and teleport us to another place, another time and in another’s mind, it is a story no more. It becomes an experience. When words weave the experiences of ...

  • Anupama C K(b0rn_2_read)

    The story is told from the POV of Urvashi, who is a journalist past her prime, Sreelaksmi, a ghost who was a writer in her life, and various girls/women whom they both encounter.Each chapter is divide...

  • Srujan

    If books chose a word to represent themselves, Eating Wasp would choose Poignant. Because it leaves you restless and sad, akin to a traumatic experience where you feel a little shaken, gasping while y...

  • Anuja Chandramouli

    Anita Nair is a remarkable writer and a compelling storyteller. In her latest novel, ‘Eating Wasps’ she charts the tale of Sreelakshmi, a thirty – five year old writer who takes her own life and...

  • Aritri Chatterjee

    Originally posted in The Liquid SunsetA book like this is intended to reach most human beings. A book like this can cloud your heart with the darkness that is seeping through its pages and engulf you ...