Book Review: Shiva's Arms by Cheryl Snellcategories: Book, Cross-Cultural, Culture Shock, Diversities, Hinduism, Hindu Festivals, Indian Culture
Author: Cheryl Snell
Publisher: The Writer's Lair Books
Inside Shiva's ArmsShiva's Arms is deceptively simple, an example of immigrant domestic fiction that is so much more. Using the intense distilled language of an accomplished poet, the author presents this story of a family in culture-shock through multiple points-of-view, recalling film's Rashomon Effect. The technique blends and overlaps the characters' experience until a portrait of the way that each of us is part of the other emerges. A compelling, innovative, uplifting piece of fiction.
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