the blood seeds

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The blood seeds

Very disappointing. The first few pages are thrilling because the reader is learning about Indian customs, then you realise the whole book is focused on customs. The main character is forced into uncharacteristic situations to force explanation Indian customs (through English eyes). No Character building, no depth and the characters use english idioms and tone. At the end of 560 pages I still have no clue who these characters are and have taken nothing from this book save a little insight on how Very disappointing. The first few pages are thrilling because the reader is learning about Indian customs, then you realise the whole book is focused on customs. The main character is forced into uncharacteristic situations to force explanation Indian customs (through English eyes). No Character building, no depth and the characters use english idioms and tone. At the end of 560 pages I still have no clue who these characters are and have taken nothing from this book save a little insight on how an Englishman percieved Indian custom.

In short :
An example of a detached observation, sometimes hinting at disapproval/distaste of the customs the author decided to document in the form of a novel.
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