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Sourabha Rajyam - The Land Where Women Don't Matter

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Author: vinthakadha

4.69 (78 ratings)

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Imagine living in a world where women have no rights at all; imagine being treated like a toy rather than a living being; imagine a world where being a woman mean submitting to men; imagine being part of a world where women have to please men whether they like it or not. Follow the shcoking discoveries made by Sri Latha who holds a Doctorate in Ancient Earth History, in this futuristic, alternate universe, medieval history tale. This is a complete fiction and does not reflect any culture.
Warning: The book contains some chapters with descriptions that are not suitable for children. viewer discretion is advised.
Rated 18+

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    Patty_Egah_Ikwue

    This is a perfect inspiration that creates a balance in our world of distorted ideologies, where women now strive to become men and men fights back to claim they are in charge. Though I just started reading from the synopsis and the content got me hooked.. I think I like this trap, I don't want to be out until I have exhausted all the contents of this great inspiration. Readers, you are looking for a good read? This one is perfect. Kudos author for a job well done! Trust me, I read this book till d end.

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    RawTinTomatoes

    Great read. This is my first time reading something this unique. The story holds a great deal for women as there are some places where although women aren't treated as badly as in the book, they aren't really treated with equality. This is a good book and I would recommend it to anyone(everyone). Really looking forward to how the women solve the issue and how it ends. 👍👍👍 To the author

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    Lexi_Roberson

    I found myself laughing right off the bat athe "Mom Alarm" joke. I don't know if it was meant as a joke,but I did laugh at that part. The story is for sure interesting and intriguing. I can't wait to see how Mounika develops throughout the rest of the story. Hands down to the author doing such a good job, and being super descriptive!!! This is the user from the forum as BellsandLexShow!!! Good luck in the future!!!

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    Hadia_Imran

    I have read many stories and novels, but this is my first time reading something this unique. The plot is very intriguing. Hope to see how this story goes. Best wishes for the future.😇 I would recommend everyone to read this masterpiece. Author, Maya Carter.

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    Clockhours

    This is my first time reading a story based on India. I like the way you set up the world by mixing the culture and history. Overall, the characters are great and the story is solid. There are few things which I feel should be looked into. There is an excessive use of description. I totally agree with the world building description but when describing the characters it would have been better if you did it by mixing dialogues in midst of it. The mission part, where the head was briefing them, I kind of felt as the team members are amateurs going to a mission of national importance. I mean, come on, those who are selected for these types of mission are given atleast basic training before being sent to their mission. All the instructions given by the head would have been more interesting if they showed it through their actions or when they are in a situation and remembers the word of their head. Otherwise this novel is a pleasure to read.

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    Lexi_Roberson

    I love the very descriptive beginning. You had me drawn, and as a reader, I absolutely loved that. I recommend checking grammar mistakes, we all have trouble with that.

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    Dekoo_Shallom

    I have a soft spot for this book. It's so real and pinpoint the injustice against women. I love the character Mounika. I have many unspoken words for this work. It is a lovely book, honestly.

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    PoochRussell

    My interest was piqued at the introduction and I have not been dissapointed. A very interesting story that captures the struggles of life. A great read and very well written. I have to save this book and follow it as it develops

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    author_aruel

    This is one dystopian universe no women would like to set foot in. And this feeling is all thanks to the author who manages to introduce the reader in this new world. You get a sense something is wrong with the clash between the new social morals and the impact they have on the FL - and it is all expressed fluently by simply describing what the FL feels.

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    Mel_Aniv

    An original novel on its finest. Though it really needs editing for it to become more pleasing to the eyes and easier to read. But all in all, it was a unique setting and was inspired from actual events. Kudos author for making a difference!

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    phoenixhyperion

    Other books focus on fantasies and magical fallacy, so this is the first time I've read a book that layout one of the bugging issues in our society. I don't know why but it shook the hell out of me. I'm still at the initial chapters and I'm having such strong reactions as I read through.

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    Grey_knight65

    This book is cool, the author did a beautiful job I mean it actually shows how women are treated in some parts of the world and I like that in the midst the author could put a blooming live story

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    VishalGupta

    Writing Quality: It is very good. The story flow is very natural and smooth. Only a couple of Grammatical errors, which you can skip and can be avoided with if the author sticks to British English. British and American English can often conflict with each other. Stability of Updates: The updates so far has been regular and frequent. Story Development: The story starts of well and hooks you up. And it continues to grip your attention. Character Design: I think this can be improved a bit. Especially, the Male Characters. They lack depth. Although the World described is a Dystopia for Women, and the most men in the setting are horny and sadistic, the individual Motives of Male characters can be explored a bit. World Background: I wouldn't say it is unique, yet, it is rare and creative. This is what sets the tone for the whole Novel and you will enjoy it.

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    GrotesqueIce

    Well written story, I like how the author describes what was happening. And boy, was I shocked. This story has a lot of interesting parts in it though there were a lot of terms I was unfamiliar with, I was grateful for the glossary part. Also, there were many characters, it was kind of hard for me to memorize but I hope it goes well for Mounika. Keep up the good work. I wish you the best.

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    Gaureeey

    Purushapura is a great title picked considering the concept of the book... It really revolves around prejudices faced by women in a lot of cultures, really an amazing plot.

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    hermeneutic_rapier

    If you're a woman you would say, why the hell are we receiving respect from anyone? This story is really an eye-opener for people to be cautious with your conducts because you doesn't know what kind of b*llshit that person is going through. yeah kudos writer keep itup.

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    Nande_K

    The book is definetely different from the books I've read so far. The story has got a great synopsis. The characters a well developed. The writer has done a great job.

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    haven't read the book yet, but the cover and the synopsis grabbed my interest before anything else. the cover is really beautiful. [img=recommend][img=recommend]

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