Calling Pomegranate

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Rated 5.00/5 based on 1 reviews
What do you do if the people who are supposed to shield you when you’re at your most vulnerable are the ones who hurt you the deepest?

A modern twist on the myth of Hades and Persephone set in Sydney, 'Calling Pomegranate' is an exploration of grief through two very different people trying to deal with the loss of their parents. More

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About Nisha-Anne D'Souza

I've been writing ever since I can remember, thanks to my grandmother who was a schoolteacher. When I was thirteen, I was so frustrated because I couldn't find exactly the type of book I wanted to read that I decided to start writing it myself. Never quite looked back since then. One writing degree and several bottom-drawer novels later, this is me living in Sydney, listening constantly to music, watching classic films and eyeing off the next story to tell.

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Review by: Eva Reeds on Aug. 01, 2014 :
To make it simple I will say this was a well told story. I even forgot at times that it was a story with fictional characters because the writing was so exceptional everything felt vivid. While the mentioning of bsdm is present and the sex scenes do tend to happen very often the main theme of the story never left. This is the story of two people that come together with all their hatred towards the world and themselves. At times their relationship went to the extreme to the point of being a little disturbing but as it was I couldn't stop reading. I was that caught in the story and in the author's beautiful choice of words. I was extremely curious to know how it would end. The pain inside the two main characters takes a major effect in both character's actions which ultimately cost more damage then good. It was good to see the transition the characters undergo. Once again sex takes a big part in this story but honestly even that seemed necessary as it was by those scenes that you can see the turn of events in the story.
(reviewed 7 days after purchase)

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