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  1. If you ask me what genre The Scent of Pepper by Kavery Nambisan falls under, I would like to coin a new category, namely sensuous fiction This novel assails all your senses and leaves you numb to your surroundings I was bewitched by the various descriptions in the book of the people, land, food, customs, rituals and oh, everything The whole book is replete with rich imagery, all so vividly portrayed that you feel like catching the next train to the lush Kodagu Alas, the Kodagu in this st If you ask me what genre The Scent of Pepper by Kavery Nambisan falls under, I would like to coin a new category, namely sensuous fiction This novel assails all your senses and leaves you numb to your surroundings I was bewitched by the various descriptions in the book of the people, land, food, customs, rituals and oh, everything The whole book is replete with rich imagery, all so vividly portrayed that you feel like catching the next train to the lush Kodagu Alas, the Kodagu in this story is set during the pre Independence era and I was aware that much of the place might have undergone a sea change on account of industrialisation and modernisation Nanji and Baliyanna, the inmates of the Kaleyanda House, are for the most part of this book the primary characters Nanji, the unrelenting protagonist of the book, is a strong female of indomitable courage Having give...

  2. This is like an Indian version of Gabriel Garcia Marquez s One hundred years of solitude But the comparison is purely in terms of the plot, not the prose or narrative I liked the prose in this one, but it was not the kind of mesmerizing prose that I expected In parts it also reminded me o...

  3. This is a multigenerational tale of The Kaleyanda family in Coorg in what will become Karnataka during the end of the British Empire, early 20th century.Without a map or a glossary, and maybe a family tree I found the beginning hard to follow It made me wonder who Nambisan is writing for She has been at the Interational Writers workshop at Iowa, so she clearly is interested in an international audience I love having the Indian places, food names and other terms but did not have internet s This is a multigenerational tale of The Kaleyanda family in Coorg in what will become Karnataka during the end of the British Empire, early 20th century.Without a map or a glossary, and maybe a family tree I found the beginning hard to follow It made me wonder who Nambisan is writing for She has been at the Interational Writers workshop at Iowa, so she clearly is interested in an international audience I love having the Indian places, food names and other terms but did not have internet so could not look things up.I was about to give up when I realized the story had grabbed me ...

  4. Scent of pepper is an story of 2 generations of Kalyenda family of kodava the modern day Coorg An story weaves around the matriarch Nanji Kavita weaves many a tales and even though some of her characters are well etched out some are guests It s a story that s honest and intimate but fails to glue you into it As a reader I remained outside the story and f...

  5. The Scent of Pepper is laden with Kodava fragrance throughout in its descriptions, emotions, thoughts and structure The melancholia of the land and its people sticks to the narration like smells stick to spices, and the effect is an endearing story of not only Nanji s Kaleyanda family, but of an entire race, an entire populace The narration is sympathetic and aloof at once, both the beauty and putrescence of the land and its people captured with ease and without either adoration or contempt The Scent of Pepper is laden with Kodava fragrance throughout in its descriptions, emotions, thoughts and structure The melancholia of the land and its people sticks to the narration like smells stick to spices, and the e...

  6. A really good, absorbing read, loaded with local colour and interesting characters I m a sucker for books about exotic places, and this book really captures Coorg a fascinating, foreign part of the south Indian hills, populated by a fierce, proud, martial people, the ...

  7. crappy book waste of time reading this book..