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Like a widow spider who consumes the male once the consummation takes place the women in the novel would be devouring the men by their demands. The men would seem had no life of their own but only slogging for settling the family and yet at the end none entirely satisfied.
Raghu is a character who doesn’t have any normal human demands. This nature of Raghu annoys and puzzles his wife Anu. To find an answer to the puzzle she embarks a journey where
Sita, a fragile woman with an estranged love life and a son with a questionable identity, seeks revenge on her friends by desiring for self, an amoral lifestyle of theirs. In the murky lane of her process of becoming what she wants to become, she learns life and its real nature.
“This novel is an opportunity for the modern women to identify themselves. The Fractals transcends from darkness and suffocation to an immaculate breath of life. Unsullied, evoking and graced with a perfect voice.”
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“The Fractals is one of the greatest works of art… it’s odd that after completion it made me numb and peaceful at the same time…”