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Don’t Run, My Love Paperback – 10 Nov 2017
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Easterine Kire has done a commendable job in spinning an engrossing tale that wonderfully conglomerates the human and non-human worlds. The magic and mysticism of folklores is something that should appeal to the readers… One requires considerable mastery over the language to be able to fashion out such poetic mysticism… Don’t Run My Love must be read for its view of Naga life from within and for its sheer entertainment value as a thrilling romantic story.—Muse India
‘Kire’s story has a timeless appeal, interspersed as it is with magic and supernatural elements, yet it addresses very everyday, real concerns such as status of women in Naga society, and consent and violence in romantic relationships…. It is also a beautiful portrait of the Naga way-of-life —The Assam Tribune
About the Author
Easterine Kire is a poet, novelist, short-story writer and writer of children’s books. Her first novel, A Naga Village Remembered, was also the first Naga novel to be published in English. Her other novels include Son of the Thundercloud, Bitter Wormwood and When the River Sleeps.
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The story is about Visenuo and her daughter Atuonuo who live a harsh but peaceful life in the ancient village of Khija.The peace is shattered when Atuonuo falls in love with handsome Kevin without realising the truth of his identity .As the story unfolds ,mother and daughter attempt to save each other in order to get back what is lost.
This is essentially a tale of what can go wrong if a girl falls foolishly in love with the wrong person especially a beast disguised as a handsome man, because one has to admit there are many such men roaming around .Men, who are all cuddly and sweet at one moment and ready to unleash their anger the next because of rejection,insecurity and unnatural possessiveness.
Easterine Kire's writing is lyrical and flows like the gentle waters of a stream with bubbles here and there.The description of the harvest season and the village community with gentle but overbearing elders was wonderful and one realises how difficult life really is for the farmers in the Highlands.In addition, Kire has blended a lot of old age wisdom in the story,making it a delightful read.
The story gives a profound understanding of human nature. The tale of love, mystery, and bond it is.
the bond between Atuonuo and Kevi is amazing. I loved the writing style of the author. it's too interesting as well as connecting.
With strong characters, amazing plot and simple language, this story is simply a great read.