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When Rituparna suddenly loses her mother at the age of three, she is shipped off to a trusted rel... Read More

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When Rituparna suddenly loses her mother at the age of three, she is shipped off to a trusted relative so she can grow up in a loving family. Instead, she finds herself bullied, sexually abused and has the first of several near-death-experiences. She grows up unsure of where love ends and cruelty begins and struggling to process the world without the dark lens of abuse. The acute anxiety, panic attacks, and severe depression follow her from boarding school to her move to Silicon Valley

After her sense of reality is shaken by series of unexplained events, she, an atheist, finds her way to healing in the most unexpected quarters – looking within and opening herself up to a series of surreal spiritual events. How does she cope with what has happened to her? And how does she heal and find her way into a truly fulfilling life?

Haunting, evocative and brave, Rituparna Chatterjee’s groundbreaking magic realism memoir The Water Phoenix gives voice to the countless victims of abuse who still find it difficult to speak of their trauma in today’s India. Most of all, The Water Phoenix is the story of transcending trauma and coming home to oneself.

Product Details

Title: The Water Phoenix
Author: Rituparna Chatterjee
Publisher: Bloomsbury
ISBN: 9789389000559
SKU: BK0451353
EAN: 9789389000559
Language: English
Binding: Hardcover
Reading age : All Age Groups

About Author

Rituparna Chatterjee is a writer, journalist, columnist and a former foreign correspondent for The Economic Times. For the same newspaper she writes California Dreaming, a column about her life as an immigrant mother in America. Her short stories for children have been published in various anthologies. Her first book, An Ordinary Life, was based on the life of acclaimed actor Nawazuddin Siddiqui. The Water Phoenix is her second book. She lives in the San Francisco Bay Area with her son, husband and Quoisey, their samurai fish, and the dogs they puppysit.

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