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read mobi ð Goddess of Fire ´ Hardcover Í bharti kirchner Ò ❰EPUB❯ ✰ Goddess of Fire Author Bharti Kirchner – Johns-cycling-diary.co.uk A remarkable novel of a humble village girl who became one of the most powerful women in IndiaRampore India 1684 About to be burned alive onAordinary love story and incredible journey as the humble village girl Moorti transforms herself into Maria becoming one of the most powerful women in IndiaStarting a new life as a lowly kitchen maid she relies on her wits and resourcefulness to rise through the ranks of the Briti I had trouble connecting with the story line of this story It just seemed so implausible that a poor widow could become so important to a British leader of the British East India company But if you aren’t familiar with the Indian custom of sati the widow being burned along with her dead husband you’ll have your eyes opened in this book While the story seems contrived Kirchner has used the story line to highlight the challenges faced by Indian employees in the 1700’s when Britain took control of India

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Sh East India Company to eventually become founder of the great city then known as Calcutta the first city of the British EmpireA tale of adventure danger hardship and heartbreak excitement and romance this is the enthralling tale of a truly remarkable woman where fiction meets fa Kirchner has the extraordinary gift of making you feel immersed in historic India This is a story of a girl who was born into circumstance and traditions Some beautiful some trapping her As she learns about the world and her own strength she pushes the envelope and becomes a force of nature I loved all the colors textures scents and flavors along the way Fantastic story I can’t wait to read of Kirchner’s books I have three sitting on my nightstand ready to go

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Goddess of FireA remarkable novel of a humble village girl who became one of the most powerful women in IndiaRampore India 1684 About to be burned alive on her late husband’s funeral pyre 17 year old widow Moorti is rescued from a gruesome fate by a passing British merchant Thus begins an extr I picked up this book because the description sounded interesting I did not sadly find the actual book interestingIt may have been personal taste but I found the writing style to be off putting and strangely dispassionate considering the story is told in first person and opens in a life and death situation