There are certain books that are not like the others. Books that contain more than a handful of related pages linked only by the excuse of coherence. Writings that beat under their tinted cardboard shell, harboring feelings so warm that the reader often has the feeling of consuming them under his own skin.
Orissa is one of those books. A colorful and captivating literary walk that will immediately transport you to colonial India in the early twentieth century. There you will live a beautiful, enigmatic and exciting story in which the conjuration and ambition merge with intense and close feelings. Orissa is able to defoliate in the alternation of its narrative torrent the visceral and the sensual, the raw and the delicate, the most entrenched hatred and unconditional love. Let Orissa return your passion for reading.