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Naked Beneath the Midnight Sun

Kamalini Natesan

Bored college student Suchu, longing to get away from her squabbling parents, leaves India for Norway and the Vestby Folk High School, taking a leap into the unknown. 

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ISBN : 978-1-78830-372-9
Published : 29/09/2019
Pages : 332
Size : 205x140mm
Imprint : Olympia Publishers


Kamalini Natesan

Kamalini Natesan is a teacher of French and a trained classical singer (Indian Classical). Before moving to Bangkok, she used to jam with a group of musicians regularly in India.

Her essay entitled Probing the Dermis, was published in a book - Twilight's Children, Chronicles of Uncommon Lives (Readomania). The Sister, Flowers in my Broth and A Debt Unpaid, are some of her short stories, published in literary magazines like Café DissensusThe Curious Reader and COLDNOON. Her poem, Allow Me was published, in Oddball magazine.

Cooking and dancing are her passions, and she dreams of setting up her own café in the hills.

Naked Beneath the Midnight Sun is her first novel.

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Bored college student Suchu, longing to get away from her squabbling parents, leaves India for Norway and the Vestby Folk High School, taking a leap into the unknown. 

Shy but inquisitive, Suchu often finds herself the centre of attention, exotic among the students, from all over the world. She takes advantage of this, learning to enjoy others' interest in her, finding new friends and an oddly ambivalent relationship with her roommate, Catherine, whose boyfriend Suchu covets.

Through correspondence more frank than conversation ever was, Suchu learns about herself and her parents and they grow closer, now they are apart. The young girl falls in love with Norway, but she also discovers the darker side of freedom. Where do her terrible dreams come from? Why has her roommate left?

Norway's magic casts its spell on Suchu and she doesn't want to leave, but can her Indian roots compete with those she wishes to put down in Norway?

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