Pure Sequence is not a beginning, middle and end kind of novel, but rather a story of women in their twilight years; aglow with their past, learning to cherish their present and not worrying too much about the future. It is about the realities that confront us all, sooner or later. Those who leave their parents to lead their own lives; those whose own children are flying out of the nest; those who are forced into believing that their life is done behind them; to those who admire the strength and fortitude of their grandmothers.
Pure Sequence is about the quiet confidence of women growing old gracefully or otherwise, realizing that they are in yet another prime of their lives.
About the Author
This is not a beginning, middle and kind of novel, but rather the stories of women in their twilight years; aglow with their past, learning to cherish their present and not worry too much about the future. It is about women growing old gracefully or otherwise, realizing that they are now in yet another prime of their lives.
This is Paro Anand's first book for adults. She is well known as a writer for children and young adults and has been awarded for her contribution to children's literature. Her book, No Guns at my Son's Funeral was selected for the IBBY Honor List, 2006 and her book, The Little Bird was selected for the 1001 Books to Read Before you Grow Up. She is a performance storyteller and also runs a program, Literature in Action. She headed the National Centre for Children's Literature, National Book Trust, India and is a World Record Holder for making the world's longest newspaper.