“The sale of a painting that depicts her childhood home prompts Naintara to dissect various aspects of her life:
The awareness of being, the confusion caused by an inner voice, a necessity to co-exist with people and a desire for love that fills one void but causes a deeper one. The need to earn a livelihood, a passion to create that doesn’t always pay and luck, which holds her ransom till it turns. Also, God who doesn’t help slay her demons, about life that shows an uncanny ability to sort itself out and hope, which if nothing else, doesn’t abandon her side.
This book is about the intriguing path life takes in order to bring one to something as simple as one’s own self.
“I so appreciate Soorina’s thoughtfulness and her many insights about love. And as always, her characterization is remarkable in Barefoot to Paradise.”
Editor, B.A. (Creative Writing), CMU, USA.
“Barefoot to Paradise is brimming with promising characters, ideas and images… Soorina has a good ear for dialogue.”
Marion Urch (Director and Editor in Chief-Adventures in Fiction.)
MA-Royal College of Art (London), UK.”