In The Revised Kama Sutra, Richard Crasta’s widely published novel, an Indian boy questions the Catholic religion and his oppressive society. His escape plan includes a flight to America, land of JFK and unlimited riches, but puberty and a sexual awakening upset all his calculations for a long, long while.

E-book edition of widely published and celebrated novel, "The Revised Kama Sutra"

E-book edition of “The Revised Kama Sutra”

The unfolding drama¬† has been described as “hilarious” and “very funny” by reviewers and by Kurt Vonnegut, and as a piece of Indian social history by others, including The Lonely Planet Guide to South India. Around 440 pages.