Kama Sutra 52 A Year's Worth of the Best Positions for Passion and Pleasure
By Lisa Schrader 2009, Quiver, Beverly, MA 144 pages, 8x10, hard paper cover.
You would be hard pressed to wait a year to read this lovely book or try some of these positions. I expect most readers to jump right into the photos of a strong, handsome man and a very beautiful woman in sexual positions with funny names. If you are experienced in Tantra, you might know many of the names, and if you are in good physical shape you might be able to get into all of these positions. If you are like me, in less than youthful and photogenic shape, you will probably give them a try anyway.
After a while, you will take time read the excellent text material that opens the book. If you don't know anything about the Kama Sutra, you can still enjoy the positions, but if you read Part I you will learn enough about the source of this information to appreciate the principals of taking your time to relax, sit back and learn about sacred sexuality, pleasure and intimacy. The section is brief, and yet complete enough to prepare you to see the great history of the knowledge of sacred...