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Family Matters is a compelling, emotional, and persuasive testimony to the importance of memories in every family's history. In a poetic style rich with detail, Mistry creates a world where fate dances with free will, and the results are often more familiar than anyone would ever care to admit. --Gisele Toueg --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Just a great read, as are all of Mistry's novels so far. He has the ability to draw the reader into an unfamiliar environment and culture and feel comfortable. Read morePublished 9 hours ago by Martha Rhodes
I liked A Fine Balance more but this was also an amazing book by Rohinton Minstry. It was a very personal look at an Indian family and the challenges they face.Published 1 month ago by asna amin
I felt as if I knew these people intimately....on a visceral level. The richness of their lives, their routines, their individual struggles and sufferings, their deep love for one... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Pam Barge
Ministry always delivers clearly drawn characters, evocative places and food, and a rich story not soon forgottenPublished 5 months ago by Joan K. Phillips
A wonderful story of family and hardship and luck vs. fate. I felt like a fly/spy on the wall. I came to care for some of the characters. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Amazon Customer
Very good, full of rich characters. Great glimpse into the Parsi community in India. I give it two thumbs up.Published 8 months ago by Karen P
A simple, very touching story of family life in present-day Mumbai - a worthy successor to Mistry's brilliant "A Fine Balance"Published 8 months ago by Ralph E. Jennings