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She used great vivid details to describe the stabbing.
This author's technique of introducing characters is very unique and effective and gives the reader a real sense of time without being exactly linear.
There is no constant train of thought and it's very confusing to follow the book in the beginning.
I really did love this. I was drawn into Jasmine's story from the first page. It is a story of love and redemption but also very realistic, and not over the top at all.Published 5 months ago by roxy
If you want a book that seems like it were written by a 10 year old, then this is the book for you. However, I've you want a good read written by a competent writer, then find... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Jerry D. Cozby
The writing is excellent. But I do believe her best book has yet to be written. It was an engaging story--but not quite "there" yet.Published 6 months ago by Ray M. Hall
it was a good book overall, doesn't do a great job of connecting all the things it mentions. I did like it thoughPublished 9 months ago by Emma
The plot is mixed up, the main character is unrealistic and her actions are illogical. The author vacillates between hindu spiritualism and midwest american dreariness. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Tibby
I had trouble feeling any connection to the character even though I have taught international students of all ages for over twenty years.Published 15 months ago by Amy Elliott
good I like the way i was able to read it easily for my classes during the semester last year.Published 15 months ago by nate
I am loving this novel that skips between the cultures of Iowa and Northern India. The characters are complex and interesting. Read morePublished 17 months ago by goodbks
I read for book club and forced myself to finish. Actually started twice; if I it had held my attention, I would have completed it with the first attempt.Published 19 months ago by Amazon Customer