This will a good, fast paced story with characters you came to care about.
I greatly enjoy novels rich in Indian culture like Vikram Seth's A Suitable Boy and some of Mistry's works, but this left me flat.
This is also a story of healing family wounds and coming to understanding of why things were done the way they were.
Such a wonderful story that was filled with unexpected turns in the characters lives. Wonderful!!!!!Published 5 months ago by JAM
I didn't really like the writing style, but I will say Ms. Bantwal is not writing in her native tongue. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Laura E.
Very nice book easy reading. The end leaves you thinking there could be a sequel. Looking forward to reading about these characters againPublished 11 months ago by Christine Mcshine
I really enjoy most of S Bantwal's books. This was one of my favorites. Perfect for fast reading at the beach.Published 16 months ago by Luna H
I laughed, I cried, it was a sublime journey into parts unknown, yet with people I may have known all of my life!Published 17 months ago by tania murray
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Quick read, great story and flow but I can't say its not a story that I haven't heard before. The ending left me with too many questions... but that's how it is in real life... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Khrys D
This is the second Shoban Bantwal book that I read - and thoroughly enjoyed!
I love how the story of Vinitha, the female heroine is captured so aptly and it was a... Read more
Indian Vinita came to the U.S. when she married her Indian-American husband. But a mysterious letter sends her to meet the critically ill illegitimate son she was told was born... Read morePublished on February 26, 2013 by MamaSylvia