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    Super book!

    The Golden Son ranks as high as The Secret Daughter, both very well crafted novels. I heartedly recommed both of them to other readers.
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    The Golden Son

    I truly ejoyed this thought-provoking book. The character deveelopment was rich and the writing style flowed - Shilpi Gowda is a great storyteller. I found the differences in culture to be both inforrmative and thought provoking. I'll be watching for this author's next nove
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    Wonderfully written

    I love how the author writes stories of interconnected characters who have thier own life stories going on at the same time.
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    The Golden Son

    Hard to believe the author was not a doctor herself. Well written and a medically accurate depiction of the medical education process. Interesting depiction of modern day India with many culturally old fashioned ideas. The story never ceases to surprise and enthral.
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    Loved it!

    I loved it! This book covered a large part of Anil's life, a boy who grew up in India and went to America to study medicine. It paints his two worlds filled with the family, friends and foes who inhabited them. Anil had to find a balance for himself with many complicated and difficult life-decisions. The people were real. I could smell the spices in India.
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