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  • Good ending. Ok middle

    I read this author's novel "erotic stories for punjabi women" (which is one of my all-time favourite books) and was super excited to read this book. The beginning and middle of the book was a bit slow, but their was enough foreshadowing of an interesting ending that I stayed reading. The ending was very satisfying and worth the read.

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  • The Unlikely adventures of the Shergill Sisters.

    I enjoyed the book although I did gloss over parts of it. The characters were interesting, the plot rather predictable.

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  • Well Worth the Read

    3.5 Stars The Shergill sisters were never very close and as time passed they became estranged. However, after the death of their mother, they need to come together to fulfill their Mother's last wish. They need to embark on a trip, back to their homeland, to lay their mother to rest. I found the book enjoyable and fast paced. I thoroughly enjoyed these sisters, they are truly unique and each has a story to tell. They hit many bumps and turns along the way. As the story moves on, the sisters begin to share their feelings, their struggles, their hardships and they begin to realize that they will always have each other to lean on. The readers are along for the journey as different parts of India are explored. Ms. Jaswal does a beautiful job exploring the culture, the prevalence of rape and harassment in India, spousal abuse, female infanticide, gender inequality and the scenery in India. I so enjoyed the last 30 percent or so of the book that I was laughing out loud and was afraid to wake my husband with my giggles. This book is definitely worth the read.

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  • Emotional read

    I couldn't put this book down. I think I read it in a couple of days, maybe three at the most. The initial chapters slowly draw you in to the world of the three sisters, but what's really compelling is the dynamics between them. At first they are all at odds with each other. They grudgingly accept their mother's dying wish for them to undertake a trip to India. Each woman learns something about herself, her family, and her culture. And of course, it ends well!

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