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    A thrilling tender love story

    I loved that this book touched on post natal depression and identity theft while also illustrating a beautiful love story. A wonderful read.
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    a look at Sri Lanka

    This Stolen Life is so different than what I usually read. There is a deep look into the culture of Sri Lanka, a look into the college life of students from foreign lands, and a look at the way society sees people of different races. I opened the book and opened my eyes also to a world that I didn’t know much about. The story kept me entertained but it also helped me to understand some of the trials that people, young and old, can go through with their families, their education, and with society. The story was not complex, it was not simple, it was just perfect. The characters were relatable and real. I could relate to both the college students and their families. Very quickly I became invested in the characters finding a way to respect their families, tell their truths, but still be free to love each other. The secrets that Soma kept were heart wrenching. My heart broke for her so many times but I loved how strong she became as she learned about a country that was new to her. She became more sure of herself, more comfortable in a foreign world, and more open to learning how to succeed in life.
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    Drama and Angst

    This is a drama about conflicting culture, self-worth, and societal demands. It is fairly serious reading and a bit dark and dense for me. It is a great piece of emotional fiction, but I need more escape than drama. If you have been in a new situation where you write your own rules, you will be able to identify with this book. I received this ARC book free from Net Galley and this is my honest review.
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