This book has been written with dazzling emotional depth and profound cultural insights, that will remind you that family roots have a way of following us—no matter how hard we pursue a new destiny. The whole story is divided in to 22 chapters, and tackles deeply convoluted human issues that will particularly resonate with Indian and South Asian readers.
From the intricacies of family and community dynamics to the lack of mental health support, Tara’s experience is one that will feel intimately familiar to many. This must be read by all young readers.
About the author
This is the debut novel of a young South Asian Canadian writer, Amrita Lit of Surrey, BC.