It's Ms Ann's recommendation. A good read. This is a story about Mina's family, which is rooted in the imaginary Island nation of Pi in the Bay of Bengal between India and Srilanka, but spread over the UK and the US and the story revolves around Meterling, Mina's eldest cousin. The story is about family,tradition, culture and relationships and how it shaped Mina and her family. Well written and the characters are well developed. But why the imaginary island and a very realistic tamil brahmin culture for the back drop?
First in Kurt Wallander detective series. I was intrigued from page one but the pace is not that fast but a very good read. Well developed primary and secondary characters.
Its Ok. I would not recommend this to my freinds. After reading a few pages, you would feel need to put this book down and would not want to continue.
The reader is not able to connect to the content in the book. After reading a few pages, the reader would feel that they need to put this book down and would not want to continue.
The synopsis says it is a detective mystery with Lindell in the lead but she is not. It was a very slow read.