- A Girl and a River
- Usha K.R.
- 10 July 2018
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READ & DOWNLOAD A Girl and a River SUMMARY ✓ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook º Usha K.R. Usha K.R. º 0 REVIEW It is the 1930s and the fire of the freedom movement from distant Bengal and Delhi is warming t. Confession I had no idea who Usha KR was when I picked this book up at my favorite bookshop I was drawn to the idea of something set in Karnataka What I got instead was a brilliant aching and beautifully written portrait of familial tensions set amidst the backdrop of the Indian fight for independence Sometimes beautiful things happen when you least expect it And this book was one of those uiet and understated Usha KR draws the book with such magic that I left with a feeling of disuiet Why the disuiet Because we just destroy each other in our relationships don t we The said and unsaid The tug and pull The ricochets and echoes The ebb and flow The mess and chaos All we are left with in the end Broken shards A river that flows And you flow away with it Ok Morose But I love this book And now I need someone to explain the ending because I am confusedSUMMARY ✓ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook º Usha K.R.
READ & DOWNLOAD A Girl and a River SUMMARY ✓ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook º Usha K.R. Usha K.R. º 0 REVIEW Prosperous household and the family takes its privileges for granted But not everyone is as luc. I couldn t really recommend this book It s not that it was bad in fact I think the plot was pretty interesting and I like novels which try to weave larger historical happenings into the characters lives among other good points about the book But in the end I didn t feel like I got to know the main characters very well and the twist in the novel which happened towards the very end of the book wasn t predictable at least for me but I didn t feel like she made good use of it And her writing style is OK but not great I m left feeling lukewarm
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READ & DOWNLOAD A Girl and a River SUMMARY ✓ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook º Usha K.R. Usha K.R. º 0 REVIEW He languid bones of the small town of Mysore where Kaveri and Setu grow up Theirs is a liberal. A Girl And A River took me into a reverie of sorts the writing for me was strangely poignant and intense Characters like Kaveri and Setu seemed to be people with whom I can identify with the similarity with a Kannada household to which I belong as well has something to do with it I suppose It was therefore easy to get into the narrator s shoe The story is a decent read if you are looking for something about people of Mysore pre and post Indian Independence