Sister of My Heart: A Novel

by Chitra Divakaruni | Literature & Fiction |
ISBN: 038548951x Global Overview for this book
Registered by loveamystery of Vancouver, British Columbia Canada on 4/27/2008
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Journal Entry 1 by loveamystery from Vancouver, British Columbia Canada on Sunday, April 27, 2008
This is a poignant story of two girls who grew up in the same household and who had a very deep bond with one another. It is also a comment on the lives of girls and women in India and of how much of their lives is bound up in duty and tradition. Of course, secrets play a large part as well. I would love to see a sequal to this book.
This book is being reserved for my "Family Members Virtual Bookbox".

Journal Entry 2 by eicuthbertson from Burnaby, British Columbia Canada on Tuesday, March 24, 2009
Picked up tonight from loveamystery - from her "Family Members Virtual Bookbox".

Thanks!

Journal Entry 3 by eicuthbertson from Burnaby, British Columbia Canada on Sunday, March 29, 2009
What a great read! Never put it down - enjoyed this immensely. Great atmosphere and carefully drawn characters.

I second loveamystery's wish for a sequel.
Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni's website

Reserving for the Passport to the World virtual bookbox.

Journal Entry 4 by eicuthbertson from Burnaby, British Columbia Canada on Sunday, March 29, 2009
Reserving for the Passport to the World virtual bookbox.

Journal Entry 5 by eicuthbertson from Burnaby, British Columbia Canada on Monday, May 03, 2010
Chosen from the Passport to the World Bookbox by itpdx. Now in the mail.

Journal Entry 6 by itpdx from Portland, Oregon USA on Tuesday, May 18, 2010
Received today.

Journal Entry 7 by itpdx at Portland, Oregon USA on Friday, November 12, 2010
Beautiful, sweet, eye-opening. The story of "twin cousins" growing up in a declining upper-class female household in India. Divakurni sets the scene lyrically and subtly. She allows the girls to develop and mature together but according to their distinct personalities. The caste/class divisions and attitudes of recent India were a revelation to me.

Journal Entry 8 by itpdx at Southwest Community Center, 6820 SW 45th in Portland, Oregon USA on Wednesday, June 01, 2011

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