If You Liked: Settings That Made the Story

by KJ in #AmReading

What do these three books have in common? A setting that really makes the story (I literally found myself missing WHERE I was going as I read the Shergill sisters as much as I missed the Shergills themselves). Complex characters that you have to be a little patient with as they grow on you, and people with some enviable opportunities making bad choices. The Unlikely Adventures of the Shergill Sisters has all the disastrous family travel of The Jetsetters in the modern day India we grew to know in The Henna Artist—where remarkably little has changed.

 


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