Sorry for the double blog – if it is. The blog did not reach some of you, so I am trying again. Thank you!
Some of you may recognise the name of this talented new author. Only a few weeks ago I featured an interview with her about her book “Rani of Rampur” and already there is a new book, every bit as great as the previous one.
I must admit I have a thing for Indian culture in books which is usually a big commitment due to some lengthy books in the category. If you are unwilling to read through 800 plus pages then this is your prefect starting point to begin your journey into this well worth area of fiction.
Ram, a twelve year old, is heir to the Kingdom of Mirpur in colonial India. He is being pressured by his father and his overly ambitious step-mother to shape up or step aside, literally and figuratively. His father wants him to become a proper English gentleman to…
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