The Mango Season

The Mango Season

Book - 2004/10/26
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While visiting her family in India, Priya plans on announcing her engagement to an American man, but upon her arrival she learns that her parents have selected a husband for her and must choose between her own desires and her parents' wishes.
Publisher: New York : Ballantine Books, 2004/10/26
Edition: 1st trade pbk. ed
ISBN: 9780345450319
0345450310
Branch Call Number: FICTION MALLADI
Characteristics: 244 p. ; 21 cm

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binachava
Aug 09, 2015

I must tell that even though it's a predictable story ,Amulya's narration makes it interesting and gripping. And every South Indian feels connected to the story.

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nelll
Mar 11, 2013

I really enjoyed this book. We all can use some imputs about different cultures.

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naranjo4874
Feb 10, 2010

Very interesting book. Excellent read. Great twist at the very end, but can't believe she ended it there! She needs to write another book because I want to know the characters reaction to that little bit of information!

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jbeckber
Aug 15, 2008

My second Maladi book and I enjoyed it. She's a great story-teller. Liked the way new and old cultures combine in the main character's dilemma. And loved the twist at the end!

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