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A fascinating and gripping story. I barely put the book down from when I picked it up. 
The dream teller's story interpreted yet not by her daughter. It's gripping not just in the story but also it the way it is told - gently, understanding that the reader too needs to be held like the daughter. 
I love the way Divakaruni tells a story. She drags me into it and makes me relate to every emotion, feel for every character and then leaves a piece of it with me as i turn the last page with a sigh. 
I was gripped in her mesmerizing spell and got my hands on all her books. Each one thrilling me more than the previous. Never tiring of either her style or her stories. 

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    indigoandviolet

    I get lost in books and live their lives until I turn the last page. I ponder a while, carry the laughter, shed a few tears and sigh. Then the thirst for more arises. 


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