AN ORDINARY WOMAN
Irene (UK): I have just finished reading this book and could not put it down. A most interesting and unusual story.
Georgiana (UK): A woman's story which will touch women all over the world. The heroine experiences discrimination of many kinds, because she is female, because she is of mixed race, because she became an unmarried mother - the sort of thing which we like to think is unthinkable in today's world but which still continues in many cultures.
difjon "difjon" (London): A wonderful read. Great descriptive of Anglo Indian life and life in the UK in the sixties and seventies. A study in how attitudes have changed over the past forty years which gives much food for thought.
Missy (UK): Extremely well written narrative depicting Anglo-Indian life in the forties and fifties when the sun was setting on the Raj.
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