Suncatcher by Romesh Gunesekara

Kairo, born in a working-class family in the 1960’s Ceylon (now Sri Lanka) meets Jay, a boy who seeks adventure and thrill to cover up his hate for his rich, influential and stubborn father and his loathing for his sensitive mother. In the present scenario, Ceylon battles a political crisis, a perfect time for youngContinue reading “Suncatcher by Romesh Gunesekara”

Book Review: Bottled Goods by Sophie Van Llewyn|Family, freedom and some mythic beings|

Blurb (as on Goodreads): When Alina’s brother-in-law defects to the West, she and her husband become persons of interest to the secret services, causing both of their careers to come grinding to a halt. As the strain takes its toll on their marriage, Alina turns to her aunt for help – the wife of a communistContinue reading “Book Review: Bottled Goods by Sophie Van Llewyn|Family, freedom and some mythic beings|”