Obscure Logic of the Heart - Priya Basil Reviews
Description:ISBN 0552775223 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Priya Basil / ISBN: 0552775223 / Publication Date: 2011 / Publisher: Black Swan
Newest Review: ... framed by a present day story set some years later. At the beginning, Anil is waiting to meet Lina after not seeing her for ... more
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Pages: 512, Paperback, Black Swan
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by - written on 20/10/11 (Very useful, 18 readings)
Two students meet and fall in love, but their very different backgrounds present a huge challenge to their relationship. Lina is a British Muslim, the daughter of middle class Indian parents, brought up in Birmingham. She cares passionately about making a better society and about human rights, and she is religious. Anil is from a very wealthy privileged Kenyan Asian family, and has been brought up nominally Sikh but belief is not very fundamental to him. While studying in London, Anil and his friends have enjoyed a hedonistic lifestyle. This is a long book at just over 500 pages, but I found it a really quick read, as I wanted to know what would ... Read the complete review
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