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In Over Her Head Chloe Babineaux Private Investigator lFrom the very first page as I started reading I noticed author has nice grip over theanguage she has used uite a nice collection of ornamental words to decorate the tale providing reuited depthNarration is smooth and kept me interestedThe chapters alter between two peoples ife who are actually the main characters Kishan Singh belonging "FROM BRITISH INDIA AND SOPHIA FROM MEXICOTHE INTERIOR AREA " British India and Sophia from MexicoThe interior area Punjab a village from where Kishan belongs is beautiful depicted his early age the way he ooks at his beloved back then Roop in the subseuent next chapters I read about Sophie and her family cultural subseuent next chapters I read about Sophie and her family cultural could be seen between Mexican household and IndiansAuthor has taken enough time to put focus on how relationships and various intense emotions matter with one s own family society friends and with their gone traumatic past 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areooking for Yoga Therapy for Insomnia and Sleep Recovery: Supporting People to Achieve Better Rest loveAuthor did good research shows she has taken good time to delve in the matters to present the message by keeping the book not over the top but putting good twists and turns Title The Rainbow Acres Author Simrita DhirFormat Paperback Publisher Om Books InternationalLength 287 pagesSynopsisIn the spring of 1916 seventeen year old Kishan Singh is euphoric in his village Noor Mahal in Punjab British India as he dreams of going to collegeanding a government job and marrying his heartthrob Roop Summer flies in with promise but ends in disaster when heavy rains flood the fields wrecking the cotton crop and triggering influenza which Multichannel Marketing Ecosystems leaves behind a trail of dead villagers Kishan Singh s dreams are ruthlessly washed away Devastated he sets off on aife threatening voyage across two oceans for a distant and unknown Extending Symfony 2 Web Application Framework landOn a cataclysmic day in 1919 Sophia s idyllic world in Guadalajara Mexico falls apart when she becomes a hapless victim to the ravages of the Mexican Revolution She battles hunger poverty and near prostitution before embarking on a perilous night journey across the borderWill their paths cross in theand of opportunities that is overrun with racial and class barriersThe Rainbow Acres is a moving saga of migration selfless Angels Whiskey love fortitude friendship and the uest forand and identity set against the backdrop of old Punjab early California and revolution "Torn MexicoReviewThe Authors Insight And Beautiful Use Of Language Makes "MexicoReviewThe authors insight and beautiful use of Ritual Alliances of the Putian Plain: Volume Two: A Survey of Village Temples and Ritual Activities language makes book a masterpiece It is a must read As I went on reading the book I was and drawn into the book the characters and the incidents that took place in theirives The readers feel the pain of the characters ike Kishan and Sophia they rejoice when they are happy and are delighted when the characters finally achieve what they want The book portrays the true form of ife which shows how it is filled with struggles and how the world is filled with opportunities for those who have the spirit and the will power to achieve their dreams It book is an absolute delight to read The characters are well carved and each one be it major or a minor character has its own important role to play in the story The wise use of words recreates the images of the settings and places used in the transports the readers right at the places mentioned The book nicely highlights truth hard work Wish You Were Here: An Essential Guide to Your Favorite Music Scenes—from Punk to Indie and Everything in Between love friendship in this awesome novel And once the readers reach to a point where the title of the book is decoded it is sure toeave a smile The read is filled with emotions and straight touches the heart The book is too good to be a debut novel which shows the hard work and how well read the author is The book has made a special place in my heart and I would be getting back to it from time to time The read will be In the spring of 1916 seventeen year old Kishan Singh is euphoric in his village Noor Mahal in Punjab British India as he dreams of going to college The Day Christ Was Born landing a government job and marrying his heartthrob Roop Summer flies in with promise but ends in disaster when heavy rains flood the fields wrecking the cotton crop and triggering influenza whicheaves behind a trail .
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Ges of the Mexican Revolution She battles hunger poverty and near prostitution before embarking on perilous night journey across the border Will their paths cross in the and of opportunities that is overrun with racial and class barriers Grab the book to find outReview 1 The cover of the book is simple and sober while the title of the book is appropriate 2 The plot of the story is strong and captivating It is a perfect blend of history and fiction The migration of Punjabi farmers to California in early 20th century has been narrated classically 3 Love hope struggle happiness pain immigration family relationship etc are depicted so nicely that one can easily connect to all the emotions 4 In this book the author highlights the values of truth selfless The Seventh Witch love hardworkfriendship etc 5 Language used in this book is rich in vocabulary rhythmic and descriptive Iiked the way of using the phrases in between She weaved her words And the Miss Ran Away with the Rake like a magic 6 Two different culturesike Punjabi and Mexican are well knitted 7 Hats off to the author for her imagination and research work 8 The flow of the book is well paced which makes it gripping 9 Overall an inspiring and thought provoking historical fictionI highly recommend this book to those who Trickle Down Tyranny: Crushing Obama's Dream of the Socialist States of America love reading historical fiction MY SUMMARYKishan and Jaspal two young farmers of Punjab British India had met with fatal fates that made themost their families The Pocket Wife love of theirife and The Color of Our Sky left them with extreme poverty In order to make theirife successful as a farmer they started their journey to another end of Ocean America Will they succeedSophia ost her husband and two sons in an unfortunate revolution She eft with nothing except her eleven year daughter and a Obsession longife to survive without any resources She started her journey of survival to Los Angeles Will she find peaceWill paths of Kishan Jaspal and Sophia crosses on their respective voyagesMY REVIEW This story is basically about sikh farmers who set their foot in California Cabaret: A Roman Riddle long back in 1900 s for farming first as a farmhand and then becoming a farm owner This story has shown their real struggle ofeaving their homes and family back in punjab and making a ife out of and in America Farmers without ands are treated as nothing but cursed Similar concept has been followed in the story Those who ost their All Roads Lead Home lands in British occupied India found their Rainbow Acres in America Their hard work and struggle paid off and now they holdarge part of farms and farm produce there Similarly the story depicts the struggle of those who ost their oved ones to riots and revolutionary fights in Mexico and made their way to America to have a peaceful ife This book is all about immigrants and how America became the iveable place for those immigrants of all different parts of the world and eventually becoming most powerful country This book has been a new and refreshing read for me I hadn t read such kind of book for so The Mephisto Threat (Paul Tallis long Plot is interesting and intriguing Narration is beyond awesome and gripping Character build up has been greatly done Pace was well maintained throughout the book Language is moderately simple Iiked how author used the words of different anguages at correct time It was kind of punch to that scene Overall wonderful read This book is the story of Kishan and Sophia two different people iving in two different places in two different times twenty years apart which move in parallel and finally merge The author has described these two characters in detail and taken us on their ife journey their ups and downs and introduced us to their childhood adulthood and their families Other than these two main characters other supporting characters have also been described in detail and have important roles to play in the story The author has given space to both the characters alternating their chapters so the reader just moves with them and the merger becomes a part of the narrative The anguage is simple and there are descriptions of different cultures Punjabi and Mexican The research that has gone into the "book is reflected The descriptions are detailed and some scenes could be easily visualized I felt that the "is reflected The descriptions are detailed and some scenes could be easily visualized I felt that the could have been different The book is evenly paced and the story stayed with me for Just Cause long after I finished it The story has friendship immigration struggle descriptions of history romance and family relationshipsA very well written debu. Stitution before embarking on a perilous night journey across the borderWill their paths cross in theand of opportunities that is overrun with racial and class barriersThe Rainbow Acres is a moving saga of migration selfless ove fortitude friendship and the uest for and and identity set against the backdrop of old Punjab early California and revolution torn Mexico. Ne of those I will cherish Rating45 5 The Rainbow Acres starts with Kishan a 17 year old who ived with his Aunt and Uncle at Noor Mahal in Punjab British India Kishan a boy from a small village with big dreams Having a teen crush on Roop the most beautiful girl in the village and his childhood friend Kishan is always reading and studying well so that he could end up working for the British The Rainbow Acres spans continents and centuries of time to take the reader on a historic journey all the way from a village in Punjab with its rustic and oving farmers to California the new and of promise with its huge tracts of and rivers and the discovery of gold in 1849 A vivid ucidly told tale takes the reader over a roller coaster ride of adventure in realization of hidden human potentials thirst for unrealized possibiliti A captivating debut novelThe title intrigued me as did the blurb This historical adventure cum ove story drew me in with its tender yet passionate portrayal of two completely different cultures that come together thanks to overwhelming personal tragedies The story affirms that dreams do come true borne on the wings of hard work and perseverance The hardships faced by the protagonists are realistically heart rendingly portrayed and makes the reader cheer all the for their successesI enjoyed the imagery that made it possible to relive a bygone era in yrical technicolor prose although impatient to get back to the action I did skim over a few of the descriptive passages The two parallel stories of Kishan and Sophia come together beautifully in the end A fab read One book Two worlds The Rainbow Acres is a ot to say in one book It is a novel and a memoir It is powerful and forthright The book explores courage self The Perfect Christmas Gift love kindness humanity friendship resilience recovery immigrants culture and the struggles of making peace with your heart This is a tale about survival andoss It is heartening how even in the darkest of storms the characters clung to the best of the worst of the world of The Taste of Night life of pastWhat this book made me feel is hard to put into words It is a beautiful book that deserves much attention If a smile had a taste he was convinced that Sophia s would be the taste of chocolate Simrita Dhir The Rainbow Acres A carpenter building a sawmill by the American River in Sutter Creek California first spotted the glimmering yellow in the water in 1848 Scooping it up and gazing at it closely he could hardly deny that it was the coveted metal He however bit it just so he could be sure really sure before yelling out Gold These powerful openingines capture the essence of Simrita Dhir s debut novel The Rainbow Acres The Rainbow Acres traces the tumultuous ives of Kishan Singh a boy from a small village in British India s Punjab and Sophia a girl from a small fishing village in the turmoil ridden Mexico of the 1920s I was reminded of the stories of Khushwant Singh and turmoil ridden Mexico of the 1920s I was reminded of the stories of Khushwant Singh and Garcia Maruez Sample this In 1916 a heartbroken Kishan Singh heard the call thousands of miles away in a dusty old village Noor Mahal in Punjab British India A oud vigorous cry it shook his being enticing his mind with audacious hope to where all the colours of the rainbow came down to blaze his path In 1925 the shout reached Sophia in the faraway Mexican fishing village of Bah a de Kino propelling her to follow glitzy butterflies to yellow afternoons and violet sunsets to reignite a submersed passion to start anew and dream afreshThe Rainbow Acres is an exile odyssey It is a beautiful and intimate portrait of people struggling to come to terms with displacement and re settlement It also explores the very important idea of home The characters are finely crafted There s a deep sense of humanity in their doings their comings and goings Simrita s writing style is magical realist If you ove Latin American novels then you should read The Rainbow Acres Title The Rainbow AcresAuthor Simrita Dhir Publisher Om Books International Genre historical fictionPages 287Format paperbackIn this book two stories are running parallel to each other One is of Kishan Singh a 17 year old boy from "Punjab Whose Dreams Are Ruthelessly Washed Away Devastated He Sets "whose dreams are ruthelessly washed away Devastated he sets on a ife threatening voyage across two oceans for a distant and unknown A Scandalous Regency Christmas landOn the other hand Sophia s idyllic world in Guadalajara Mexico falls apart when she becomes a hapless victim to the rava. F dead villagers Kishan Singh’s dreams are ruthlessly washed away Devastated he sets off on aife threatening voyage across two oceans for a distant and unknown andOn a cataclysmic day in 1919 Sophia’s idyllic world in Guadalajara Mexico falls apart when she becomes a hapless victim to the ravages of the Mexican Revolution She battles hunger poverty and near pro. ,

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