[#BookReview] The Unlikely Adventures Of The Shergill Sisters @WmMorrowBooks @HarperCollins @HarperCollinsCa

Genre: Contemporary Women’s Fiction, Multicultural

My Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

Balli Kaur Jaswal is such a talented storyteller and has managed to write yet another memorable and captivating story. One that is rich in culture, traditions and sisterhood.

I loved how imperfect Rajni, Jezmeen & Shirina’s relationship was, and how one trip to India brought them together. Their childhood and relationship with each other felt authentic.

I don’t want to give too much away since it’ll ruin the story for those who haven’t read it. But there’s some drama along the way with some despicable characters.

I highly recommend it, especially if you enjoyed Erotic Stories For Punjabi Widows 🙂

Have you read this one yet??

The British-born Punjabi Shergill sisters—Rajni, Jezmeen, and Shirina—were never close and barely got along growing up, and now as adults, have grown even further apart. Rajni, a school principal is a stickler for order. Jezmeen, a thirty-year-old struggling actress, fears her big break may never come. Shirina, the peacemaking “good” sister married into wealth and enjoys a picture-perfect life.

On her deathbed, their mother voices one last wish: that her daughters will make a pilgrimage together to the Golden Temple in Amritsar to carry out her final rites. After a trip to India with her mother long ago, Rajni vowed never to return. But she’s always been a dutiful daughter, and cannot, even now, refuse her mother’s request. Jezmeen has just been publicly fired from her television job, so the trip to India is a welcome break to help her pick up the pieces of her broken career. Shirina’s in-laws are pushing her to make a pivotal decision about her married life; time away will help her decide whether to meekly obey, or to bravely stand up for herself for the first time.

Arriving in India, these sisters will make unexpected discoveries about themselves, their mother, and their lives—and learn the real story behind the trip Rajni took with their Mother long ago—a momentous journey that resulted in Mum never being able to return to India again.

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