Everything Was Good-bye

Everything Was Good-bye

A Novel

Book - 2011
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Novel centers around Meena, a young Indo-Canadian woman growing up in the Lower Mainland of British Columbia, and traces her life as she struggles to assert her independence in a Punjabi community. Raised by her tradition-bound widowed mother, Meena knows the freedoms of her Canadian peers can never be hers, but unlike her sisters, she is reluctant to submit to a life that is defined by a suitable marriage. Though a narrative moving between race and culture, it is ultimately a story of love, loss and self acceptance amidst shifting cultural ideals.
Publisher: Salt Spring Island, B.C. : Mother Tongue, [2011], c2010.
ISBN: 9781896949079
Characteristics: 256 p. ;,23 cm.

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occy
Sep 28, 2012

Just cldn't get into it at all !!!

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horthhill
Jan 30, 2012

"Everything was Good-bye" was not bad but it wasn't great, either. A story with too little plot, it was a romance smothered in molasses: sickly sweet and slow moving. Even the death scene was ho-hum; a case of manslaughter and not murder. There are better and more lively reads than this novel.

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madi28
Aug 16, 2011

Met the author, bought the book, read the book, read the book again, gave it to my friends to read, got their friends to read it. Amazing

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