Jen K’s #CBR5 Review #59: The World We Found by Thrity Umrigar

Umrigar is one of those authors whom I always enjoy, and while the descriptions of her novels sound like they have the potential to be cliche-ridden, I’m always pleased with the end results. In general, her novels tend to deal with difference between classes, between cultures (America vs. India), religions, and often have her older Indian characters looking back and reflecting on their teen and college years as opposed to their current positions though of course some novels focus on certain themes more than others while some address them all. All of these themes are seen again in The World We Found.

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