9780061928352

Secret Daughter

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  • ISBN13:

    9780061928352

  • ISBN10:

    0061928356

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 4/5/2011
  • Publisher: Harpercollins

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Summary

In a tiny hut in rural India, Kavita gives birth to Asha. Unable to afford the "luxury" of raising a daughter, her husband forces Kavita to give the baby up-a decision that will haunt them both For The rest of their lives.Halfway around the globe, Somer, An American doctor, decides to adopt a child after making the wrenching discovery that she will never have one of her own. When her husband Krishnan shows her a photo of baby Asha sent to him from a Mumbai orphanage, she falls instantly in love. Waiting For The adoption to be finalized, she knows her life will change, but is convinced that the love she already feels will overcome all obstacles.In a braided narrative that unites the stories of Kavita, Somer and Asha, Secret Daughter moves between the two families, one struggling to eke out an existence in Mumbai, The other grappling with the challenge of raising a brownskinned child from another culture, Gowda poignantly parses issues of culture, identity, and familial loyalty.

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