I enjoy this book. It was definitely not a book I would have picked up myself if not for a group read. It was an insight into a culture that I know very little. I liked seeing that someone who is so mistreated through out her life with such hardships takes upon herself the mothering of someone not her own and helps bring more joy into her life. In Un conventional ways she spares others from the continence of what she had always had to endure knowing that it meant her own demise.
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