Rearranged

Rearranged Can you really fall in love with a partner picked by your parents This is the question explored in Allison Singh s new YA novel Rearranged For the hopelessly romantic Neha Patel the only thing worse

  • Title: Rearranged
  • Author: Allison Singh
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 428
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Can you really fall in love with a partner picked by your parents This is the question explored in Allison Singh s new YA novel, Rearranged For the hopelessly romantic Neha Patel, the only thing worse than an arranged marriage is disappointing her parents So when she s suddenly taken to India to meet her future husband, Neha drags along her best friend Jenny, a jaded chCan you really fall in love with a partner picked by your parents This is the question explored in Allison Singh s new YA novel, Rearranged For the hopelessly romantic Neha Patel, the only thing worse than an arranged marriage is disappointing her parents So when she s suddenly taken to India to meet her future husband, Neha drags along her best friend Jenny, a jaded child of divorce, to help derail the plan What they find in India forever rearranges their understanding of the world, love and themselves.Told from three points of view Neha, Jenny and Anand, the boy Neha is arranged to marry , Rearranged explores cross cultural relationships, the diversity of the Indian immigrant experience, the forgotten India, and the universal nature of love.

    One thought on “Rearranged”

    1. Wish It had a better ending A sequel in the future would be nice I'd love to find out what happens between the two love birds

    2. I would have given it a 5-star rating but it ended so abruptly and left me with many unanswered questions. I was a little shocked that the story had ended. That said, this book was not only an easy read (and very short!) that kept my interest but I was really enjoying this story. It really gave an insight into East Indian culture and told of the mindset of E. Indians living in America. Great book; too bad it ended the way it did.

    3. I really enjoyed Rearranged, though I wish it had been a little longer. I thought it was a lovely look not only at an arranged marriage, but at the things people give up for love.

    4. Beautiful A tapestry of friendship and love. This story's dual perspective creates a empathy and that pulls at your heart strings.

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