A Suitable Boy (midway mark)

I’m half way through the gargantuan (I don’t know why we picked it for the book club) volume of A Suitable Boy and as I attempt to speed read through the rest (for our book club meeting on the 22nd of August), I am sort of hating it. Hating it despite the lovely quality of Vikram Seth’s writing. Hating it despite the scope of the work, hating it because I know, Lata can only choose A Suitable Boy and that is not going to be Kabir.

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