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PDF ¸ BOOK The Sleepwalker's Guide to Dancing FREE ¼ MIRA JACOB ´ ❃ [EPUB] ✻ The Sleepwalker's Guide to Dancing By Mira Jacob ➜ – Helpyouantib.co.uk Da stürzt sich ein Mann von einer Brücke in Seattle und Amina schießt das Foto das berühmt werden wird Doch wie abgebrüht mussKen? Amina verzeiht sich das nicht verdingt sich fortan als Hochzeitsfotografin Als ihr Vater sterbenskrank wird muss sie sich ihrer bewegten Vergangenheit stellen einer Geschichte die in den Update on sale today for 199 I met the author in Austin after I had read and reviewed this Much was inspired by family experiences of her own The Indian Food dishes in the novel make you ready for a spicy meal yourself Definitely worth 199 The STORYTELLING of The Sleepwalkers Guide to Dancing fantastic This 500 page book is a multigenerational saga It had triumphs humor grief delicious Chutneys and sumptuous meals and characters all easy to relate to from India to the States Its easy to fall intimately under the spell of 'the private world of reading' the rest of you can go away now The family bonds in this story are powerful We feel connected with all of themI won this book from Goodreads give a way THANK YOUCongrats to Mira Jacob on her first novel Pretty miraculous I do have a 'few' comments yet I fully enjoyed this bookSome of the sentences in Mira Jacob's book felt awkward I was not sure if I was struggling with cultural differences or not Words that were chosen to describe a situation did not flow effortlessly Yet the story in its 'entire' was wonderful Monster's dentures? Jogging Meatballs? Carnivorously???? is 'not' a word I'd use when looking at a bride A uestion that stayed in my mind was Will people 'pick' this 500 page book? Books compete with one another I was surprised to see such a long book by a first time author My fear for the author and publisher is its a 'risk' being this long Stephen King and Ken Follett can write books as long as they want but a new author? This book was GREAT but could it have been as good with 200 'less' pages? I hope people do take the time to read this 'gem'Its a story that that feels real This story matters

The Sleepwalker's Guide to DancingKen? Amina verzeiht sich das nicht verdingt sich fortan als Hochzeitsfotografin Als ihr Vater sterbenskrank wird muss sie sich ihrer bewegten Vergangenheit stellen einer Geschichte die in den Update on sale today for 199 I met the author in Austin after I had read and reviewed this Much was inspired by family experiences of her own The Indian Food dishes in the novel make you ready for a spicy meal yourself Definitely worth 199 The STORYTELLING of The Sleepwalkers Guide to Dancing fantastic This 500 page book is a multigenerational saga It had triumphs humor grief delicious Chutneys and sumptuous meals and characters all easy to relate to from India to the States Its easy to fall intimately under the spell of 'the private world of reading' the rest of you can go away now The family bonds in this story are powerful We feel connected with all of themI won this book from Goodreads give a way THANK YOUCongrats to Mira Jacob on her first novel Pretty miraculous I do have a 'few' comments yet I fully enjoyed this bookSome of the sentences in Mira Jacob's book felt awkward I was not sure if I was struggling with cultural differences or not Words that were chosen to describe a situation did not flow effortlessly Yet the story in its 'entire' was wonderful Monster's dentures? Jogging Meatballs? Carnivorously???? is 'not' a word I'd use when looking at a bride A uestion that stayed in my mind was Will people 'pick' this 500 page book? Books compete with one another I was surprised to see such a long book by a first time author My fear for the author and publisher is its a 'risk' being this long Stephen King and Ken Follett can write books as long as they want but a new author? This book was GREAT but could it have been as good with 200 'less' pages? I hope people do take the time to read this 'gem'Its a story that that feels real This story matters

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Mira Jacob ↠ The Sleepwalker's Guide to Dancing MOBI 70er Jahren in Indien begann und nun in New Mexiko ihren Lauf nimmt Amina beginnt die Unwägbarkeiten des Lebens anzunehmen und sich endlich mit den Geistern ihrer Familie auseinanderzusetze I slept on Mira Jacob for awhile I was vaguely aware that she existed but I felt no particular compulsion to seek out her books Then I read her essays 37 Difficult uestions From My Mixed Race Son and Here’s What I’m Telling My Brown Son About Trump’s America and before I even finished weeping I ordered this book Friends it is unbelievably jaw droppingly fantasticI am going to say something crazy but even after a week of retrospection I believe this is the best book I've read since The Goldfinch — which we all know I loved so much that it ruined me for all the rest of books forever And yet Though this is not so much like Tartt's masterpiece it had the same deeply immersive pull gave me the same charged magnetic feeling that whatever I was doing was utterly irrelevant compared to getting back onto the couch or the stoop or the subway or the line for the ATM and inhaling this book into my blood So Here is the story of Amina Eapen first generation Indian American living in Seattle and working as a wedding photographer after a Bad Thing happened that upended her photojournalism career We join her as she receives a call from her Ma in New Mexico who obliuely suggests that something is up with Dad — so obliuely in a way so out of character for this intensely overbearing mother that Amina pretty much drops everything and flies home lickety split to figure out what's going on From there the story runs on parallel tracks going backward in time and eastward in space to Amina's childhood and her last ever visit to India where there was a Great Family Blowout that would ultimately lead to tragedy; and forward into the next few months while we figure out what's up with dad and on the way learn everything about this incredible family their hopes and fears their tears and triumphs their deep though often staggeringly badly expressed love for one another the lengths both uplifting and detrimental to which they will go to keep each other closeThis is a book made up of moments beautiful crystalline moments like so many strung marbles — moments of tenderness of rage of joy of camaraderie of despair The time Amina and her father build a janky slingshot called a Raccooner The time Amina's narcoleptic brother falls asleep at the wheel and nearly rolls them onto a rushing highway The time Amina runs into a disliked girl from high school at the mall years later and has the most cringingly awkward conversation The time an aunt catches Amina and her brother smoking on the roof and heaves herself pendulous bosom and all right out the window to join them The way a young Indian cousin reacts when Amina's parents bring him Nikes from America The way the Eapens' patched together family of other Indian Americans solves every problem by cooking astounding amounts of food for one another The way they all talk with this perfectly crisp Indian British English all full of Chees and Nah?s and one instead of a and so many funny bits of bilingual slang The way we revisit onto our children the sins visited upon us by our parents and the ways a generation later these mistakes can ultimately be at least somewhat rectified Also to be clear this is a book full of devastations There are deaths and fires and cancer and mental unravelings that are as harrowing as the gorgeous parts are gorgeous I cried many times over the course of this saga and while typically that kind of sorrow would have made me uit a book forever by then I loved these characters SO MUCH that I was there for it I would never leave them in their times of tragedy I would hold their hands and hold their gazes and follow them as they followed one another heads held high into whatever abyss awaited us I don't know what else to say This was simply a marvel pitch perfect family saga full of the most complexly human characters trying and failing and trying again to love each other to save each other to be there for each other no matter how much it takes from them to do so I love this family and this book so much I cannot believe I don't get to read about them any