[EBOOK/EPUB] (The Sitar)

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The Sitar

REVIEW Û The Sitar REVIEW Ê eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Ó Rebecca Idris READ The Sitar From the bowels of middle class England bona fide Brit Muslim lesbian Jaya Chakarbatti belies her mild mannerisms and leads her group of Lassi Lesbians from their urban Midland terraced houses to the. That s it REALLY I m so disappointed with this novel Bad writing style too many metaphors confusing and sometimes contradicting ideals a really annoying protagonist who s impossible to empathize with the worst ending I could ever imagine and the general feeling that I ve just wasted hours of my life reading this crapI was expecting to learn about the lassi lesbian culture and ideals but it was just a confusing mumbo jumbo of homosexuals and tradition problems Sorry but this was a flop Be A Poet of middle class England bona fide Brit Muslim lesbian Jaya Chakarbatti belies her mild mannerisms and leads her group Miraculous Adventures of Ladybug and Cat Noir: Volume 1 The Trash Krakken of Lassi Lesbians from their urban Midland terraced houses to the. That s it REALLY I m so disappointed with this novel Bad writing style too many metaphors confusing and sometimes contradicting ideals a really annoying protagonist who s impossible to empathize with the worst ending I could ever imagine and the general feeling that I ve just wasted hours Marianne Williamson On Spirituality of my life reading this crapI was expecting to learn about the lassi lesbian culture and ideals but it was just a confusing mumbo jumbo Beginning from Jerusalem Christianity in the Making vol 2 of homosexuals and tradition problems Sorry but this was a flop

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REVIEW Û The Sitar REVIEW Ê eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Ó Rebecca Idris READ The Sitar Rls take a snap shot of modern urban Britain amidst riots religious tensions and social discontent before ending up somehow in the heat of sweaty uncomfortably straight but shamelessly camp Bangladesh. Great summer reading for me A page turner Sad sometimes funny book about the gaysian community of LGBT Bangladeshi Pakistani and Indian immigrants in England mostly about the lesbiansMore typos than the average book but as far as I can tell this book was published as an e book only so perhaps it didn t get as much editing as a printed book I hope Rebecca Idris continues to write

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REVIEW Û The Sitar REVIEW Ê eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Ó Rebecca Idris READ The Sitar Smelly back alleys of London's gay Soho to seek out other Gaysians Through the jungle of Bollywood drag ueens unreuited clumsy love and stark choices between the uran or The Pink Paper the group of gi. Egh There s a good book somewhere in the midst of this but it s lost in bad actually absent proof reading overly long overwrought passages about nothing conflicting ideas on the heels of what came before characters making decisionsabout faces based on NOTHING and just general badnessNot that there s NOTHING good about the book It follows a group of British Muslims navigating life and love in London My favourite parts were honestly just the descriptions of life as part of the diaspora that was when characters felt like they actually had voices and you could see just how much of this was personal for the author It made me want to learn about lassi lesbians and culture But I didn t get that I got whatever this book wasview spoiler Ruby s internalised racism was ugly and awful and painful to read and I hoped that she would change her views but the way in which it happened was such a cop out Really Jaya happens to glance her way and that s it The clouds part and everything is clear and she realises she was wrong Please There s a passage soon after along the lines of actually it s VERY possible to change your ways in a split second and it read like the author trying to make excuses for her bad writing Also Ruby musing that Paul probably isn t as racist as he seems because he deigned to touch a brown girl Uhhhh I think you re giving racists too much credit They can fuck us and still hate us Jaya s story line felt like it was going somewhere but then it just didn t Yeah she touched the lives of everyone in the book she miraculously made Ruby not racist she unwittingly stopped Asif s bombing Kulsama s in love with her but I have no idea who this character even is Her breaking up with 11 the whole marriage thing IDK maybe it would have seemed less like left field forced drama if Jaya had actually been preoccupied with duty and family during the book But she wasn t or it wasn t communicated well enough Her story was so unsatisfying And maybe that was the point but it was badly written to boot There s so much fat hate in this book Jesus Christ Kulsama s story was the biggest disappointment because it was the one I expected to go somewhere After her mid book revelation after taking part in the riot after that conversation where she called Jaya on her bullshit nothing happens Except what does happen Which bowled me over in the worst way I could have sworn that she was going to turn into a revolutionary gay anarchist Not thisI m sorry dead lesbians and unhappy lesbians are old played out and boring No thanksRIP to the good book that this could have been I guess But wow was it bad hide spoiler


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    [EBOOK/EPUB] (The Sitar) That's it?? REALLY? I'm so disappointed with this novel Bad writing style too many metaphors confusing and sometimes contradicting ideals a really annoying protagonist who's impossible to empathize with the worst ending I could ever imagine and the general feeling that I've just wasted hours of my life reading this crapI was expecting to learn about the lassi lesbian culture and ideals but it was just a confusing mumbo jumbo of h

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    [EBOOK/EPUB] (The Sitar) REVIEW Ê eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Ó Rebecca Idris Rebecca Idris Ó 8 REVIEW A hard to follow confusing stream of consciousness kind of book More a chunk of life than a story with a beginning middle and end which made it fairly unsatisfying

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    [EBOOK/EPUB] (The Sitar) REVIEW Ê eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Ó Rebecca Idris READ The Sitar I really wanted to like this book as it was the first and only of it's kind that I've managed to find and read It's a little overly dramatic with the author seemingly trying to fit in everything the gay Asian sc

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    [EBOOK/EPUB] (The Sitar) Original story but the writing style made it painful to read The author refuses to use just one word when she can use 20 instead and it came

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    [EBOOK/EPUB] (The Sitar) Rebecca Idris Ó 8 REVIEW I can't help but feel I wasn't the target audience for this book Which kinda made reading it feel like trespassing And I happen to count myself amongst the “countless nonce's intellectually materbating about post colonialism and identity crises and multiculturalism and diasporas in their middle class drone and painfully flowery academic theses” p19 I mean I am a post colonial scholar IRL and I grew up in So

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    [EBOOK/EPUB] (The Sitar) Rebecca Idris Ó 8 REVIEW REVIEW Ê eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Ó Rebecca Idris Egh There's a good book somewhere in the midst of this but it's lost in bad actually absent proof reading overly long overwrought passages about nothing conflicting ideas on the heels of what came before characters making decisions

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    [EBOOK/EPUB] (The Sitar) At the beginning of the book I found the story slightly difficult to follow However I stuck with it and was very g

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    [EBOOK/EPUB] (The Sitar) Great summer reading for me A page turner Sad sometimes funny book about the gaysian community of LGBT Bangladeshi Pakistani and Indian immigrants in England mostly about the lesbiansMore typos than the average book but as far as I can tell this book was published as an e book only so perhaps it didn't get as much editing as a printed book I hope Rebecca Idris continues to write

  9. says: [EBOOK/EPUB] (The Sitar) REVIEW Ê eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Ó Rebecca Idris

    READ The Sitar [EBOOK/EPUB] (The Sitar) Brilliant but not for the faint hearted A poignant beautifully written look at race culture sexuality poverty social marginalisation and love Full review here

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