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  • Excellent read

    So much sadness, this story hurt my heart, although the main character persevered through out it all. The descriptive conditions and scenery is excellent and pulls the reader into the heart of poverty in all its variants. So much disappointment does not tamp the spirit of Rakhi, who throughout this story does her best to move on and ultimately affects the lives of others around her with hard found generosity. . Good debut book. A definite addition to your TBR list.

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  • Wonderful debut novel!

    This was a wonderful debut novel by Reema Patel! I so enjoy being able to learn about different countries and cultures and both were very evident in Such Big Dreams. Rakhi lived on the street for five years as a child after running from her father. She ended up making friends on the streets and was accepted by a group that included her new best friend Babloo. After a terrible accident occurs, Rakhi winds up in a girls home where she is then noticed by a social justice lawyer. Gauri sees great potential in Rakhi and hires her to work at her law firm. Now at the age of 23, Rakhi works as an assistant to a well-known lawyer at Justice For All. When Justice For All hires a new spokesperson, things at the firm begin to change and they aren't all changes that Rakhi agrees with. Will she be able to continue working there given how she feels about some of the proposed changes? Will she be forced to make decisions that could change the course of her life? This was one of those books that made you feel on so many levels. You felt true emotion and that is the best thing you can do as a reader. You feel like you're immersed right in the story with the characters. This is one I would highly recommend picking up.

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