martes, 26 de noviembre de 2013

Lost in Wilderness (Review)

Lost in Wilderness by Prathibha Nair
Reviewed by Alex Canton-Dutari
This is the type of book that cannot be written without having lived the experience transmitted to the main characters.
A book of short stories about parenting may become tiresome if the content is not varied. This is not the case. The author was able to reproduce the concerns of the working woman in a very modern society -- Arab Emirates -- albeit being immigrants in that country.
I was impressed by the straight-forwardness in all the stories, whether they be of bliss about motherhood, doubt or rejection.
This is a book I recommend to every young, working, striving couple. Responsible parenting is no easy choice.