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Seasons of Flight

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  • Title: Seasons of Flight
  • Author: Manjushree Thapa
  • ISBN: 9780670084388
  • Page: 139
  • Format: Kindle

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Seasons of Flight

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  1. Seasons of Flight for me has been the author s best so far The story of a village belle from Nepal, struggling to survive in LA, United States after getting a DVlottery Prema s quest for identity represents those who have been displaced and belong to neither part of the world Despite having found love interest in a half American Guatemalan ,Prema is unsure of her priorities, hence moves on futher following her aspirations treading the zigzag trail life has to offer As always Ms Thapa s novels ar [...]


  2. This book started of really well I loved the theme of the novel Prema s journey to America, her mental landscape, her constant battle to be able to accept realities, to give in to being loved It s a book I would thoroughly recommend, not one of the stereotypical third world woman in America, being taken advantage of, or being homesick Of course she is, but it s not just about that It s a bold book, which describes her sexual life, her bloody mindedness and her strong need for independence The bo [...]


  3. This is the first book by Manjushree Thapa that I read I found the book to be relatable in many ways Prema saying different different and her asking Luis about American references I appreciated how the book incorporated realities of civil war into the plot Also, Prema s ambivalent feelings about Nepal and America and her seeming detachment to her family was intriguing.


  4. A comfortable, pleasant read and amusing to see the Nepali perspective on the way foreigners mangle their language and misunderstand cultural cues.


  5. What a coincidence that I read seasons of flight ,during my flight It was my first time that I read Manjushree Thapa and from the instant I read it I loved he writing.The story revolves around a common girl and time which takes her from one place to other and the way her thinking changes The reflections of her grey images are literally awesome.


  6. Loved the book.Still, not as much as Forget Kathmandu But, it is better to not miss this fiction of the author She has brought the characters alive with her expression and make us fall in love with them.



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