Tuesday, 27 March 2012

Reviews on Jasmine Skies

'I really wish Sita had been writing when I was growing up as this beautiful heartfelt book explores so eloquently the need to find your history in order to find yourself. '
Meera Syal

 'I've just finished reading Jasmine Skies and absolutely loved it. Sita Brahmachari has such a loving touch with the way she delicately and compassionately picks her way through experiences, families and relationships. She has an absolutely sure voice when writing about adolescence and teenagers.'
Jamila Gavin

‘Sometimes second books can be disappointing.  This one most certainly isn't.  In fact, I think it's even better than the first. Its skill lies in making her reader really feel that intimate tug and pull of family relationships as well as the confusing ups and downs of teenage love, and in this book she also shows us facets of India not often seen in children's books... Mira is as tenacious and endearing as ever, and the tantalising ending promises what would be (for me) a welcome third volume in the series.'
Lucy Coats - Scribble City Fridays 
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