The Many Conditions of Love

The Many Conditions of Love

Book - 2013
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Publisher: London : Abacus, [2013]
Copyright Date: ©2009
ISBN: 9780349121390
Branch Call Number: ZAM
Characteristics: 308 pages


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technojoy Jun 27, 2011

This is one of the most delightful series I've ever read. When Mr. Ali retires, he finds that he needs something to occupy his time and attention, and his solution is to take up matchmaking. The characters are well-drawn and compelling, the situations are believable, and there is plenty of low-key, affectionate humour. The relationship between Mr. Ali and his clever and sensible wife is a model for married couples anywhere. If you're looking for a gentle read, try this title. As soon as you've finished reading it, you'll be looking for the first book, The Marriage Bureau for Rich People.


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technojoy Jun 27, 2011

Mr. Ali's Marriage Bureau for Rich People is less central to this title in the series, as the author concentrates on Aruna's adaptation to her husband's family, Mr. Ali's son Rehman falling in love, and a widowed relative, Pari, coming to live in town. As always, the humour is gentle and reflective, and the outcomes are all happy. A great gentle read.

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