Pin must not become like her mother, but nobody will tell her why. She seeks clues in Ma’s cooking when she’s not fighting other battles—being a bursary girl at an elite school and facing racial taunts from the bus uncle. Then her meddlesome grandmother moves in, installing a portrait of a watchful Sikh guru and a new set of house rules. Old secrets begin to surface but can Pin handle learning the truth?
A fabulous journey of a mother and daughter
This book was great. The descriptions made me feel as if I was really in Singapore, smelling and eating everything the author had the protagonist Pin describe.
I love how true it stays to Punjabi culture and Singapore. A great story.