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Is how they meet Mala a young woman trapped in an oppressive marriage in a small Indian town from which she's desperate to escape But as the pregnancy progresses they discover that their simple arrangement may be far complicated than it seemsIn The House of Hidden Mothers Meera Syal an acclaimed British actress and accomplished novelist takes on the timely but underexplored issue of India's booming surrogacy industry Western couples pay a young woman to have their child and th I LOVED this book The writing is beautiful and the story emotional funny engaging and heart rending Especially loved Prem and Sita

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The House of Hidden Mothers

En fly home with a baby an easy narrative that ignores the complex emotions involved in carrying a child Syal turns this phenomenon into a compelling thoughtful novel already hailed in the UK as rumbustious confrontational and ultimately heartbreaking Turns the standard British Asian displacement narrative on its head The GuardianCompulsively readable and with a winning voice The House of Hidden Mothers deftly explores subjects of age class and the divide between East and West Reading this so soon after Amulya Malladi s A House for Happy Mothers it s hard not to compare the two While I loved the mother in Malladi s book the mother in this book was insufferable not the surrogates but the mothers paying the surrogates

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Shyama a forty eight year old of Hidden PDFEPUB #233 London divorcée already has an unruly teenage daughter but that doesn't stop her and her younger lover Toby from wanting a child The House Epubtogether Their relationship may look like a cliché but despite the news from her doctor that she no longer has any viable eggs Shyama's not ready to give up House of Hidden ePUB #180 on their dream of having a baby So they decide to find an Indian surrogate to carry their child which Very decent writing marred by a ridiculous twist and a reference to a historical event that couldn t have been out of place and jarring


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  1. says:

    The title of this book should have been Bad Things Happen Because they do one after another Shyama is a forty something divorcee trying for a baby with her younger and whiter boyfriend Toby With biology no longer on her side they travel to India to find a surrogate What happens when they meet this woman Mala makes up all the drama and tension that follows Simultaneously Shyama is trying to deal with her angry 19 year

  2. says:

    This is a read that at times is uite magnificent It is a story that attempts to blow the doors off the myth that is “traditional Indian life” a story of Indian life love and surrogacyThere are two women at the heart of this story Shyama is in her mid 40s a divorced single parent a business woman with bright red streaks in her hair and a new lover Toby who is white and 10 years younger than her As you can imagine th

  3. says:

    Very decent writing marred by a ridiculous twist and a reference to a historical event that couldn't have been out of place and jarring

  4. says:

    For my full review see here read and loved Anita and Me earlier this year I was intrigued to see her third novel

  5. says:

    I LOVED this book The writing is beautiful and the story emotional funny engaging and heart rending Especially loved Prem and Sita

  6. says:

    This is a tale of two very different women living in two very different societies In East London successful businesswoman Shyama has fallen for a younger man They want a child but she is now too old In India surrogacy is a booming business with life changing payments for village women with few if any other prospect of bettering them

  7. says:

    45 starsIt had begin with companies moving their call centres towards the rising sun so what was wrong with outsourcing babies there tooShyama is fast approaching middle age but is defying her London Asia community with her happy a

  8. says:

    I was interested in reading largely because the author features on the TV show Loose Women and she is such a strong chara

  9. says:

    Reading this so soon after Amulya Malladi's A House for Happy Mothers it's hard not to compare the two While I loved the mother in Malladi's book the mother in this book was insufferable not the surrogates but the mothers paying the surrogates

  10. says:

    I would love to give this book a much lower rating simply because it made me SO angry particularly the ending But the writing was lovely the characters felt real and the story while difficult was worth reading