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In this, her second novel, Sita Brahmachari takes her heroine, Mira (now 14) from her home in North London to the exotic ciy of Kolkata to meet her Indian relations for the first time. She is driven to explore her roots, to find out how the rift in her family happened, and more about her beloved grandfather, the doctor, Bimal. From the moment she arrives at the airport, the assault on her senses and emotions is total. as Sita transports us through her vivid and evocative writing to a world where colours, smells, heat and a culture that is rapidly changing opens Mira's eyes. She feels herself divided by lotalties and nationality, and her love for Jide, the boy she left behind, is eclipsed by the intense attraction - is it true love? - she feels for Janu, who shows her what true compassion is.
Oh Mira, what will happen when you return to England. More please Sita?
I loved this book it had a great plot and sita had created a lot of suspense and tension in the atmosphere. I wish there is another book to this series as I would really like to see what happens and how Mira and jide go on or break up. It's a beautifully written book and would r we commend it to anyone. The depth of detail put in was amazing I could really picture I try in my head and seemed like a movie. I think that Jasmine skies is f as fantastically written but I like artichoke hearts because of the story ending as I am the kind of person who only gets satisfied with a book one The ending is happy enough. Like in the hunger games I had to read the next two immediately as I had to see what was going to happen next until katniss could live peace fully without any problems and you knew about every thing about her life ahead.