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DishonoredUser Review - Book Verdict
Barrett makes her American debut in this novel of a vendetta that lasts more than 100 years and spans two continents. Begun during a brutal uprising in India when a British officer retaliates for the murder of his wife, the vendetta is resurrected in the 1960s when descendants of both families are brought together again by fate. Blind to everything but his hatred for the Mills family, Shiva Rai uses grandson Rami and Jane, the innocent wife of Phillip Mills, as weapons for his vengeance. Although he succeeds, he destroys Rami and Jane. A generation later, young Indu is endangered by these past hatreds, about which she knows nothing. She must search for the truth in order to save her life and end the vendetta forever. Although the characters in this novel are often two-dimensional and the ending seems rushed and confused, the story is entertaining and will appeal to fans of generational sagas. For large fiction collections.--Barbara E. Kemp, SUNY at Albany Libs.
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started off slow but I really liked it by the end.