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The Weird Problem of Good

it was amazing 5.0  ·  Rating Details ·  2 Ratings  ·  2 Reviews
Prem Sharma’s wedding to Nasreen Sanim collapses when she uncharacteristically bows to her conscience and walks out. He wanders alone to the town centre where he bumps into Ursula Petulengová, a gypsy refugee from Eastern Europe who manages to convince him she’s someone she’s not. Warming to her despite his ordeal, and dimly sensing her predicament, he invites her to stay ...more
Kindle Edition, 266 pages
Published April 14th 2011
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Nicole Martins
Jul 14, 2014 Nicole Martins rated it it was amazing
The Weird Problem of Good is one of the most interesting books I’ve ever read. The story starts off with the called off wedding of Prem and Nasreen. As I got to know Nasreen, I realized she was very self-absorbed and shallow while Prem was just an all around nice guy. I was rooting for Prem the whole time. Everyone hated Nasreen, she only had two friends and had family members treat her badly. She was in an abusive environment. Maybe the reason why she wasn’t well liked was due to the fact that ...more
Jul 14, 2014 Lucas rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Great book with lots of deeper layers of meaning and important morals. Works with issues like cultural identity and even woman-trafficking and refugees.

The writing flowed well and held my attention. Overall, I highly recommend this book to everyone.
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J.J. Ward writes espionage thrillers, romantic fiction, philosophy and poetry. He believes that commercial genres have warped people’s thinking about fiction generally. “I think they exist so readers can be easily manipulated and milked, and they also - in some of their forms - perpetuate sexism. Any good story has elements of most, if not all, genres.” He hopes men & women will read, and ...more
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