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The Rice Mother by Rani Manicka
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Jan 13, 12

Read in July, 2011

I read this book about a year ago and I still find myself thinking and quoting itself. It's message is incredibly. It has intense subject matter but it is realistic and you think to yourself, "Wow, that stuff truly goes on around this world," in my safe little bubble of a small town it's hard to think of that. It has left an impression on me and I'm definitely going to buy a copy of this book, since the first time I read it it was a library book.
It is just so touching and poignant. This book sends a message to your head that you won't forget. It covers three generations of this family and how the death of one of the children affects this family for that long.

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