Not really sure what to say about this book, Other than WOW.
What an emotional story.
The journey one woman has to go through to save and protect her child.
How one person can be so selfish an manipulative to the point of controlling another persons life. But also amazing that when people finally realize and face up to the wrongs they have done, how others can find forgiveness.
Once you get into this book be prepared to sit up and read, because once you start you really wont want to put it down.
This is the first book i have read from this author, but i will be looking out for her other books now.
Product Description‘Your mother has been arrested. She stole you.’
For as long as thirteen-year-old Diya can remember, it’s always been just her and her mum, Vani. Despite never staying in one place long enough to call it home, with her mother by her side, Diya has never needed anything else.
Then, in an instant, Diya’s fragile world is shattered. Her mother is arrested, accused of abducting Diya when she was a baby…
Vani has spent a lifetime looking over her shoulder, determined to make the best possible life for her daughter. Now she must fight for her child, re-opening the door to her own childhood in India and the woman who was once as close to her as a sister.
Told through the eyes of Diya, Vani and Aarti, this is a heart-breaking story of friendship and betrayal, love and motherhood, which asks the question; how far would you go to protect your only child?
The Stolen Girl is an emotional, culturally rich and utterly compelling read from the new must-read name in women's fiction—Renita D'Silva.