The Whole Story of Half a Girl by Veera Hiranandani
Sonia has learned that her father has lost his job and he isn’t acting like himself. She wonders what he does in his study that makes him feel better. That’s not the only change.
Now that her father has lost his job, she has to go to the public middle school. Everyone at her private school knew how to say her name, Sonia Nadhamuni. Now she has to pronounce it for all the new kids.
Sonia is on a journey to figure out her cultural identity, her status in school, her family’s future, and her personal well being. By the end of the book, I believe she is on her way to figuring it out.
This is a good coming of age novel that hits home for many pre-teens and teens. Adolescence is a formidable time and Sonia tackles it with determination and style. The situations are real and the characters are interesting.
Thank you to Ms. Veera Hiranandani, Random House Children’s Books, and NetGalley for giving me the opportunity to review this book.
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I liked this book, I’m a Hiranandani fan after all 🙂