By Malika Gandhi
Reviewed by Author Roy Murry
For you ghost busters out there, this is a good book for you. A spirit has taken up residence in her father’s Indian mansion for the last hundred years. India’s religious superstitions come alive when some villagers want to banish the spirit.
The spirit’s story is of guilt for the love ones she lost. At times, she, the spirit, appears to a few villagers, who become her ally in her endeavor to ‘Cross over’ after finding her soul.
Mores of the past and present come together to bring the story to an end, where being a person is more important than following some precedent set down by ancestors. Love finds each of us in deferent ways no matter what our cultural background is an underling theme.
Ms. Gandhi does a fine job in explaining the Indian culture that is interwoven throughout this delightful story of anguish. The spirit finds her way after the visit of doppelgangers of the people she loved and lost.
This is a ghost/spiritual story you will remember.
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