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Faces In The Water reader Ê Kindle Edition ´ ❁ [EPUB] ✹ Faces In The Water By Ranjit Lal ➚ – Gwairsoft.co.uk What do you do when you discover an unspeakable truth about your parents?The Diwanchand family boasted of having only sons no daughters The water from a magical well in their farmhouse was the reason WNges everyone’s world forever The faces of three girls look up at him from the water and draw him into a world of fun games and cyber magic and Gurmi has to face up to an unnerving truth as murky as the surreal wellWhat terrible crimes have been committed behind the walls of the rambling Diwanchand family home? Will Gu Faces In The Water is a book that deals with female infanticide in India I like how the author managed to tackle a subject as sensitive as this and presented it in a way that could appeal to everyone even young teens It's written well in a way that captures and holds your interest at every page It's definitely worth reading

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Rmi and the ghost girls be able to avenge the evil that has taken place and prevent yet another unspeakable atrocity from occurring?Funny yet sensitive and immensely powerful Faces in the Water is the story of lives lost to appease our society’s insatiable hunger for male children and the price families pay for its sak An Ibsen esue look at a social ill through a children's story Lots of action but the end was a bit weak It could have been tied up better

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Faces In The WaterWhat do you do when you discover an unspeakable truth about your parents?The Diwanchand family boasted of having only sons no daughters The water from a magical well in their farmhouse was the reason behind this ‘good fortune’ they said One day fifteen year old Gurmi sets out to look for the well and what he sees cha This book is a hard one to rate It deals with such a uintessentially South Asian issue that you feel bad for both liking and disliking this book You can't possibly like a book about female infanticide Then again if you hated it that would make you one of them Now about the story I actually liked the way the topic was introduced and the fun uirky ghost story that followed BUT I absolutely hated the ending It just didn't work for me The author was being an apologist when he neatly tied it all up with ribbons and a bow for us The redemption arc was so foolish it almost sounded like an apology on behalf of child murderers They should have been punished in a HUGE way Thus the ending ruined the book in a big way Otherwise this book could have been a ground breaking one in Children's literature