The Bonesetter’s Daughter by Amy Tan (2.5 stars)

In the first half of the book, I’d just wanted to throw this book far away and tell Ruth to get a grip of herself.  But then, the story of her mother emerged and understanding dawn on how they became who they are. And at the end, I was pleased with the lessons learnt and the ‘better’ person emerging.

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