[Invisible Lives Read online] PDF By Anjali Banerjee


  • Paperback
  • 280
  • Invisible Lives
  • Anjali Banerjee
  • English
  • 26 January 2019
  • 9781416517054

10 thoughts on “Invisible Lives

  1. says:

    INVISIBLE LIVES is a sweet and sort of predictable read in that chick lit way but the Indian and paranormal twists make it good fun and add a uniue element to the predictable parts of the storyLakshmi is a powerful and memorable character and her story is a fun fast paced read The story is uite well written and Lakshmi's extra abilities are approached very interestingly as just a part of who she is rather than the entire story

  2. says:

    I was so excited to hear about this author  I love light and fluffy books with magical realism  A book set in a

  3. says:

    Rats This was a book I really really wanted to like As a friend remarked the bones of the book were really good it just didn't have the fleshLakshmi's beauty was part of the theme of invisible lives but it was remarked upon on almost every other page which got old uickly Plus it took away from exploring the invisible lives of the ot

  4. says:

    I really wanted this book to be good I was looking forward to reading a romance novel featuring an Indian American heroine for a change since non white protagonists are so underrepresented in the genre But while some of the references to Indian

  5. says:

    Kind of interesting but lacked a believable romance I enjoyed the sari shop setting but I was really annoyed at how often characters were shrieking or screeching at each other Nick was a complete cipher of a person except for having a great family in contrast to her previous boyfriend's family who could never have accepted an Indian I found it odd that the sari shop was supposedly doing poorly yet they were able to tra

  6. says:

    This book was boring It was predictable and I really wasn't crazy about the writing For example the main character is supposed to be beautiful Well in every other sentence the author wrote how pretty she was she is so stunning she is so gorgeous she created car accidents because of her beautyOK I GET IT SHE IS BEAUTIFUL It was a bit ridiculou

  7. says:

    I wanted to like Invisible Lives than I did I did enjoy it but in the end I found the conceit better than the execution The main flaw of the book I feel is it's first person point of view First person isn't a deal breaker for me; I don't have preferences in that respect but there are intrinsic limitations to each point of view choice First person is often a 'telling' point of view versus showing which is a harder emotional sell and reuires

  8. says:

    I can't remember where or when I read this wonderful book But here years later I still remember it as enchanting and haunting I loved the mystical idea that she could perceive the just right Sari for each customer

  9. says:

    I loved the mystical world and insight into Indian culture in this book

  10. says:

    I needed something light and fluffy and this delivered

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Anjali Banerjee ¶ 6 summary

Invisible Lives

From the acclaimed author of Imaginary Men comes an enchanting new novel about a young woman with an uncanny ability to see deep into every heart but her own Lakshmi Sen was born with a magical ability to perceive the secret longings in others Putting aside her own dreams to help run her widowed mother's struggling Seattle sari shop Mystic Elegance Lakshmi knows exactly how to bring happiness to cust Rats This was a book I really really wanted to like As a friend remarked the bones of the book were really good it just didn t have the fleshLakshmi s beauty was part of the theme of invisible lives but it was remarked upon on almost every other page which got old uickly Plus it took away from exploring the invisible lives of the other characters there was also a little about Lakshmi s conflict between the man she wanted and the man her parents and her culture expected her to have The resolution of her conflict is intertwined with the idea of invisible lives but the resolution is presented rather than exploredAlso there was a fair amount of as you know Bob in Bengali culture I wish that either it had been left out of the story entirely and I was given credit as the reader for figuring it out myself or explored in how the characters acted and felt rather than what they said to one anotherI enjoyed the bits about the sari shop the meaning of saris and how the women interact with them That was lovely lovely lovely I found myself browsing saris online because I ve always loved the look of them and the book made the actuality of them interesting and beautifulFrom what I read people liked Imaginary Men better and maybe I ll try that book of Banerjee s

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Omers from lonely immigrants to starry eyed young brides And to honor her father's dying wish she has agreed to marry a respectable Indian doctor who will uphold her family's traditions But when a famous Indian actress chooses Mystic Elegance to provide her wedding trousseau Lakshmi finds herself falling for the actress's sexy chauffeur all American Nick Dunbar and her powers seem to desert her just This book was boring It was predictable and I really wasn t crazy about the writing For example the main character is supposed to be beautiful Well in every other sentence the author wrote how pretty she was she is so stunning she is so gorgeous she created car accidents because of her beautyOK I GET IT SHE IS BEAUTIFUL It was a bit ridiculous

summary Invisible Lives

As she needs them most As Nick draws Lakshmi into his world however new dreams awaken in her and she begins to uncover deeper startling longings in her mother her friends her fiance and even herself But choosing between Nick and her fiance seems an impossible task like intuiting the very nature of true love Is it instantly recognizable or does it need time to grow And how can she possibly know for su I can t remember where or when I read this wonderful book But here years later I still remember it as enchanting and haunting I loved the mystical idea that she could perceive the just right Sari for each customer


About the Author: Anjali Banerjee

I was born in India raised in Canada and California and I now live in the Pacific Northwest in a cottage in the woods with my husband and six rescued catsI've always loved to write When I was seven I penned my first story about an abandoned puppy on a beach in Bengal Then inspired by my maternal grandmother—an English writer who lived in India—I wrote a mystery The Green Secret at the a