Sunset Across India

Sunset Across India None

  • Title: Sunset Across India
  • Author: Susan Evans McCloud
  • ISBN: 9781570083501
  • Page: 447
  • Format: Paperback
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      Published :2019-02-21T17:03:10+00:00

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    990 thoughts on “Sunset Across India”

    1. A very sad book of a girl who is forced to live and love differently than she wanted to. I didn't know it was part of a series until the end. I kept reading the 3 books, & had hopes that the series would get better, but it just got more depressing.

    2. I read this over ten years ago and now that I've had the opportunity to re-read it again, I've upped my original rating from one star to two. The story is interesting enough but the narration is long and windy, the pacing drags and the characters who slip in and out of Charlotte's life are all easily forgettable, save one. The man with a woman's name, Karan. He is the mysterious Edward Cullen hero of the story, despised by everyone because of what he is and unable to fight for Charlotte because [...]

    3. This is published by Bookcraft. If it wasn't, I'm not sure I'd have noticed it's supposed to be Christian romance until the end, which is nice I guess? At first I almost felt like Bookcraft only published it because it didn't contain sex scenes but the religion undertones become more prominent as more things happen. The romantic element was Bad. She gets stung by a scorpion and he helps her so she tracks him down to say thanks. He thinks she's pretty and unusual-looking because she's biracial. O [...]

    4. I enjoy reading books by Susan Evans McCloud but this one was not what I expected. It is set in the early 1800s in British India and reads like a Victorian Era novel. I had a hard time getting into it because the pacing was so slow. The book is filled with beautiful descriptions and gives the reader an in depth look into what it might have been like to live in British India. Everything goes wrong in poor Charlotte's life. In her 21 years she has suffered much and has had to make horrible decisio [...]

    5. Depressing story. This is about a girl who was abandoned by her native mother, orphaned by her father. Rejected by the mother of the family who took her in. Refused by her boyfriend. Had to marry a man she didn't love, so she could be taken care of. Her husband was addicted to drugs, died and left her destitute. And she was refused by her father's family. Through it all, and by the end she didn't have good attitude or much faith for a happier life. Depressing.

    6. I liked this book despite it's slow beginning. It reads a lot like Victorian Era novels about India. I was a little frustrated by the slower pace and the shallowness of the supportive characters. However, by the end of the story I was caught up enough to want to read the next instalment. If you can stay with the story long enough you find that you care about Charlotte and what happens to her and by the books end you're glad you stayed with it.

    7. I liked the book although I did not know this was the first in a series before I started. It doesn't really resolve itself before the end of the book, so you have to read the next book, which I suspect will lead to another book.

    8. This is Book 1 in trilogy. I read it a decade ago or more and had forgotten everything about it. I really liked it again. It is set in early 1800s British India and I found the lifestyle, culture and land that it talked about very intriguing.

    9. What a depressing book!! Everything goes wrong in this poor girl's life. I can't understand how people rated this 5 stars. Unfortunately this is a trilogy so I'm not finished with the story yet. I'm hoping by reading the next two I'll feel a little more resolved.

    10. So many twists and turns, but I did get a feel for what it would have been like to live in British India. It wasn't surprising the decisions Charlotte is forced to make--to keep a roof over her head. But I think it is her half Indian blood that gives her strength.

    11. This book was easy to read. I felt bad for the main character. In her short 21 years of life she suffered much, but endured well. I am reading the second one to see if her life gets better. I enjoy Susan Evans McCloud. She's fun to read.

    12. I gave this book 4 stars because I liked learning about India and some customs there and that kind of thing. It was interesting and I do want to read the rest of the series.

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