When The Wildflowers Bloom. #bookreview.

Don’t try to predict life, try to explore it instead. Even the roughest, most crooked trails can sometimes lead to magnificent places.

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Book: When The Wildflowers Bloom.
Author: Rupa Bhullar
Pages: 240
Genre: Women’s Fiction
Publisher: Rupa Publications

This book is about a mom named Tara, who has been publicly shamed by her husband. She spent her 17 years of life with her two children and her husband, but Tej publicly harassed her. Tara goes into trauma after the incident. Her sisters, Mala and Meeta are trying to bring her back. Tara decides to go to her real hometown, Punjab and explore her roots. The simple life and happy moments in the fields of Punjab bring a spark of hope to Tara. The story revolves around Tara finding her purpose and identity in the surroundings of her hometown. The struggles, the love of the people motivate her to find what she loves.

The writing in this book is beautiful. I loved how the main character Tara, is trying to come out of the problems. This book is set in Punjab and being a Punjabi I could relate so much to this book! It is like I found my roots through this book. I could get the feeling of Freedom that the main character was longing for. The author has explained the meaning of love in a very different manner. The relationship between the children and Tara was so surreal. This book has surely taught me how to stop predicting life and just go with the flow. I am so motivated with this book that how Tara came out of all the problems she faced. The biji touch and the traditional Punjabi culture hooked me up! There is always hope and love in this world and I am so happy that I read this book! This book has destroyed me and I can’t wait to read more books from this author!
Happy Reading!
– Rabhya

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