Forward Me Back To You [ Ebook ] BY Mitali Perkins


  • Hardcover
  • 432
  • Forward Me Back To You
  • Mitali Perkins
  • English
  • 14 April 2018
  • 9780374304928

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Free read Forward Me Back To You Mitali Perkins Þ 6 Free read Read & download í PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Þ Mitali Perkins Ghting off the secrets in her pastRobin Thornton was adopted from an orphanage in Kolkata India and is reluctant to take on his future Since he knows nothing about his past how is he supposed to figure out what comes nextRobin and Kat meet in the most unlikely of places a summer service trip to India to work with surviv. A thoroughly satisfying book that I had a hard time putting down about an important and rarely written about topic Just a note all of Mitali Perkins books are on my We Need Diverse Books Seminar reading listStudents get to choose which books they want to read and come out of the class with a collection development list Electing Judges unlikely of places a summer service trip to India to work with surviv. A thoroughly satisfying book that I had a hard time putting down about an important and rarely written about topic Just a note all of Mitali Perkins books are on my We Need Diverse Books Seminar reading listStudents get to choose which books they want to read and come out of the class with a collection development list

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Free read Forward Me Back To You Mitali Perkins Þ 6 Free read Read & download í PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Þ Mitali Perkins Ors of human trafficking As bonds blossom between the travel mates Robin and Kat discover the healing superpowers of friendshipAt turns heart wrenching beautiful and buoyant Mitali Perkins' new novel explores the ripple effects of violence across borders and generations and how small acts of heroism can break the cycl. I can not describe to you how much I loved this book So let me tell you what was wonderful It was tender and sweet It was bitter and angry it was about love and loss It was about real friendship it was about redemption turned on it s head I loved both Ravi and Kat became real friends No romantic tension no love triangles Just real support and kindness Great for teens who like realistic fiction and faith dominant books

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Free read Forward Me Back To You Mitali Perkins Þ 6 Free read Read & download í PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Þ Mitali Perkins Winner of the South Asia Book AwardSchool Library Journal Best YA Book of the YearKirkus Best YA Book of the YearALA Best Fiction for Young AdultsAmelia Bloomer Top Ten Book for Young FeministsJunior Library Guild SelectionKatina King is the reigning teen jujitsu champion of Northern California but she's having trouble fi. CW past sexual assault human trafficking parental abandonment This book was on my TBR for 2019 and now it s also on my 20 books to read in 2020 list so I knew I wanted to read it soon After almost languishing on my couch for four days without reading anything I finally decided to pick this up And I don t know if it was the right pick at the moment I can t deny that it was a very profound readThe one thing I can tell you about the author s writing is that it s very engaging from the first page with the right amount of pacing that makes you wanna breeze through it without taking any break which is exactly what I ended up doing The actual issues that are dealt within the book can be a bit tough to read and the author never shies away from confronting us in a very straightforward way which can force us to think but it still works well with her choice of using a dual POV as well as short chapters The writing is very hard hitting and we feel deeply all the emotions that the characters are feeling and I couldn t have asked for anything less The story takes place a bit in Boston and a lot of it in Kolkata and I thought the author did a brilliant job bringing both the cities to life and I almost felt transported there through her words I also like the choices that the author made in the story keeping things realistic not neatly tying up everything in a bow and leaving us with a sense that this is just the beginning not the endThere are so many important themes explored in the story but the author never lets them overwhelm the readers Human trafficking is the major underlying theme here but the author doesn t focus on why it happens but on what can be done to help the survivors the kind of support and resources they need and how difficult it maybe to help them thrive in the outside world Religion and church is also a major foundation of this book with service and volunteering forming the major way through which our characters find their way forward and purpose in life The aftermath of sexual assault and the grief of abandonment the uncertainty of being an adopted child also are other major issues that the characters face and I thought the author handled them with a lot of thought and sensitivityKat is a fierce confident ambitious and determined high school girl who s life in thrown into disarray when she is assaulted As a jiu jitsu belt holder she manages to defend herself but it still leaves a mark and it was tough watching her deal with panic attacks nightmares and just complete discomfort about being in the space with a group of men But through meeting an old grandmotherly teacher a new group of church friends and working with the trafficking survivors she learns that there are ways of being empowered than just self defense and she also understands the different ways in which she can help those in needRobinRavi has grown up with privilege in a wealthy family but being a brown adopted child of two white parents has always left him feeling conflicted and he has never had the opportunity to explore or identify his feelings about this But when he gets an opportunity to go to Kolkata he finally decides to look for his birth mother He has lots of hopes and dreams about his reunion and going to back to India really brings out a lot of feelings in him unimaginable grief and anger and a deep desire to help the survivors he also finds himself becoming confident assertive finally trying to love himself and also accept the love that he has received from his parents without feeling guilty There are also some wonderful side characters we meet like the church group who are exactly the kind of supportive friends both Kat and Ravi need Grandma Vee who makes such a positive impact on Kat letting go of her anger and helplessness Ravi s parents who are so compassionate and loving Banto who is the most adorable friend they make in India and the amazing group of people working for the emancipation of trafficked children and the brave group of survivors Every relationship written in this story is very meaningful with each person helping the other grow in some way or the other and I just loved reading about all of themTo conclude the issues that this book talks about maybe tough but it is a beautifully written and emotionally engaging book It has a great ensemble of characters who are all faithful and compassionate and just want to do good If you like reading about complicated youngsters and books that fall between contemporary and literary fiction you should totally check this out As religion plays a very important part in this story the writing did feel didactic at times but never overly preachy and it didn t affect my reading experience much I really loved being with these characters and I can t wait to read the author s next works