A Small Fortune by Rosie Dastgir
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A Small Fortune Summary
An entertaining debut novel that explores the lives of an extended Pakistani family - all with a gently humorous touch and fond but wry eye.
A Small Fortune Reviews
"The multiple viewpoints and complexities answer the local prejudice ('They think we're all the same'), and readers across generations will recognize both the bliss of reunion and the confusion, overcrowding, and clashes that arise when the space is too small." - Booklist
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Rosie Dastgir was born in England to a Pakistani father and an English mother. She was educated at Oxford University and received an MFA in film from NYU's Tisch School of the Arts. She lives in Brooklyn. Visit her website at www.rosiedastgir.com.
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