Reviews

  • "Funny and sharp."

    Independent
  • "A superbly crafted, page turning comedy which isn't afraid to tackle the big subjects...heartfelt, heartwarming and very, very good."

    The Mirror
  • "Extremely funny, wonderfully insightful...a big ambitious book with serious points to be made about the choices women face today...Syal mixes her message with hilarious set pieces."

    Sunday Express
  • "The story surges along on a rip-tide of wisecracks and wisdom...excellent."

    Sunday Telegraph
  • "A magical mosaic of friendship, betrayal and cross-cultural incongruities. By turns spicy, hilarious and sad, it unfolds the ties that bind young women to their East End Punjabi roots even as they head west for trendy careers, café bars and sexual freedom."

    She