Mohira: A Woman’s Journey by J. M. Sloan

MohiraI’ll be honest, I downloaded this book from* because I fell in love with the cover; isn’t it beautiful? So, when I finally got around to reading it (well over a year since I downloaded it) I couldn’t really remember what it was about… evidently, the book didn’t turn out to be my usual type of read, but I read it in two sittings & did somewhat enjoy it. I also learnt some stuff, which is always a good thing in my opinion.

I read this book as part of my Beat The Backlist Challenge – you can see what other books are on my list for the challenge here.

This book contains discussion of domenstic violence, miscarriage,
racial tension & racist attitudes, as well as suicidal thoughts.

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