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10 thoughts on “Les origines de lamour (LAube noire)

  1. Ellie Ellie says:

    Simran is a social worker in Delhi reluctantly helping a hospital supplying surrogate mothers to foreigners When Amelia is born HIV positive and left without parents Simran is determined to find someone to take care of the vulnerable baby and get to the bottom of her illness Was it a tragic mistake or is there something sinister going on? Meanwhile deliveries of embryos are being held up in customs at Mumbai airport where staff are getting other ideas about the trade of human lifeOrigins of Love is essentially an accessible thriller highlighting the murky world of medical tourism From the start Simran is a fantastic protagonist the woman defying the social pressures of Indian culture to go it alone and forego children of her own She relays a heartbreaking story of why she is scared of flying before launching into her investigation She might lose her way a bit at times but by then I was completely immersed in the world of surrogacy and corruptionThere were times that the medical information seemed a bit far fetched or slightly misleading simply by the fact it wasn’t expanded upon I know that if we forget the ethical constraints of research would could technically achieve some things but this book isn’t really about that It’s a case of hearing lots of potentially interesting stories and trying to fit them into one novel as she freely admits in the acknowledgements that all the events have been based on real life occurrencesStill it whooshes along at a good pace and is an easy book to while away a rainy afternoon The only thing really out of place is the story of Ben and Kate trying to make connections to his grandfather and his colonial past I’m guessing Kishwar Desai wanted to make a point that the exploitation of India keeps happening again and again but it felt all a bit contrived I think Ben and Kate could have easily been introduced as a desperate couple without any ties to India and contributed just as much if not to the plot


  2. Tara Tara says:

    Good premise a good modern voice but oh my word this author suffers from expositionitis and a bad case of the info dump The narrator is nothing but honest about being crusading to the point where it kneecaps the plot I was very disappointed This book was such a slog and it had such potential So frustrating


  3. Anne Charlotte LE DIOT Anne Charlotte LE DIOT says:

    A bit confusing at times feels like the author pursued a few too many goals in just one book but entertaining and an eye opener on surrogacy business in poor countries Style flows easily That's another terrifying account of how things can become if not strictly controlled and framed in a country like India where human beings are everyday treated like comodities simply because they're poor not to mention the damage done by overwhelming machism and religious conservatism Insights into the minds of an unfertile couple are also enlightening but a bit twisted by the husband own personal family history I understand why the author did but it makes their story a bit unlikely and difficult to relate to


  4. Hope of Readers World Hope of Readers World says:

    This is uite a wonderful book which tell what exactly going on the world of surrogacy The crime done by this medical industry Life is precious but should it be at any price? The plot open where character named Simran talking about her life and her thoughts She also mentioned that she have adopted in 14 years old girl childIn Delhi a small baby lies alone and abandoned The small baby girl was the product of the IVF and surrogacy she had been so covered until she was born with fatal illnessNo one knows how the infection could have been transferred to child But one thing is certain that nobody wants the child anyAs being the feisty social worker Simran Singh is determined to uncover the truth behind the shadowy figure of multi million dollars surrogacy industry


  5. Kim Kim says:

    The idea of this book is a good one It's just badly executed there are 13 different story lines that all somehow come together in the end At times it's confusing to keep up with that especially since some of those story lines aren't necessary for the plot It's also frustrating how Simran tries to solve the mystery She literally choses the most complicated way possible and refuses to see what's directly in front of her I don't recommend this book for its 'crime' or for the suspense There is no suspense I do recommend this however for all the information given about surrogacy in India Because that was genuinely interesting


  6. Heather Tucker Heather Tucker says:

    The subject matter of this book interested me straight away Unfortunately I found the beginning a bit confusing switching time periods and characters and a bit slow Luckily around the half way mark things became clearer and the tension built Overall I think the story could have been stronger and interesting if some of the side stories or characters had been left out or less developed I only found out later that this was the second book in the series but each book can be read on their own without issue


  7. Tvishi Mongia Tvishi Mongia says:

    Rating 35When I bought this book I was expecting rich descriptive texts and long sentences and complex brooding characters Instead I got a simpler faster book with a decent MC loads of Knowledge maybe true? on the Surrogacy issues in India and a few chuckles here and there because whats a book without a laugh or two Good One time read


  8. Marion Roux Marion Roux says:

    I found the introduction of so many characters at the start of the book a bit confusing Then felt swept up by the action and enjoyed the rest immenselyVery real and up to date issues with embryonic stem cell issuesGripping with intrigue


  9. Nevanthri Nevanthri says:

    I did not realise when buying this book was apart of a series however it can be read as a stand alone The characters are engaging and the story was interesting and saddening The end was a bit fairytale like


  10. Pauline Pauline says:

    It was one I could not put down until I'd finished Got a bit confusing in parts but not too bad


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Les origines de lamour (LAube noire) [Read] ➬ Les origines de lamour (LAube noire) Author Kishwar Desai – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk Dans ce nouveau roman de Kishwar Desai nous retrouvons la charmante et néanmoins tenace travailleuse sociale Simran Singh décidée à sauver la petite Amelia née par mère porteuse dans une cliniue Dans ce nouveau roman de Kishwar Desai nous retrouvons la charmante et néanmoins tenace travailleuse sociale Simran Singh décidée à sauver la petite Amelia née par mère porteuse dans une cliniue de Delhi Ses parents d’origine ­britanniue sont morts dans un accident suspect et la mère porteuse a mystérieusement disparu Simran se lance dans une enuête ui la mène jusu’à Londres où elle doit non seulement tenter de retrouver les proches d’Amelia mais aussi découvrir comment le bébé a pu naître séropositif Kishwar Desai nous entraîne dans le Les origines eBook Þ monde de la gestation pour autrui – un commerce international générant des millions de dollars ainsi ue de terribles dérives À vous glacer le sang « Aussi fascinants ue la série des Maigret les romans de Desai ont uelue chose en plus elle n’y tisse pas seulement une intrigue policière mais y explore aussi des sujets extrêmement importants » The Independent« Un roman dur mais indispensable » The Guardian Kishwar Desai née en dans le Punjab Inde où son père était chef de police est journaliste Elle signe ici son deuxième roman après Témoin de la nuit publié chez le même éditeur .

  • Kindle Edition
  • 272 pages
  • Les origines de lamour (LAube noire)
  • Kishwar Desai
  • 20 August 2016

About the Author: Kishwar Desai

Kishwar Desai née Rosha born December is an Indian author and columnist Her latest novel The Sea of Innocence has just been published in India and will shortly be published in UK and Australia Her first novel Witness the Night won the Costa Book Award in for Best First Novel and has been translated into over languages It was also shortlisted for the Author's Club First Novel.


10 thoughts on “Les origines de lamour (LAube noire)

  1. Ellie Ellie says:

    Simran is a social worker in Delhi reluctantly helping a hospital supplying surrogate mothers to foreigners When Amelia is born HIV positive and left without parents Simran is determined to find someone to take care of the vulnerable baby and get to the bottom of her illness Was it a tragic mistake or is there something sinister going on? Meanwhile deliveries of embryos are being held up in customs at Mumbai airport where staff are getting other ideas about the trade of human lifeOrigins of Love is essentially an accessible thriller highlighting the murky world of medical tourism From the start Simran is a fantastic protagonist the woman defying the social pressures of Indian culture to go it alone and forego children of her own She relays a heartbreaking story of why she is scared of flying before launching into her investigation She might lose her way a bit at times but by then I was completely immersed in the world of surrogacy and corruptionThere were times that the medical information seemed a bit far fetched or slightly misleading simply by the fact it wasn’t expanded upon I know that if we forget the ethical constraints of research would could technically achieve some things but this book isn’t really about that It’s a case of hearing lots of potentially interesting stories and trying to fit them into one novel as she freely admits in the acknowledgements that all the events have been based on real life occurrencesStill it whooshes along at a good pace and is an easy book to while away a rainy afternoon The only thing really out of place is the story of Ben and Kate trying to make connections to his grandfather and his colonial past I’m guessing Kishwar Desai wanted to make a point that the exploitation of India keeps happening again and again but it felt all a bit contrived I think Ben and Kate could have easily been introduced as a desperate couple without any ties to India and contributed just as much if not to the plot

  2. Tara Tara says:

    Good premise a good modern voice but oh my word this author suffers from expositionitis and a bad case of the info dump The narrator is nothing but honest about being crusading to the point where it kneecaps the plot I was very disappointed This book was such a slog and it had such potential So frustrating

  3. Anne Charlotte LE DIOT Anne Charlotte LE DIOT says:

    A bit confusing at times feels like the author pursued a few too many goals in just one book but entertaining and an eye opener on surrogacy business in poor countries Style flows easily That's another terrifying account of how things can become if not strictly controlled and framed in a country like India where human beings are everyday treated like comodities simply because they're poor not to mention the damage done by overwhelming machism and religious conservatism Insights into the minds of an unfertile couple are also enlightening but a bit twisted by the husband own personal family history I understand why the author did but it makes their story a bit unlikely and difficult to relate to

  4. Hope of Readers World Hope of Readers World says:

    This is uite a wonderful book which tell what exactly going on the world of surrogacy The crime done by this medical industry Life is precious but should it be at any price? The plot open where character named Simran talking about her life and her thoughts She also mentioned that she have adopted in 14 years old girl childIn Delhi a small baby lies alone and abandoned The small baby girl was the product of the IVF and surrogacy she had been so covered until she was born with fatal illnessNo one knows how the infection could have been transferred to child But one thing is certain that nobody wants the child anyAs being the feisty social worker Simran Singh is determined to uncover the truth behind the shadowy figure of multi million dollars surrogacy industry

  5. Kim Kim says:

    The idea of this book is a good one It's just badly executed there are 13 different story lines that all somehow come together in the end At times it's confusing to keep up with that especially since some of those story lines aren't necessary for the plot It's also frustrating how Simran tries to solve the mystery She literally choses the most complicated way possible and refuses to see what's directly in front of her I don't recommend this book for its 'crime' or for the suspense There is no suspense I do recommend this however for all the information given about surrogacy in India Because that was genuinely interesting

  6. Heather Tucker Heather Tucker says:

    The subject matter of this book interested me straight away Unfortunately I found the beginning a bit confusing switching time periods and characters and a bit slow Luckily around the half way mark things became clearer and the tension built Overall I think the story could have been stronger and interesting if some of the side stories or characters had been left out or less developed I only found out later that this was the second book in the series but each book can be read on their own without issue

  7. Tvishi Mongia Tvishi Mongia says:

    Rating 35When I bought this book I was expecting rich descriptive texts and long sentences and complex brooding characters Instead I got a simpler faster book with a decent MC loads of Knowledge maybe true? on the Surrogacy issues in India and a few chuckles here and there because whats a book without a laugh or two Good One time read

  8. Marion Roux Marion Roux says:

    I found the introduction of so many characters at the start of the book a bit confusing Then felt swept up by the action and enjoyed the rest immenselyVery real and up to date issues with embryonic stem cell issuesGripping with intrigue

  9. Nevanthri Nevanthri says:

    I did not realise when buying this book was apart of a series however it can be read as a stand alone The characters are engaging and the story was interesting and saddening The end was a bit fairytale like

  10. Pauline Pauline says:

    It was one I could not put down until I'd finished Got a bit confusing in parts but not too bad

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