Love Marriage

Love Marriage

Fiction & Poetry, Modern & Contemporary Fiction
Paperback Published on: 02/02/2023
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Love Marriage
a modern day soap opera!
a sprawling, generational saga with a cast of unforgettable characters that collectively tackle some of the social and political issues that have been swee... READ MORE
Rachel at Belfast
Love Marriage
A powerful yet relatable story
I'm so glad I got to know these characters, who were lovable yet flawed, and never felt like caricatures or stereotypes. With such superbly engrossing wri... READ MORE
Anna Spencer


The first new novel in a decade from the bestselling, Booker Prize-shortlisted author of Brick Lane. Yasmin Ghorami has a lot to be grateful for: a loving family, a fledgling career in medicine, and a charming, handsome fiancee, fellow doctor Joe Sangster. But as the wedding day draws closer and Yasmin's parents get to know Joe's firebrand feminist mother, both families must confront the unravelling of long-held secrets, lies and betrayals. As Yasmin dismantles her own assumptions about the people she holds most dear, she's also forced to ask herself what she really wants in a relationship and what a 'love marriage' actually means. Love Marriage is a story about who we are and how we love in today's Britain - with all the complications and contradictions of life, desire, marriage and family. What starts as a captivating social comedy develops into a heart-breaking and gripping story of two cultures, two families and two people trying to understand one another.

  • Publisher: Little, Brown Book Group
  • ISBN: 9780349015507
  • Number of pages: 512
  • Weight: 406g
  • Dimensions: 196 x 126 x 42 mm

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Love Marriage
Well written with many themes
I read Brick Lane many years ago. This is also a well written novel. It covers a range of themes, perhaps too many. I thought Yasmin’s parents were the mos... READ MORE