Hana Khan Carries On
Hana Khan Carries On is a novel by Uzma Jalaluddin, author of Ayesha At Last. Read on for a summary of the book and to find the ending. If you’d like a review instead, you can read one here. Hana Khan is a hijab-wearing, young Muslim woman who lives in Scarborough, Ontario, Canada. She is…
The Ending of There’s a Word for That by Sloane Tanen
There’s a Word for That is a contemporary novel by Sloane Tanen. The cast of characters include Marty, his girlfriend Gail, his daughters Janine and Amanda, Amanda’s daughters Jaycee and Hailey, Bunny and her son Henry. The Kresslers Marty Kressler has been married and divorced many times. His current girlfriend has her heart set on…
The Ending of The Vanishing Half
The Vanishing Half by Britt Bennett is a multigenerational story of an African American family. Desiree and Stella are identical twin girls born in the 1950s in Mallard, a small town in Louisiana. All the people in Mallard are black but light-skinned. They are distrustful of dark-skinned people, considering themselves better because of the proximity…
The Ending of Mexican Gothic
Mexican Gothic is a gothic horror novel by Silvia Moreno-Garcia that tells a story of the twisted search for immortality. It mixes horror, mystery, and romance. Noemí is a young socialite in Mexico City. She was summoned home one evening by her father, who wanted her to go to the remote estate, High Place, to…
The Ending of The Vine of Desire
The Vine of Desire is a literary fiction. It is the sequel to Sister of My Heart by Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni. In this book, we find out what happens after Sudha moves to California. The main themes in this novel are family, love, loss, identity, immigration, and culture.
The Ending of Sister of My Heart
Sister of My Heart is a historical fiction by Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni. It tells a multigenerational story set in Calcutta, San Francisco, and elsewhere in India. Cousins Anju and Sudha were born within hours of each other. Sudha was born first and was placed on the stomach of Gouri, who had been in labor for…
The Ending of Next Year in Havana
Next Year in Havana is a historical fiction by Chanel Cleeton, and also a romance novel. The book tells the story of two women, a granddaughter, Marisol, and a grandmother, Elisa, separated by decades. On a trip to Cuba, to say goodbye to her grandmother, Marisol learns about the history of Cuba and her grandmother’s…
The Ending of Honor by Elif Shafak
Honor by Elif Shafak is a multi-generational story of a Turkish-Kurdish family. In this book, Shafak explores the concept of honor in different cultural contexts. The story takes place in Turkey, Gaza, Kurdistan and England.