Unlikely Adventures of the Shergill Sisters
Balli Kaur Jaswal, Read by Ayasha Kala

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Narrated By: Ayasha Kala

Duration: 12 hours and 54 minutes

What to expect

Grab your passport and let the Shergill sisters take you on a journey…

Meet the Shergill Sisters.

The know-it-all, Rajni.
The drama queen, Jezmeen.
The golden child, Shirina.

They have never been close. But their mother’s dying wish was for them to take a pilgrimage across India together, to carry out her final rites. And so, the sisters are thrown together for one last (and very strange) family holiday.

The three women seem to have nothing in common, apart from the fact that each of them has a secret she would prefer to keep hidden. But as one unlikely adventure follows another, it’s not long before they start to realise that they might need each other now more than ever. After all, there are no secrets between sisters…

Readers love the Shergill sisters!

'Fresh, funny and moving'
'A heartwarming story'
'Funny and poignant'
'Wonderfully written'

Genre

Modern & contemporary fiction, Adventure fiction

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Praise for Balli Kaur Jaswal:

‘Big-hearted, earthy and funny: turns so many preconceptions upside down. A rattlingly good story’ Deborah Moggach, The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel

‘Warm and hilariously funny’ Good Housekeeping

‘Charming, hilarious and thoughtful’ The Pool

‘Erotic Stories for Punjabi Widows balances darkness and light, social commentary and ecstatic escapism… funny and moving tale of desire and its discontents’ The Economist

‘Sensual, authentic and hilarious, I will never look at an aubergine in the same way again – 5 stars’ The Sun

‘Enlightening and entertaining’ Woman & Home

‘A dark comedy… about empowerment and friendship’ Tatler

‘A page turner… Tackles serious themes with a light and funny touch’ Glamour

‘Funny yet serious, this is a fab book about women, culture and secrets’ Prima

‘By turns erotic, romantic, and mysterious, this tale of women defying patriarchal strictures enchants’ Kirkus Reviews

‘Compulsive, funny and wonderfully original – this novel glows with witty sensuality. I love it ’ Helen Lederer, Losing It

‘Poignant, intelligent yet wickedly funny – a delightful read that reignites one's belief in the power of sisterhood’ June Sarpong