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  • ISBN: 9780593489130
  • ISBN: 0593489128
  • ISBN: 9780593489123
  • Physical Description: 312 pages ; 24 cm
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  • Publisher: [New York, New York] : Viking, [2022]

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Formatted Contents Note: I -- They -- She -- We.
Summary, etc.: "From an exhilarating new voice comes a dazzling debut novel about an Indian-American immigrant building a life for herself in the Midwest--a brilliant and utterly absorbing story of love, friendship, and precarity in 21st century America. Graduating into the trough of yet another American recession, Sneha is one of the fortunate ones. However mind-numbing the work, her entry-level consulting job is the key that unlocks every door: she can pick up the check for her growing circle of friends in Milwaukee, send money home to her parents in India, and dare to envision a stable future for herself. She even begins dating who she has long wanted--women--and soon develops a crush on Marina, a beautiful dancer who always seems just out of reach. But then, as quickly as it came together, Sneha's life begins to fall apart. Her job and apartment are both suddenly and maddeningly in jeopardy, and closely-guarded secrets and buried traumas resurface, sending her spiraling into shame and isolation. When a chance encounter with Marina ignites an electric romance, it looks like salvation--if only they can overcome the lie that threatens to undo the trust they've built. A novel of working lives, friendships, and self-discovery in flux, All This Could Be Different is a wry, intimate, and redemptive exploration of the freedom and fragility of youth, and what it means to devote oneself to others in search of a better world"--
Subject: East Indian American women Fiction
Immigrants Fiction
Friendship Fiction
Lesbians United States Fiction
United States 21st century Fiction
Genre: Romans.
Novels.
Romance fiction.
Bildungsromans.
Lesbian fiction.
Novels.
Bildungsromans.
Fictional Work.