Eighteen Brothers and Sisters, a memoir by Seeta Begui, is an inspirational message of the power of sacrifices, mentors, education and training to make a difference. The book chronicles Seeta's upbringing, struggles to become educated, and her accomplishments thanks to the teamwork of her phenomenal extended family and the angels in the right place at the right time to guide her. As the story unfolds, the voice, attitude, and intonation reflect the age Seeta was at the time. The voice changes as she transforms from a scraggly three year old, to a battered wife, to the beautiful, accomplished woman of influence and means she has become today. Seeta's coming-to-America story will warm your heart.
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I loved it .As a emigrant myself like most of Americans are this book is a great example of changes that we go through when we have a opportunity to start new life in this great country. Even greater part of this book is parts showing life of ours in countries before we come to USA.I think it`s very important to learn about culture of other countries and to do it through eyes of families instead of history books it`s much better. One of the most important message in this book and i think the reason why every American girl should read is the strength of women and their ability to overcome so many problems when they forced to. It a book about family , traditions, hope and never giving up.
What a great story of triumph and overcoming your circumstances. All the power that you need is right inside of you. This is for anyone who has ever felt "stuck" and helpless; you can overcome everything, you just need to believe that there is a solution. Great Job Seeta!