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Anjali Banerjee Biography | Author of "Imaginary Men"

Anjali Banerjee was born in India, raised in Canada and California and expected degrees from the University of California, Berkeley. She has printed five novels for youth and four for grownups, counting charming LILY, now accessible from Berkley/Penguin. Idealistic Times magazine has given ENCHANTING LILY a peak score of 4.5 stars: ”This is a magnificent narrative with adorable lettering who are annoying to create clean after disaster touches their lives. Readers will drop head over heels for a four-legged quality who roughly upstages the two-legged leads.”

Of her new story, HAUNTING JASMINE, Melinda Bargreen of The Seattle Times wrote, “Banerjee invites the booklover into her bright, confident world, one in which the Northwest island tides coexist with the spirit of Julia Child, Charles Dickens’ mirror, and a sari or two.”

The Philadelphia Inquirer called her youthful grown book, MAYA RUNNING “beautiful and complex” and “pleasingly accessible.” The Seattle Times praised Anjali’s novel for adults, IMAGINARY MEN as “a dreamy humor equivalent to Bend it Like Beckham.”

Rising up in a small town in Manitoba, Canada, Anjali’s preferred family occasion was the weekly drive to the trash put to look at for bears. She also loved jaunts to the library, where she checkered out the same Curious George books dozens of times. She respected a image book called The Bear Who Couldn’t Sleep, starring a baby bear who refused to hibernate in coldness. Her preferred authors were Enid Blyton, Agatha Christie, Alexander Key, C.S. Lewis and others. Each night her father study to her from C.S. Lewis’s the records of Narnia or Tolkien’s The Lord of the Rings trilogy.

After she grew up and complete university, Anjali tried on jobs like new sets of clothes — veterinary helper, office manager and law student—before rediscovering her love for writing. Since then, Anjali’s handcart Prize-nominated small literature has appeared in numerous fictional journals and in the compilation.

As a writer Anjali Banerjee is popular for her following works -
1. Imaginary Men (2005)
2. Invisible Lives (2006)
3. Haunting Jasmine (2011)
4. Enchanting Lily (2012)
5. Seaglass Summer (2011)
6. Looking for Bapu (2008)
7. Maya Running (2006)

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