I enjoyed this book. The stories are well-plotted, and the characters generally likeable. It’s interesting to see a book about gay Indian-Americans where the bigger issues stem from their race, not their sexuality. The writing is pretty good, too, though at times — especially the final story — I kept thinking the story was first-person even though it was third-. I’m pretty sure that’s significant in some way.
I never wanted to not finish it, so this question is moot.