She’s got a coterie of friends – one single woman, one ‘getting a divorce’ woman and a Gay couple, a mother who nags Aisha about her. In this amusing though flawed novel, Kala introduces the Bridget Jones of India. Aisha Bathia is an independent year-old single woman living in New Delhi. : Almost Single eBook: Advaita Kala: Kindle Store.
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Don’t tell me you didn’t see this coming. Books by Advaita Kala. That’s really what kept me reading, the quick witticisms.
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I wish I had never picked this one up. Apr 24, Nicole rated it it was ok Shelves: How much of your work has been inspired by your own life and experiences? I felt it has nothing new to offer. Apr 09, Borntobepurple rated it did not like it. Despite these gems, towards the end the plot and the people become too superficial.
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Oct 21, Annie Grace rated it did not like it. Amour becomes a career, a vocation. Tell-A-Tale gets a small share of the purchases you make from the asvait link, helping us bring you the stories you love to read.
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Forget getting hooked, yet to get their aingle on their gold-diggers. But Bathia has her eye on only one man, Karan Verma, the handsome investment banker from New York, even though as things move along she begins to question exactly what she is looking for.
Chick lit does not deal with culturally suppressed women. I am having a hard time with this one as well. There were, however, two points that I really didn’t like – always considering that it was only a chic-flic: Not losing hope about getting hitched but at the same time staying perfectly happy and enjoying their singledom.
I would still recommend that you read this book because the book is a representation of the thinking patterns of today’s youth, their ideologoies.
Look For Search for: Her mum, cousin and aunty and friends give the r The Indian Bridget Jones, only wittier and funnier! Almost Single – a common state of flux for many Indian twenty-somethings.
Of the sjngle, Anushka being a divorcee happens to be the most sensible one helping out the other two with their perfect makeovers and being a shoulder to cry on during their lows ‘Ugh! There are several instances in the book which make you crack up with laughter because you can actually imagine yourself in that situation and can understand why the characters react in a certain manner.
Their third friend Anushka is a product of 21 simgle century. Story doesn’t stay with you.
The story is light, fluffy, heartwarming, witty and funny. I have great friends and family, and their support has been tremendous. There’s some wit in here. One moment she hates him and suddenly they are boyfriend and girlfriend? Or does she even want to be rescued?
Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. What inspired you to write Almost Single and when did you decide to really sit yourself down and start on it? Dec 21, Aanchal rated it it was ok.
Almost Single Reader’s Guide
Nov 04, Amalie rated it really liked it Shelves: I have always written but it has been a very private endeavour, mostly an attempt to make sense of the world around me. Lists with This Book. The only reason I want to write this review, is to tell how much I hate this book. Jun bt, Sarthak is currently reading it. With her two best friends, Misha and Anushka recently divorced from her cheating husbandBathia searches for love, trying everything from online dating to fasting during Karva Chauth, the traditional Hindu festival for married women.