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|Number of Pages||216 Pages|
|Author Info||Manju Kapur is the bestselling author of four novels, Difficult Daughters (winner of the Commonwealth Prize, Eurasia), A Married Woman and Home (shortlisted for the Hutch Crossword Prize for fiction) and The Immigrant (shortlisted for the DSC Prize). She lives in New Delhi.|
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May 28, 2012
New TopicI found this book different as it touches upon a new issue. It is about two people who discover each other on facebook after many years. The joy of meeting someone and getting attracted to someone all over again has been very well expressed by author Amrita Priya. I think she has good understanding of relationships and she does quite well in her debut fiction title. Perhaps being a woman helped her to project the emotional side of people in a beautiful manner.
Jan 9, 2015
Awesome Story With lots of suspence and funThis book comes with an amazing story and with a lots of twist and suspence in it its just AMAZING!! Book. and a hot sexy story and little naughty lines
Aug 5, 2012
Interesting to readVery interesting topic and plot on which the book is based, I picked this book because of its name but found story also very very very interesting. Unable to keep the book without finishing it .The story is very nice and author has written and developed the story in a very unusual way and addition to it this book holds attention. I liked the way story unfolds and develop with twist and turn. I would recommend everyone this book.
Jul 19, 2012
Liked it a lottThe plot of the story is very good.
May 24, 2012
Nice NovelI found it very interesting. Could not resist reading it until I finished. Bought another copy and gifted it to a friend on her birthday. She liked it too.
Apr 20, 2012
Please dont buyplease readers don't buy this book really it does not have a meaning in the story all rubbish the author have spoke which no one will do worst book i read in my life.The story does not have any importance it speaks completely rubbish about the western society and about our Indian tradition the things which author will never happen anyone's life
Jun 3, 2014
Title suits the story and speak lot about the story.I like this story but the ending is not good enough. Amrita did really good job she express her feeling fairly well. The most attractive thing is the reality of story. The story seems real.
Mar 4, 2014
it's really a good bookit was one of the finest book i had read. in starting it was little bit boring bt finally at last it's really intresting. specially i like the end bcoz woman sacrifies her true love 4 her family & their childrens
May 30, 2012
It is not just a love story but also celebrates Indian culture and festivalsA sensitive topic has been handled well in this book. Once I started reading, I was so intrigued that it was difficult to keep it down. Since I was traveling in a train while reading this; I had all the time to finish it really fast. The sentiments of an Indian woman has been portrayed aptly. The book tries to cover several festivals through the messages exchanged between the characters. I found this aspect of the book interesting.