BOMBAY GIRL  (English, Paperback, Daswani, Kavita)

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    • Language: English
    • Binding: Paperback
    • Publisher: Harper Collins
    • ISBN: 9789350293294, 9350293293
    • Edition: 2012
    • Pages: 320
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    Bombay Girl begins Kavita Daswani’s trilogy, telling the coming-of-age story of a girl who is forced to try and find her own in a misogynistic world.

    Summary of the Book

    Sohana Badshah has always had a carefree life. She moves to London to pursue an interior design course, where she meets Jagdish Sachdev. She falls for him, but when he leaves her, it breaks her and she returns home. However, at home, her grandfather’s business empire is up for grabs, and only the highest bidder or the most worthy grandson stands a chance to inherit it. Even as her brothers race to grab the reins of the empire, Sohana finds herself wooed and her familial ties are about to be tested, once and for all.

    About Kavita Daswani

    Kavita Daswani is an Indian-American writer known for For Matrimonial Purposes, Salaam, Paris and The Village Bride of Beverly Hills aka Everything Happens for a Reason.

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    Book Details
    • Imprint
      • HarperCollins
    • Publication Year
      • 2012
    • Weight
      • 182.0 Grams
    6 Ratings
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    Entertaining read

    I bought this book to complete a "3 for 2" offer at Landmark, but finally, I ended up loving this one the most out of the three I bought.
    I started it yesterday and finished it yesterday too. I have read quite a few books of this genre, particularly Barbara Taylor Bradford, but this book stands apart. For one, the environment has been entirely transplanted to Mumbai, and this transplantation does not feel artificial or contrived, as it does in many English books by Indian authors.
    Here, our p...

    Saritha Menon

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    28 Dec, 2012

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    A wonderfully typical Kavita Daswani

    If you have read her previous books - this is another of a wonderfully typical Kavita Daswani. She starts with a girl very comfortable in her sphere and social surroundings (well, this time Sohana Badshah's behavior itches a feminist reader) - and then turn of events give her brush of reality in quick successions. And she sets off on a road to changes and challenges - each time, more for herself than her loved ones!

    Sohana's life reflects the life of a well-bred and affluent Indian girl - ca...

    Janki Vora

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    16 Jul, 2012

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    Good Book

    Bombay Girl, from our very own Indian writer is a great book to read while travelling. A light one but still thoroughly enjoyable as you get into the thick and thin of the characters and situations. I bought this book to give Kavita's writings a try and I am not disappointed.

    May read the others as a result of this.

    Farah Halim

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    11 Feb, 2013

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