LESSONS IN FORGETTING
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LESSONS IN FORGETTING  (English, Paperback, Nair, Anita)

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    • Language: English
    • Binding: Paperback
    • Publisher: HarperCollins
    • Genre: Fiction
    • ISBN: 9789350294536, 9350294532
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    Meera and JAK, people who lives very different lives, find that coincidences have brought their lives together. As time goes, everything that seemed to be going bad is given life to because of new beginnings. Lessons in Forgetting is a moving story about forgiveness and second chances.

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    Meera, a corporate wife and writer of cookbooks, lived a pretty normal life till her husband decided not to come home for good one day. She now has to look after her kids, her mother and grandmother all by herself. JAK, Professor J. A. Krishnamurthy, is a cyclone studies expert who returned to India from America very recently. He has a 19 year old daughter who suffers from the trauma of an incident that happened in the past. As a father, JAK is determined to find out what really happened and wants to help her. Soon, Meera and JAK find their lives becoming entwined and as the days pass, all they see are fresh beginnings.

    About Anita Nair

    Anita Nair is an Indian writer. She is famous for her novels: The Better Man, Ladies Coupe, Mistress and The Lilac House. Ms. Nair's collection of short stories, Satyr of the Subway, won her a fellowship from the Virginia Center for Creative Arts.

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