The Adhikaris are a regular, happy family - or so they will have you believe. But at the dinner table, a silence hangs heavy over the three children, especially Arihant and Ishan. Twenty-two-year-old Arihant possesses a secret talent and a shattered heart. He yearns for his muse and ex-girlfriend, only to surprise himself when they finally meet after a long and difficult time apart. If only Ishan could share some brotherly advice rather than sneak about, aloof and increasingly suspicious. Ishan twenty-eight, seems to have the job of his dreams - or at least, his parents' dreams. But how long can he stay torn between two worlds? How long before someone finds out about his evenings: about the place he goes to and the woman he sees. Here is a story set in the calm before a storm - after which nothing will be the same for this seemingly happy household.
Ratings & Reviews
8 Ratings &
Really a 'long way' from 'The Guest' to this novel. Beautiful narration. anyone just can connect to the story. Received it yesterday and finished it today. thanks so much for an amazing work Mithali.
For all those people who find difficulty in going for your passion, just go for it. This book will change your view towards life. There are times where you've to jump off the cliff just to explore what's beneath and what's in your self to get away with the consequences. The leap could be terrific but still you must trust yourself and go for it. The adhikari sons go for their passion even after getting thrown out of the house and accomplish them eventually. It talks about friendship and love a...
Awesome is apt word for this novel. A great and very relatable story of youth and their conflicts with life, family, society and inner self. The Adhikari family seems to be staying next door. The characters are very human, their emotions and turmoils are heartfelt. The relations between siblings, friends and the loved ones are so adorable. The narration is lucid and we "see" the entire story unfold before our eyes. A highly recommended book. Nice, commendable offering by Harper Collins and Bl...