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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. Almost Single. Is There Such A Thing As A Perfect Relationship? Advaita Kala No Comments | Write Review. Fiction.
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I took this book up for reading rather hesitantly.
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The characterization lacked depth and was bearable only to a certain extent. The chemistry between the main couple was non existent.
LitFlash The eBooks you want at the lowest prices. The wingle and people became way too superficial towards the end, making the climax a bit abrupt and chaotic. But overall it feels like even the author is dragging the story aimlessly.
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There always is a fine line between modernism and traditional values that is well portrayed by Advaita. Feb 24, Pages Buy. Definitely a light read but don’t expect too much in terms of story line. But it’s not working for me.
It’s been a really long time since I read a chick lit I’ve kinda lost appetite for them. Categories Fiction Non Fiction. The whole booked is loaded with cliche’s. Same goes for the ending which comes across rush I needed a light read after a heavy WW2 novel and this came in handy. I really dont know what was i thinking. And people who’ve barely started to enjoy each other’s company fall madly in love with each other, skipping all the steps in between.
There is a message for all the younger generation out there. Most of the parts are very predictable and we have seen and read ziliion times. To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: They try all the tricks of the trade to hunt for their prey, starting from online shopping for spouse on desivivah. You may sure pick this one only to while away a lazy Sunday afternoon or kill in-flight time. Know your limits and know what you want in life. The rapid way in which the concepts of love and courtship are evolving and continue to do so.
Forget getting hooked, yet to get their hands on their gold-diggers. It is nearer to reality, far away from the likes of Mills and Boon. Sex, booze, boyfriends, virginity, arranged marriage, interfering parents — urban Indian women kalw relate to all these. And for that reason this book sorely disappointed. Also, I kept remembering that they maybe are some quotes in it. Maybe it’s my Western perspective and the confrontation with a foreign culture.
Sep 08, Lavanya Nair rated it liked it. There are so many quips per page that even though only around a Almost Single is the story of a 29 year old single woman in Delhi looking for a husband. Mar 13, Shalini M rated it liked it Shelves: Return to Book Page. Look at apmost book a little differently. Almost Single, a good advaia booster initially for ‘almost single’ chicks, u get the drift?
Humor was lame and the story quite predictable. Aisha Bhatia, over-weight, wine-drinking and almost turning thirty single gal works in a grand hotel and has a isngle boss who makes her life difficult as and when he can. The novel offers the idea that a better body, a better wardrobe, a better job, a better man are not yet out of reach.
Her mother is forever calling her and nagging her about the marriage prospects that she keeps declining. Enjoyed the adavita half of the book very much.
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I mean, it is a light read. Jun 14, Ellie rated it really liked it. By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use. I loved her writing though.
This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. A lot of friends getting married, divorced, having kids, and in all the whirlwind, some of us are single. Yet when the handsomely chiseled Karan Verma arrives from New York, Aisha experiences an unexpected attitude adjustment.
Almost Single by Advaita Kala
Aisha Bathia is an singel year-old single woman living in New Delhi working as a guest relations manager at the five-star Grand Orchid Hotel. The second one, Misha, oh I can so totally relate to her, coz she too is vertically challenged like me and suffers from the ‘high-heels-complete-the-look’ syndrome.
The characters clearly have no peace in life and hence after reading all that I lost my peace. When something bad happens to a character, they express their feelings about it, mala what to do next, and then get over it in less time than it takes other novels to describe the room a character walks into. It was a case of trying too hard to be funny but falling flat on the face kind of thing.