The questions and discussion topics that follow are intended to enhance your reading of Advaita Kala’s Almost Single. We hope they will enrich your experience. My name is Aisha Bhatia, I am twenty-nine years old and single. I work as a Guest Relations Manager at the Grand Orchid Hotel. I dine at luxury hotels and stay. : Almost Single eBook: Advaita Kala: Kindle Store.
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The story is light, fluffy, heartwarming, witty and funny. Jun 29, Elysal rated it did not like it. We are experiencing technical difficulties. The whole booked is loaded with cliche’s. Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. What a worthless piece of crap this book was. I did like the ending, the author avoids the expected cliche for a more modern turn. I took this book up for reading rather singlw. Books of the Week. Almost Single, a good morale booster initially for ‘almost single’ chicks, u get the drift?
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Will he finally be the one to rescue her from impending spinsterhood? Any comparison to Bridget Jones is a terrible insult to that book’s author. Dec 21, Aanchal rated it it was ok. They try all the tricks of the trade to hunt for their prey, starting from online shopping for spouse on desivivah. The author does serve up a clever turn of phrase, and her depiction of the pressure on women in India to marry is interesting.
The only reason why I finished reading this book was because I had started reading it. We hope they will enrich your experience of this delightfully funny look at finding love. May 11, M rated it liked it. Stay in Touch Sign up. There was no glossary. Kindle Cloud Reader Read instantly in your browser. A ten on ten in the humour department but not quite satisfied with the content.
We are experiencing technical difficulties. Feb 27, Ranjita Sk rated it did not like it. Suddenly out of nowhere everything falls into place. The best parts are the emotional and societal events in a 29 year old single, surviving alone, pressured with a high profile, higher expectant job title, with a f This book is a complete hilarious with loads of fun factor. All the more difficult to choose one from umpteen ectypes.
Terse, urban and bold She works in a 5-star hotel.
Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Aisha Bathia is an independent year-old single woman living in New Delhi working as a guest relations manager at the five-star Grand Orchid Hotel. The Indian Bridget Jones, only wittier and funnier!
Yet when the handsomely chiseled Karan Verma arrives from New York, Aisha experiences an unexpected attitude adjustment.
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The worst part is that I could not understand why the hero falls in love with the heroine. Reading this book reminded me quite a bit of Pride and Prejudice not coincidentally, other GR reviewers found it reminiscent of Bridget Jones’s Diary. I wish Advaita Kala better luck in the next book.
February 24, Sold sdvaita It is funny in bits and parts.
Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Aisha, the heroine, is a self-centered, self-absorbed, incompetent, lazy, scheming party girl who drinks like a fish and lies like a rug.
Think about things that would truly make you happy, and content with your self first and then with the kidn of life kalw have. Inspired akla Your Browsing History. Questions and Topics for Discussion 1. Apparently, gay men drool over every hot guy they come across. Do you agree that getting married later affords you a more developed sense of self, or do you think that it can work the other way around?
A few more details would have been good. She includes some exotic details of Indian life.
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Same goes for the ending which comes across rush I needed a light read after a heavy WW2 novel and this came in handy. With her two best friends, Misha and Anushka recently divorced from her cheating husbandBathia searches for love, trying everything from online dating to fasting during Karva Chauth, the traditional Hindu festival for married women. The novelty of the Indian setting is little compensation for the banal prose and plot.
Laughter, love, long-kept secrets. She includes some exotic details of Indian life.