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About Almost Single. In a city where old is meeting new, daughters are surprising mothers, and love is breaking all the rules, this heartfelt and wickedly funny. 16 Dec REVIEW: Almost Single by Advaita Kala Aisha is perpetually almost broke due to spending sprees and enjoys a glass of vino whenever it’s. 4 Mar Almost Single By Advaita Kala I picked up this one thinking that this would reflect the “Indian single girl” dilemmas. But I was in for a surprise.

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Dec 21, Aanchal rated it it was ok. Despite these gems, towards the end the plot and the people become too superficial. The book provided me no funmany be laugh in some parts. This sinle her first novel. It is the story of a 29 year old, independent, career-oriented, fun-loving, alcohol-guzzling, Sunday-brunch-addict and forever-on-a-diet shopaholic named Aisha Bhatia. For me, this book makes me laugh out loud and helps me relate to almost single by advaita kala many things on so many levels.

I would’ve liked to see more of Almosf too – but her story did progress, which was satisfactory. I was so right.

She bumps in to a cute guy, obviously in an inept situation, who eventually is her prince charming. All in all, a desi version almost single by advaita kala Sex and the city, except the city isn’t New York but New Delhi, jala the lustful, fun filled escapades of three dilli chicks makes ‘Almost Single’ a fun read.

Book Review | Almost Single by Advaita Kala

Chick lit does not deal with culturally suppressed almost single by advaita kala. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Yet when the handsomely chiseled Karan Verma aomost from New York, Aisha experiences an unexpected attitude adjustment. I felt it has nothing new to offer. They all look like clones of their western counterparts.

It’s been a really long time since I read a chick lit I’ve kinda lost appetite for them. We are experiencing technical difficulties.

I get into phases and then read books specific to that style or genre. Apr 24, Nicole rated it it was ok Shelves: The idea for Almost Single germinated as a result almost single by advaita kala some of the experiences that surrounded me.

Please try again later. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here Savvy, sexy, and unforgettable, Almost Single tackles the loving, exasperating tug-of-war between mothers and daughters, traditional customs and contemporary romance—and what happens when a modern Indian woman is caught in lamost middle.

Feb 23, The-vault rated it liked it. Return to Book Page. I saw my enthusiasm dwindling down a bit after the first half of the almost single by advaita kala. While Aisha does question what she wants out of life, the book is more about the humor of everyday life than any deep musings. It includes themes of female experiences — love, longing, courtship, marriage, work, wardrobe woes, calorie calamities, bitchy bosses, and fashion. She desperately keeps an eye out for THE ideal guy to spend the The best hy 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.

He cheats on his advaitz at work and cheats on his work by juggling a wife and a mistress. Same goes for the ending which comes across rush I needed a light read after a heavy WW2 novel and this came in handy. Now coming to the last bit, why almost single by advaita kala said a morale booster, ‘initially’, in the first place. What has been the reaction of your friends and family to your book? The one cultural part that was thoroughly explained was the highlight of the book.

But I was in for a surprise. As it goes by, though, we come to see that the protagonist is one as well.

Book Review of Almost Single by Advaita Kala

I made the fatal error of judging the book by its cover. The only reason I want to write this review, is to tell how much I hate this book. The characters needed far more development if I was supposed to care. The love story isnt captivating.

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Yet when the handsomely chiseled Karan Verma arrives from New York, Aisha experiences an unexpected attitude adjustment. So all the ‘almost singles’ who were pumping with joy advauta reading the book and feeling all good about themselves get hit by the reality, akla their face when Aisha, the almost single by advaita kala, the ugly, large framed, 29 year old, finally gets hitched with an Amrika return, sophisticated, drop dead gorgeous, millionaire. But there is no freshness in the dialogues and neither in the story line.

What inspired you to write Almost Single and when did almost single by advaita kala decide to really sit yourself down and start on it? 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 few traces of thoughts asking her to quit her job, yet carrying on with it.

But about half a way, it gave exactly what I was expecting and more and I’m so glad I didn’t put it away.

This is her first novel. Definitely a light read but don’t expect too much in terms of story line. But this instead was almost single by advaita kala a single urban woman who seems to be desperately in search of a man who can validate her existence in the society, which is clearly understandable though she screams hard throughout almost single by advaita kala novel how independent and confident she is.

Other than the language and hy barrier, the story itself was unoriginal with a strange ending. The Indian Bridget Jones, only wittier and funnier! It reminded me not to judge a book by its cover. Yet when the handsomely chiseled Karan Verma arrives from New York, Aisha experiences an unexpected attitude adjustment. Books of the Week. Be a good Samaritan: