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. 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. 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.

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Most of the parts are very predictable and we have seen and read ziliion times.

Somewhere a clock is ticking, though as far as Aisha is concerned, it can be cheerfully drowned out by laughter over a champagne brunch. The genre consists of books written of women, by women and for women.

This ended up being just another chic-lit with nothing great in the offering. I need to disconnect and feel that urge within me to start writing again, some sort of trigger. Customer has also viewed.

Preview — Almost Single by Advaita Kala. Jan 28, Kannan Ranganathan rated it it was ok. Anushka is already married, but soon up for a divorce, which makes them even more hopeful as Aisha advajta that the divorced guys, or the “second sherwani guys” as she likes to call them are in for the real thing the second time around.


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In fact, sometimes I think there should be support groups like the AA out there for people like me. Do you think that Aisha grows throughout the novel? Overall, don’t spend your money but if you get a chance, why not pick it up. By end of it just glaned through pages to read to end. The novel offers the idea that a better body, a better wardrobe, a better job, a better man are not yet out of reach.

Of the three, Anushka being a divorcee happens to be the most sensible one helping out the other two with their perfect makeovers and being a shoulder to cry on during their lows ‘Ugh! Thanks for telling us about the problem.

LitFlash The eBooks you want at the lowest prices. Not losing hope about getting hitched but at the same time staying perfectly happy and enjoying their singledom. I needed a light read after a heavy WW2 novel and this came in handy. Trivia About Almost Single. But then, I do not know any hard-partying, pagetype people.

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But this instead was about 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 The only reason I want to write this advaits, is to tell how much I hate this book. I have always written but it has been a very private endeavour, mostly an attempt to make sense of the world around me.


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However, when I started, i found this book humorous, witty you can say and of course, wirtten very matter of factly. There cant be any spoilers cuz the plot is very predictable. But if you’re looking for a look at the Indian culture’s treatment of marriage, even Chetan Bhagat’s 2 States would be a better pick.

This book represents eight of my hard-earned dollars flushed down the toilet. Her mum, cousin and aunty and friends give the right amount of spice to it.

Open Preview See a Problem? Sep 02, Punit Sahani rated it really liked it. The dialogues were weak,the characterisation look too uplifted from the popular women drama shows advvaita are a gay couple Ric and Nic really.

We are experiencing technical difficulties. I get into phases and then read books specific to that style or genre. You may also sjngle. Mar 31, Samir Dhond rated it liked it. 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.

Do you defy what your culture expects of you in any ways?