The Wedding Tamasha

1. Detailed descriptions of food can keep a foodie gripped onto the book

2. Indian women characters get a good amount of highlight

3. Smallest intricate details of South Indian weddings are a good application for a change of taste

4. Plot could be a little concise as I felt it being dragged too much at some points

5. A very heavy drawback was that it was easily predictable and at one point of time made me feel like I was reading a daily soap script

6. Domestic abuse could have been an important issue to talk on along with the question of forced unhappy marriages

7. The author has tried to make one feel for Shweta and what is she going through

8. Some core Indian parts were very much relatable

9. Along with a catchy title, the book has a pretty cover

10. Decent narration with exquisite simplicity

11. The proposals from Niraj and Kartik occurred too easily to be considered

12. No grammatical errors produce a neat book which is indeed the case with this one

13. The relationship between Max and Shweta failed to convince me at one point of time

14. It’s a smooth sail through the pages

15. A refreshing read for anyone who wants to know more about the Menon sisters

Rating : ⭐⭐⭐/🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟

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