Thank you Richa S Mukherjee for the review copy.
Rating : ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐/🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟
Blurb (as behind the book)
Tara is living a blessed life in the maximum city with her husband Abhimanyu, the love of her life. At the pinnacle of her career, she is the apple of her parents’ eyes and hasn’t spotted a wrinkle yet – so far, the 30s are looking great! Nothing fazes Tara – not a foul-mouthed best friend or a food-burning arch-nemesis in the form of her maid – not even a landlady who chats with ghosts. And then, Tara discovers that she’s pregnant, and suddenly, all that well-honed composure crumbles. It doesn’t help that she’s got an equally jittery (if supportive) husband by her side. Now, Tara must face her anxieties about parenthood as she navigates friendships, marriage and career, all the while dealing with the fact that her body and mind are steadily feeling like they belong to someone else. An irreverent, honest and funny journey down the road – potholes and all – to (accidental) parenthood!
Richa’s life has always been marked with abundance. She grew up with three elder sisters, lived in eight cities across India, and went from being a B Com graduate to a journalist, and then landed up in an advertising agency. She would love for you to scribble your thoughts to her on Twitter: @richashrivas, or on email: email@example.com.
- A really cute cover.
- Interesting title.
- An extremely light read which is funny at times too.
- Little less information could have been supplied.
- I being a Bengali loved the Bong elements.
- A relatable read for first time pregnant women.
- Can be finished easily in a single sitting.
- Very smooth is the flow of narration.
- Lucid language.
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