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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This ended up being just another chic-lit with nothing great in the offering. However, when I started, i found this book humorous, witty you can say and of course, wirtten very matter of factly.

The whole advwita is loaded with cliche’s. Two generations, two great loves, one devastating lie But the unfamiliar word should be understandable from the contaxt, or even a glossary. By end of it just glaned through pages to read to end. Share your thoughts with other customers. A feel-good Irish springtime read. A Novel on your Kindle in under a minute.

A Marine on loan to the CIA caught in a conspiracy contrived by those he trusts most. Free with Kindle Unlimited! She includes some exotic details of Indian life. Would you like to tell us about a lower price? 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. In a city where old is advalta new, daughters are surprising mothers, and love is breaking all the rules, this heartfelt and wickedly funny cross-cultural debut novel introduces a smart, irreverent young woman searching for independence and matrimony in a culture bound by tradition.


Amazon Inspire Digital Educational Resources. There were, however, two points that I almodt didn’t like – always considering that it was only a chic-flic: As an Indian woman, Aisha lives in a culture steeped in tradition.

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The protagonist, Aisha Bhatia is 29, single that’s a capital crime over here bj South Asia belongs to a new breed of women who are trying to draw balance between their 5-star independent world of cosmopolitan life style and their orthodox society. I personally very much enjoyed this book, though it was an obligatory course reading. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. That’s really what kept me reading, the quick witticisms.

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Little to like, and even less to laugh about in this story of a shallow, materialistic heroine who meets a uni-dimensional rich hero. If you want to read a good multi-cultural book in this genre, I recommend “Veil of Roses” by Laura Fitzgerald. Her likable heroine, witty dialogue, and slightly saccharine plot will also attract romance readers.

Nov 04, Amalie rated it really liked it Shelves: The second one, Misha, oh I can so totally relate to her, coz she too is vertically challenged like me and suffers from the ‘high-heels-complete-the-look’ syndrome. Your recently viewed items and featured recommendations. Jun 14, Ellie rated it really liked it. Humor was lame and the story quite predictable.


But one day at her hotel, in walks Karan Verma, a sexy investment banker from the Big Apple. A few more details would have been good. There is no freshness to the book.

That said, I don’t understand the negative reviews. Already have an Account? I’m really struggling to pick it back up again. Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews.

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I am only on almist second chapter and reached that months ago. How much of your work has been inspired by your own life and experiences?

I kept hoping for some witty banter or any interesting twist to the story but it was all in vain. But about half a way, it gave exactly what I singls expecting and more and I’m so glad I didn’t put it away. 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 the middle.