Today we are announcing the 15th book to be given for review under theÂ book reviews program! Thank you for to all those who have expressed their interest and we look forward to your continued support. The book that we announce today is based on marriage and relationships, and the author quizzes us by asking,Â it is all about meeting the RIGHT people, or is it what happens when you meet the WRONG people?
Arranged marriages and mothers put together is a hilarious combination. Maybe someone should write a book on it, thoughtÂ Ruchita Misra. And this book is a product of such thoughts. PresentingÂ The (In) eligible Bachelors as the 15th book under book reviews program! 🙂
We are giving awayÂ 30 copies of The (In) eligible Bachelors. Here’s the excerpt:
Arranged marriages are complicated things. So are mothers. And so are relationships.
Kasturi Shukla is a fresh MBA graduate with a great job in hand. She is also geeky and single at twenty-four. The biggest sore spot in Kasturi’s life is her dominating, arranged marriage obsessed mother now hell-bent on getting her married at the earliest.
Does Kasturi find love in one of the rather weird but IIT/IIM boys that Mum manages to â€˜shortlist’? Or perhaps she can follow her wildly beating heart that seems to be set on the Greek God incarnate that her boss, Rajeev sir, is?
With office buddies Ananya and Varun by her side, the hilariously fumbling Kasturi embarks on a rip-roaring journey to find Mr Right.
The (In)eligible Bachelors, which chronicles Kasturi’s daily diary through this time, is a riotous adventure of adrenaline, laughter and guffaws.
It is also an invaluable lesson in love, family and friendship.
- A witty take on the system of arranged marriages, the marriage market that rules the Indian society.
- A witty and humorous easy-to-read writing style makes for a good read.
- The creative chapter headings arouse the what-next quality.
Know the Author:Â Ruchita Misra is an MBA graduate and triple gold medallist from the Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, Delhi. She reads anything and everything she can lay her hands on and is an unembarrassed fan of all things Bollywood. She currently works in London where she lives with her husband.
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