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. In this amusing though flawed novel, Kala introduces the Bridget Jones of India. Aisha Bathia is an independent year-old single woman living in New Delhi. : Almost Single eBook: Advaita Kala: Kindle Store.

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I mean, it is a light read. I just did not like the way the book ended.

Very possible situations, relatable zlmost and real reactions to situations – everything we or a friend may have experienced or heard of – in a delightful package.

Very possible situations, relatable characters and real This review first published on Oh Just Books. I have a kid sister who is a lawyer from the London School of Economics; I live at home with my parents and a St Bernard. Tell-A-Tale gets a small share of the purchases you make from the kxla link, helping us bring you the stories you love to read.

Do you agree that getting married later affords you a more developed sense of self, or do you think that it can work the other way around? In what ways does she follow what her culture expects of her, and in what ways does she defy it? What I mean is that I do not think it represents real people, or at least the people of my world.


Forget getting hooked, yet to advaira their hands on their gold-diggers.

Apr 24, Nicole rated it it was ok Shelves: Almost Single is the story of a 29 year old single woman in Delhi looking for advaiha husband. She portrays New Delhi as being as hip and urban as New York.

Almost Single by Advaita Kala. I felt no Indian vibes other than the names, places and the nosy relations. The book is complete fiction as the author says in an interview still closest to Delhi’s uppar-middle class life style. Everytime find it interesting So they are caught between competing demands to be strong and independent while retaining their feminity. Download our Spring Fiction Sampler Now. Jan 28, Kannan Ranganathan rated it it was ok.

Almost Single, a good morale booster initially for ‘almost single’ chicks, u get the drift?

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Please try again later. Jun 29, Sarthak is currently reading it. Sep 02, Punit Sahani rated it really liked it. Apr 09, Borntobepurple rated it did not like it. Read it Forward Read it first. A ten on ten in the al,ost department Phew! Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.

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The book has no perspective to offer about urban working women. It still showed some spark in pockets until I came to the last two capters of the book.

I loved her writing though.


Showing of 12 reviews. There is no freshness to the book. Speaking of characters, at first it seems like everyone other than the protagonist is a caricature. One of them is getting divorced, and the other two are desperately looking for a good matrimonial catch [before they hit the expiry date from the marriage market ;- ]. Humor is a strong point in chick singlr. There are tims when you laugh out loud with Aisha and then moments when you’d like to slap her At 29 she is not supposed to be unmarried.

Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. I loved the narration, very hilarious but very true. Looking for More Great Reads? Want to Almoet saving…. Relatable for any young indian girl. What kind of books do you like to read? Chick lit does not deal with culturally suppressed women. So she has brought western hangovers. Or does she even want to be rescued?

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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. The dialogues were weak,the characterisation look too uplifted from the popular wome I really dont know what was i thinking.

Till the End of Forever.