We dont meet people by accident. They are meant to cross our path for a reason. Every person is a New door to a different world.
Author: Nandini Dhanani
Publisher: Become Shakespeare
Finding Myself by Nandini Dhanani is a journey of Priya who just returned from overseas.
When she’s back, her parents started pressuring her for marriage. Is she ready for a wedding? For arrange marriage?
It starts with finding Mr Right for herself which she ends up by going for a meditation camp to find herself.
Firstly, I loved the cover and the title of the book. It’s the reason for a quick review. The plot of the story is interesting with some twists. The narration of the story is crisp. The author tries to keep the reader engaged throughout.
The book started in a wonderful way, but with coming chapters, and some unnecessary details it starts making the reader a bit tedious. Though I loved the climax of the book. The author sequenced the events well.
There were some details which I found missing. If the author has added some background of each character, would have made this story more interesting. The characters that the author made are strong and connecting.
The pace and the flow of the book are smooth and simple. The language used by the author is simple and easy.
The writing style of the author is lucid. One can relate to the story well.
The author beautifully portrayed Father- Daughter relation. This book has lots of drama and dialogues keeping the reader invested in.
Overall, It’s a good book with a simple plot and crisp narration. It’s a light and a quick read. This book is for beginners.
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Priya Wadhwani’s life is complicated as is her fate.After breaking her engagement with Gaurav, catching him kissing her best friend on their engagement day, she flees to London. Her life seems to be overflowing with wrong choices ranging from drugs to men. As she decides to come back to her roots; India, she meets her Mr.Right – Ajai Mirchandani. Succumbing to lust on the eve of Ajai’s wedding, Priya is determined to change. Her family struggles to find her a perfect groom. They finally succeed but… Priya still doesn’t get her happily ever after. While her dysfunctional family tries to keep up appearances. Priya takes charge of her life after a life-changing event.Will Priya find what she is searching for?Will she finally get her happily ever after?
Nandini Dhanani was born in Mumbai, raised in Dubai and lived in Malaga, Spain. She currently lives in Mumbai. Wife of a businessman and mother to three kids, Nandini has always put the family at the apex of her priorities. They have been her learning curve. Nandini’s writings have appeared in a local English newspaper ‘Sur’ in Malaga and has served as a celebrity columnist for an Indian magazine ‘Aaina’ popular in the Balearic region. In Mumbai, she made a significant contribution as an educator at Podar International School. Her cross culture influences have helped shape Nandini’s writing sensibilities. After experimenting in script writing, her passion stirred her to write fictional literature which brings us to her debut book.