Author: Advaita Kala
ISBN/UPC (if available): 9788172236557
“Is there such a thing as a perfect relationship?”
'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 five-stars during my travels; I can name old and new world wines with great elan, and can tell my cheeses apart. I tolerate my job, hate my boss, and bond big-time with my friends, while routinely suffering from umbilical cord whiplash. I don't really care for my vital stats at the moment, and I don't have a cute/funny nickname either. Hence this introduction: it stinks, but it sticks. In fact, sometimes I think there should be support groups like the AA out there for people like me?'
Wickedly irreverent and laugh-aloud funny, Almost Single is a delightful romp through the five-star world of champagne brunches, gay soirees, and the dilemmas of hip, young girls on the lookout for love and matrimony.
‘It’s Sex and the City, Except the city isn’t New York, it’s New Delhi.’
--- New York Post: Required Reading
‘Cheeky new writing breaks shackles.’
--- Washington Post
‘…. Written with disarming honesty and occasional glimpses of staggering wisdom.’
--- Indian Express
‘Irreverent with a whacky sense of humour, Almost Single touches you with its insight into the world of single.’
‘Kala’s book has liberal doses of humour and sometimes great insight about the most frivolous things…’
--- India Today.
‘Kala achieves what many cannot – she makes her readers laugh aloud.’
--- Publishers Weekly