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If you write from your heart , you can make a beautiful story out of the people around you and the things you see everyday and Preeti Shenoy does exactly that. She is a master storyteller. IN IHFAR Preeti tells the story of Vee and how she transforms from a 18 year old moony-eyed teenager to a baddass single mom. Each character from Vee's life is unique and interesting. Some books can be judged by their covers and when you start reading IHFAR you know the cover does justice to the story. The ride is indeed spectacular. A must read --Rupalim Feb 21, 2015
About the Author
Preeti Shenoy is among the highest-selling authors in India and has been featured on the Forbes India long-list of the most influential celebrities. India Today has named her as being unique for being the only woman in the best-selling league. She has given several talks in many educational institutions including the IITs and IIMs.
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- ASIN : 9384030740
- Publisher : Westland Books Private Limited; new edition (10 December 2014)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 280 pages
- ISBN-10 : 3930310287
- ISBN-13 : 978-3930310289
- Item Weight : 130 g
- Dimensions : 12.9 x 1.78 x 19.81 cm
- Country of Origin : India
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Once Again, thanks madam for giving us some extraordinary literary works..!
Overall the story plot is good with different aspects of life embedded in it.
This book can be recommended as an one time read.
Preeti shenoy bks are written beautifully abt emotions and relationships in simple eng for mass accessibility and absorption.
I love her reads, each unique and conveying an important life lesson.
This one talks abt teenage crush, love, the immaturity, the impatience, the mistakes, the effects it has on our like in the long term..abt life choices..about dilemma and decisions.
There a strong single mother, a very smart kid and a dog creche.
A beautiful story, worth reading, every bit!
Don't wanna give any spoilers.
I read it in oct 2018 & reread it now, in oct 2020 and found a dried crouton 🍀leaf and was so happy n nostalgic.
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When a strong, self- dependent and bold lady, Vipasha, known to her friends as Vee, makes a choice that changes everything, she is left to wonder if life really holds any reason at all. The story starts with Vee lying in a hospital after making the biggest decision in her short 18-year-old life.
Vee, loving and carefree, is overridden by lust at the ripe age of 18; she lands up pregnant and has to make the final call on whether to keep the child or not. She chooses to become a single mother, which leaves her modeling career and personal life in mayhem.
After being deserted by her family and Ankush, the man she thought she loved, she finds comfort and love in her son, Aryan.
The story fast-forwards to sixteen years later and we see a new Vee. Working between two jobs to keep bread on the table, her relationship with her son is emotionally stirring and elating to read. While Aryan hopes his mother finds her Prince Charming, Vee nurtures her secret crush on the quirky vet, Saurabh.
This small world where Vee survives is ripped into shreds when two major twists hit her life. An accident at her dig-boarding facility and the return of Ankush into her life bring chaos flowing in all ways. As Vee, Aryan and Ankush get into a roller-coaster heading straight to nowhere, the reader enjoys their bumpy ride.
A medium length bk around 260pages, capable of being finished in max 2 sittings!
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The story, the way it started felt promising and interesting. Somewhere midway it lost steam for me, when the thread of Vee getting involved with Saurabh, was abondened.
The only character which was well etched was of Vee, apart from her no one stood out. I expected Saurabh to play more role in Vee's life, so that it would have been difficult for her decide between Ankush and Saurabh. That thread felt incomplete.
Why was the mother vindicated? I couldn't understand.