Top critical review
Good book, bad grammar.
Reviewed in India on 22 December 2015
The writer, as is her specialty, has taken on yet another mythological story and tried to give it a feminist narrative. I have read all her three novels. Coming back to 'Menaka's Choice', the subject has been dealt with well, the intimate scenes have been done tastefully, and the denouement is very good. However, the single recurring issue that has marred the effect of this book for me is the unpardonable number of spelling and grammatical errors (on almost every other page). Just like any other product that is sold, the buyer, or in this case, the reader, expects value for money. Sadly, my reading experience has been largely diluted due to these pointless errors. The writer/publisher could do well to hire a good proofreader for the next edition of this book or the next novel, whichever comes earlier.