Top positive review
Reviewed in India on 30 May 2019
📙The story is about Abhay who lost his wife to brain cancer leaving behind a son, Ayush, of 2. Sheetal enters into his life as a caretaker of Ayush. Ayush enjoys the company of Sheetal. But, one day Abhay finds out that Sheetal is a transgender. Would he succumb to the societal pressure and sack Sheetal from her job or resist it?
📙It always feels good when the mainstream authors write upon a social issue. Transgenders are always loathed by a mojor sector of society. Certainly they don't deserve the hate they receive. It is not their fault as one can't control the way he/she is born. The author pointed out the issue through this book.
📙The language is pretty simple. You can finish the book in one sitting if you're dedicated, unlike me. I always say that Ajay Pandey's books are light and meaningful; the combo which is hard to find in the scenerio of Indian Contemporary Fiction. Meaningful books are hard to decipher and light books are all about an avarage looking desperate engineer chasing a super-hot girl. Ajay K Pandey breaks the status quo.
📙The thing which disappointed me the most is its cover. It seems like it is designed by an intern (with due respect to the whole community) than a professional book designer. This is surely not expected from a reputed publisher like Westland.
📙Overall, I enjoyed this book and recommend it to everyone looking for a light weekend read.