The narrative is well structured and keeps the reader interested till the end as there are no subplots to cause any confusion. The characters â€“ Anna and her friend are beautifully portrayed. Things seem so life like that you can feel that you are standing next to them when the two are talking to each other.
edited things a little bit. Though reading all the troubles of Anna provoke empathy but somewhere, the reader may feel that he / she wants to move to a lighter point in the story. All in all, quite an awesome start for Rajshri in adult fiction. Go for it!
The only negative if one could think of it as a negative was the fact that in the first part of the story, Rajshri could have
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Published on Aug 25, 2013
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