Friday, September 1, 2017

What Kitty Did by Trisha Bora - Book Review

What Kitty DidWhat Kitty Did by Trisha Bora

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Ketaki aka Kitty roy's life is chaotic, confusing, one that gives missed signals - just like any of us millennials'. What Kitty did is a fun, light read and you understand or empathise with the characters, situations or lingo used because it's what you have done or seen or the way you talk. I found the book to be disconnected in a few plot jumps or page flips, but the overall humour, emotions and story made up for it. A nice chic-flick for a weekend in, as Pooja Dhingra suggests. Thank you Trisha for the great read! :)

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About the book -

Kitty Roy has more troubles than she can count on her fingers. Her love life is wonky, her paycheck is shit. She has badly behaved hair and struggles with a sugar addiction. To top it off, her pushy mother has set her up with a gorgeous but stuck-up guy who is sending her mixed signals.

When a diplomat's celebrity wife, Roxy Merchant, falls dead during dinner at their posh central Delhi bungalow, Kitty's boss gives her a chance to write a profile piece and the hint of a promotion. As she works on her article, Kitty realizes there's more to Roxy Merchant's death. She's on to something big, and it can, perhaps, change her current life forever. But Kitty also has a knack for bungling things up majorly.

Set in the winter of her discontent, What Kitty Did is an irresistible caper zipping through the streets of Delhi.

The book is Amazon India's BEST OF THE MONTH, so you definitely have to read it!

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