Do You Know Any Good Boys – Meeti Shroff-Shah

This book was sent to me by Pan MacMillan India in exchange of an honest review The title of this book is an oft-repeated sentence heard in social gatherings and family functions in India courtesy of the parents of girls who have reached ‘marriageable’ age. This age varies according to region, ethnicity and social status of the family, but the question always remains the same. … Continue reading Do You Know Any Good Boys – Meeti Shroff-Shah

The Following Girls – Louise Levene

This book was received through the kind offices of Bloomsbury India in exchange of an honest review  The Following Girls does not refer to girls who follow someone or something. It is instead a very schoolmarmish quote often heard in school classrooms and assemblies, eg – ‘Will the following girls please step out of line?’ or ‘The following girls have been selected for the school … Continue reading The Following Girls – Louise Levene

Manhattan Mango – Madhuri Iyer

This book was sent to me by Fingerprint Publishing in exchange of an honest review. I was very appreciative and extremely honored that Fingerprint Publishing thought of sending me a copy of their book for review. First, I thought the cover is really eye-catching and does complete justice to the story line. For example, I immediately know its a story about the friendship between boys, … Continue reading Manhattan Mango – Madhuri Iyer