- Paperback: 288 pages
- Publisher: Readomania (1 December 2018)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 9385854747
- ISBN-13: 978-9385854743
- Package Dimensions: 19.8 x 13.2 x 2.4 cm
- Average Customer Review: 25 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #1,19,766 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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About the Author
Harshali Singh is a New Delhi-based author. She has completed her tenure as a member Judge at the Consumer Forum recently.
An academician with a decade of experience of working with pre-primary age group in different capacities ranging from Operations Head to the Curriculum and academic head, she, as a teacher trainer conducts workshops to enhance proficiency in advanced teaching methodologies.
She is a trained Occupational Therapist from the Institute of The Physically Handicapped and also holds a Bachelor’s degree in Education as well as an LLB degree.
While handling these demanding jobs she managed to take out time for her passion, that is, painting and also held an exhibition of her exclusive, vibrant paintings at the India Habitat Centre in 2014.
A Window to Her Dreams, a contemporary adult fiction is her first novel, published by Readomania. It is the first book in a series of seven books.
The Anatomy of Choice is the second book of the series.
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Using words of different language origins as titles of each chapter makes it unique.Emotional drama written intelligently .Mesmerizing style for all language lovers.
Noorie of older century and Bhavya of today have been interwoven with beauty having their own struggle as for both choice is a challenge.
A must read....
The way the character of Bhavya, a woman who is free spirited yet vulnerable is woven is beautiful. The pain, the heartache, the longing of a woman who has made her own choices and has to deal with the consequences, touches you.
All in all an unputdownable book as you live the book till the end. Great work by the author Harshali Singh.
it narrates the life of a second daughter of a big family
though the start is a bit racy, soon you are drawn to the intricacies of a relationship between a man and a woman in today time which is wonderfully juxtaposed to an independent thinking woman of the past "Noorie".
The Havelli does become a wonderful sutradar
from my side a must read ...
I think this story has a making to go on to be TV series or movie!!
On one hand it’s a family drama, full of characters with secrets. On the other hand, it’s a story of choices one has to make and consequences of those choices. Uma is a practical mother who wants her daughter to decide for her life. Bhavya’s relationship with her siblings is also not that pleasant. In the meantime she finds Norrie’s diary. Noorie was a courtesan in the same haveli, long time ago. This old diary gives Bhavya a sense of relief and solace. Though centuries apart, both of these women were going through the same turmoil in life and struggling to come out of the past.
I loved reading this book. Language is rich and impressive with engrossing narration and storytelling. As compared to major part of the book, first few chapters looked too ordinary and considerable racy content. The author managed to balance two storylines from different eras really well. Also, title of each chapter, is derived from different languages which makes it interesting and also gives you a hint of what you might find in each chapter.
A good and interesting light read! Go for it!