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Author - Taha kehar
Publisher - Harper Collins
Let's talk about cover first. It is pretty impressive. Looks good and eye catching.
I’ve always enjoyed reading Chick-Lit as they are very easy and full on entertainment.
Story revolves around tanya shakut who is journalist by profession and works for the daily image. She is full of sarcasm loving her life at fullest.
Tanya life gets in trouble when best friend Sonia's shaadi is called off when the groom runs away with another woman the same groom Tanya once got intimate with on a drunken night. And she apologized mamy time for it. Will tanya able to save Sonia wedding ? What about her future?
The character are well developed and described. The book is full of sarcasm. Tanya ia bold, aggressive, independent women. Tanya is Pakistani now you can imagine how bad the story can be.
Finishing this book at the starting of 2019 is one or the great start of new year thw reason is obviously. The hilarious tone of the story and the perfect narration made my day. This book is prefect read who like to read humour part. At some point I feel like story is dragged but, other part is full of entertainment.
Author- Taha Kehar
With Typically Tanya, the author, Taha Kehar, presents the modern, fun- loving, witty and sassy, Tanya Shaukat, a journalist with the Daily Image.
Tanya lives in Karachi with her mother, whose only agenda is to get her daughter married. Tanya's agendas are totally different. She wants to be successful in her profession and enjoy her life. Arrange marriage is a big no for her. She wants to experience the rosy, sweep-me-off-my-feet love. Problems happen in her life when her best friends, Sonia's wedding is called off. The groom, with whom Tanya had had a drunk night, ran away. Sonia blames it all onto her. Then there is Hafeez, Tanya's another best friend. They have this secret love for each other but can't be together. Read the book to be a part of tanya's journey and know if she gets the love she wished for.
The book is a light, breezy read. I like that the author had a clear idea of what he wants to say and did not add unnecessary angles. The book is simply about Tanya's life and emotions and how she deals with love, friendship, heart break and break ups. The writing style is simple, yet engaging. The narration was smooth. I really liked the cover- vibrant and bright- much like Tanya's personality. The protagonist has been smartly written. Each dialogue of hers is dripping with wit and sarcasm and didn't fail to make me smile. It is a perfect sunday read for readers who need a break from intense reading.
This story deals with all the mind boggling and strange situations that our sassy protagonist encounters and navigates through with her savageness and humour.
With multiple topics, like the hysterically extremist politics, crude patriarchy, maintaining friendships and many more, all coalesced into one light hearted read, this book will not fail to entertain you to the core.
While reading the book what I liked the most was how the author has tried to develop the female perspective accurately throughout the work.
I also liked all the details about each and every side character like the gossips of Rishta aunties, the commendable works done by Hassan, the Bakhtu bhai and the Haji scenario. This made the book all the more relatable and fun to read. Personally, I liked the character of Topsy the most!
Coming to the cover and the title, I am literally in love with such a BEAUTIFUL COVER!!! The unique title was also on point!
The writing style was easy and I loved the way the chapters were named. The ending was also different and unlike clichés and I wish if there could be something more about Tanya's journalism work other than her describing it as boring.
Overall, Typically Tanya is a quick, light hearted read perfect for getting you out of a reading slump.
✨Rating: 3.5 / 5
And that is how I met the sassy Tanya Shaukat whose every statement is filled with sarcasm. A journalist by profession, she works for the Daily Image and is quite intent on making a name for herself in the profession. The (im)perfect doctor, living with a dramatic mother who is obsessed with Indian soap operas. Her only fault? She got drunk one night and slept with her best friend's fiance. But don't get her wrong here. She has apologized for it a million times and yet, her best friend hates her.
What's worse is that when that wedding is finally called off (because the boy ran away with some other girl), the best friend blames it all on Tanya. And her other best friend, Hafeez? Well, he loves her. She loves him. But he believes she is just too much for him (like, what the hell?) and ends up doing something completely dramatic, something he can not back out easily from.
What is that thing? What is it that disappoints Tanya so much? Well, that's for you to find out when you pick up the book!
On another note, Typically Tanya is a great holiday read. You can just snuggle up in your blankets and enjoy spending some time with Tanya Shaukat. If nothing more, then you can take a ride with her sarcastic tongue and laugh at the humor she presents you with. Taha Kehar has done a brilliant job providing us with an amazing protagonist