You can either live in the shadow of your lies consumed with fear or embrace the truth and freedom – Mitali Meelan (A long way home)
‘There are so many books and so less time’, isn’t it? There are so many books by some wonderful women authors which you’ll fall in love with. Books with a strong plot, crisp storyline and a Strong message. There are books which will make you cry, which will make you laugh and some will leave you puzzled.
Listing some of my favourite books by the women authors that you should read on Women’s Day.
1: A LONG WAY HOME BY MITALI
One of my favourite book, that I recommend to each and every one. It’s a story of two brothers who want to follow their passion. But will they follow because society criticizes when someone wants to do something
Here is a story set in the calm before a storm – after which nothing will be the same for this seemingly happy household. A wonderful book that will touch your heart.
2: THE POISON OF LOVE BY K.R. MEERA
It’s a book that will make you question love. It’s a book with an interesting plot, crisp narration, simple language and Lots of Love and Lust.
Love can be like poison. And nothing can prepare Tulsi for the heartache and betrayal that lie ahead.
Tulsi escapes to the ancient city of Vrindavan, seeking redemption amidst the cries and prayers of its anguished widows. However, when her past catches up with her, old wounds resurface with dramatic consequences.
By turns savage and tender, The Poison of Love is a spellbinding tale of love and sacrifice, pain and retribution, confirming K.R. Meera as one of our most fearless and accomplished writers.
3: FEISTY AT FIFTY BY SUDHA MENON
A Crisp witty read that you’ll love. The author has expressed emotions in a candid way. The author has explored mother-daughter relationship, life at work, everything that we experience in our day to day lives.
The book will bust your myths and show you that life indeed begins at fifty. Feisty at Fifty is both a moving personal story and the ultimate guide to making the fifties the most fabulous decade of your life yet.
4: THREE THOUSAND STITCHES BY SUDHA MURTY
This book is much more than the description. A wonderful book that you’ll love.
The book talks candidly about the meaningful impact of Sudha Murthy’s work in the devadasi community, her trials and tribulations as the only female student in her engineering college and the unexpected and inspiring consequences of her father’s kindness.
On the open road, is a story of Myra, Kabir and Sandy. Each one of them has their own struggles, their own reasons, but have a common dream, to have their own start-up. Myra- a developer, Kabir- Who runs his family Business, Sandy- who leaves college to work on his startup creating Apps, which isn’t successful. Will they step out of their comfort zone? will their dream of a startup come true? And there’s Ramy- who inspires millions from his blog, but no one has seen him, who is he? There’s
6: INVISIBLE TIES BY NADYA A. R.
A saga of love and trials, against a rich contrasting background, Invisible Ties is sure to appeal to the readers.
As Karachi burned in the 1990s, the painfully shy Noor Kamal found refuge in an antique jade mirror stolen from Daisy, her social butterfly mother. One fateful day, the violence hits home as a motley crew of burglars storm the Kamal residence, killing Joseph, the faithful driver who tried to shield Noor and kidnapping Daisy in the process.
Traumatized by the turn of events and succumbing to familial pressure, Noor reluctantly agrees to start life afresh in Singapore as the wife of Meekaal Kalim, an investment banker. Trapped in a loveless marriage, Noor finds succour in studying psychotherapy.
7: THE PALACE OF ILLUSIONS – CHITRA BANERJEE
Ever thought Mahabharat from Draupadi’s point of view? This is the book you should read. The author beautifully explored the relationship between
The Palace of Illusions takes us back to a time that is half-history, half-myth, and wholly magical; narrated by Panchaali, the wife of the five Pandava brothers, we are — finally — given a woman’s take on the timeless tale that is the Mahabharata Tracing Panchaali’s life — from fiery birth and lonely childhood, where her beloved brother is her only true companion; through her complicated friendship with the enigmatic Krishna; to marriage, motherhood and Panchaali’s secret attraction to the mysterious man who is her husbands’ most dangerous enemy.
She and He by Astha Mittal is a book with some wonderful musings. Divided into five parts: Yearning, Joy, Love, Loss and hope the author has beautifully described each and every emotion. The author has penned down the feelings that we witness in our day to day lives. Each musing has a story behind it.
A matured love story with lots of twists and turns.
A series of attempts, hidden letters, awkward emotions and grave family secrets end into loveless insanity behind the bars of a mental asylum Nadia and Durjoy share their fate in. What follows is a flashback they wish they could go back to, what’s left, is a longing and a life, without each other.
It will make you smile at her small victories and will break your heart when she is down. The book would also make you want to hug her and tell her, “Woman, everything will be fine”.
A true story of a working woman who
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