A social satire set in Philadelphia over the course of a single day. It follows the experiences of a young IT manager, his former singer fiancée and his skeptical grad school student brother as they confront their choices during a funeral and an...
"This book is in three parts and each part defines how Maya Shanbag sees her mother and herself in a different context. She idolizes her mother in the first part and because of this she sees herself failing as a mother when she can't live up to tho..."
"I was looking forward to reading this book because I, like Sopan's parents, grew up in Kolkata and am their age group and had a similar upbringing. But, that's where the similarity ends. The Deb family has been dysfunctional and as I see it not ne..."