Losing My Virginity and Other Dumb Ideas ePUB ✓

Losing My Virginity and Other Dumb Ideas Read when you have nothing better to do with time you have I think it is high time I wish I'd not read this is added to the BookshelvesTag statusSeriouslyWhat a waste of time over someone's lack of ideas The title itself is so catchy that anyone who has a glance of the book would be curious to read it Just as I was And I must say the book had me glued to it right from the start It's not as if it's a great piece of literature neither is it in conventional terms a great intellectual pick But this book would be relatable to so many 'virgin Indian women' in their late twenties or thirties just like I am Period I liked this book because it felt like I was reading my own story Something I'd do if i was 30 still unmarried and virgin and finding a lack of men who are intellectually stimulating Kaveri the protagonist of this book is probably like many other Indian women who are reaching 30 yet haven't 'done it' and feel like they're completely useless And in the attempt to 'de virginise' themselves the word used by the author here they end up dating men who have nothing in common with them The book also states the fact that it's okay if our 'one great love' didn't really work out because hey there will be many you find to love and cherishOverall a good read especially amidst reading serious non fiction this book is like a splash of cool water on a dusty summer day Thumbs up Madhuri Banerjee at your attempt in creating a desi 'Sex and the City' One of the worst book I ever read The story is so cheap in content The writer had just one line to say and for that she used 232 pagesI don't know how Penguine agrees to publish such book I will not read Madhuri any 05 STARS I don't understand why do I take such rubbish reading decisions under people's influenceMe for about 2 HOURS which I gave into reading this PS To all the people who loved this for the sake of sanity please do not recommend this to anyone With a very conversational writing style the book has a great beginning The title is a catchy one and makes you pick up the book Adventures of an Indian woman to lose her virginity it was interestingI loved the first few pages The way she describes about guys and how they didn't suit her taste was hilarious Of course a guy would hate that section but an independent woman who likes to have a standard when picking guys would love such a sectionThe book went on a downhill then onwards The whole thing with Arjun just seem very unreal and stupid On one side you're a very smart character and suddenly you become dumb? It happens in love but after a point it seems unreal It just doesn't suit the character who I started following from the beginning of the bookAfter the Arjun section it was totally like WTF What is happening in this book? What is she doing? You just wait for the book to get over then Interesting read A book you can just laze around and read on weekends Very boring book I dint even complete it left it after reading 34th The book knitted very closely in line with the story of any average middle class girl striving to become popular do something extraordinary in life and above all a 30 yr old virgin who wants to get laidNot very extraordinary and a time pass read Kaveri the protagonist of the novel is a 29 year old who is soon turning 30 She is a single woman who is in search of her true love that has eluded her this far She is an interpreter by profession and has mastered seven languages She has read many books on men and how to land a date yet she struggles to find a perfect partner Her friend Aditi who is uite experienced in terms of love and relationships offers to help her by arranging dates for Kaveri After a slew of unsuccessful dates she does finally end up in a relationship which is kind of ephemeral with the man but true and eternal with her own self The plot of the novel progressively moves from Kaveri being a lonely 30 year old single woman who is going through the roller coaster ride of a romantic relationship to her discovering her own individuality

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