Book review of Yours Sincerely Misfit by Swati Bansode

Book review of Yours Sincerely Misfit by Swati Bansode

After reading so many intense and deep books this past month, This book came as a really nice change. Book review Yours Sincerely, Misfit by Swati Bansode


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Book of review Yours Sincerely Misfit by Swati Bansode

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It was such an enjoyable and light read; I relished every bit of it. It is the author’s own story and she has done an incredible work writing it. It was so witty, I have never read anything with so much sense of humor. Even though Tara’s problems were real, the author wrote them so comically, I was laughing even when the she was crying. Actually, I couldn’t stop laughing throughout the book.

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After reading so many intense and deep books this past month, Yours Sincerely, Misfit by Swati Bansode came as a really nice change.

The book is about Tara, a 21 year old who comes from a middle-class family. And like all middle-class families, hers is so very protective. And our protagonist just wants an independent life. She shifts to Mumbai, gets a job but oh! The 9-5 setup doesn’t works for her. She wants to do something different, not a job definitely, like all the new generation kids. She keeps complaining about her life, her situation, her future; she complains about everything, because NOTHING IS AS SHE WANTS!

Her roommate, Aditi listens and shoulders her problems patiently. There is Kshitij, who after hearing about Tara’s constant grumbling, decides on having ‘chai time’ every evening, where he’ll listen all that Tara has to say about. Without judgment.

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It was such an enjoyable and light read; I relished every bit of it. It is the author’s own story and she has done an incredible work writing it. It was so witty, I have never read anything with so much sense of humor. Even though Tara’s problems were real, the author wrote them so comically, I was laughing even when the she was crying. Actually, I couldn’t stop laughing throughout the book.

The book got a little stretched out in middle; the complaining part. Tara’s whining got a too much at a point, and the author could have shortened that bit. Otherwise, it was a perfect read. The writing style is absolutely amazing. The book is set in Mumbai, and the characters’ way of life was depicted so perfectly, I related to it highly. I loved Aditi’s character; the way she supports Tara throughout the book. I loved Tara’s and Khsitij’s ‘chai time’. I don’t know why but I also loved the fact that instead of calling it ‘tea time’, the author called it ‘chai time’. The language is very simple and god…..the wittiness is on another level.

Sometimes all you need is a short, light read. And oh….don’t forget your cup of chai!!

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