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Afterwards When Rahul Tiwari Arrives In Kerala For A Short Break From London, He Has No Premonition Of A Life Changing Moment But One Glance Over The Fence At His Lovely But Reticent Neighbour Maya Is Enough To Launch Him On A Path Of No Return He Finds Himself Playing Friend, Partner, Co Conspirator, And Finally The Entirely Unexpected Role Of Saviour As Maya, Suffocating Under The Weight Of A Loveless Marriage And A Suspicious Husband, Turns To Him For Help With Characteristic Case And Insight, Jaishree Misra Writes In Her New Novel Of The Transforming Power Of Love And Of The Joy And Heartbreak Of Giving Yourself To Another, For Better Or For Worse

About the Author: Jaishree Misra

Jaishree Misra is an Indian author whose debut novel Ancient Promises was published and sold worldwide by Penguin UK and became a major bestseller in India It is now a prescribed text on several University BA Eng Literature courses.

10 thoughts on “Afterwards

  1. says:

    An okayish time pass read Simple moving and predictable plot Didn t find the narration style or character sketch noteworthy The concept is good to elaborate on what happens afterwards when a story dangles at happily ever after state Deals with loss and gloomy aftereffects The depressed state was stretched a bit too much.Not my cuppa.

  2. says:

    Not having much time to read on my hands these days, I picked up this book from my library I have read some other books written by the same author Jaishree sharma and they happen to be quick light reads mostly dealing with family emotions with a bit of romance thrown in them.The main protagonist in this book is an NRI Rahul Sharma who is settled in the UK and comes down to Kerala to lear

  3. says:

    Having read both of Jaishree Misra s earlier works, I was almost given into believing that this was going the same way as Ancient Promises had While the premise and the characters woman, husband, extra marital relationship and a child are recurring, somewhere down the road, there is a fork, and that s when it becomes a good book, not that Ancient Promises wasn t , just that this worked better for

  4. says:

    Couldn t relate to any of the characters, skipped through the pages, story doesn t hold my interest.

  5. says:

    Afterwards remains my most favorite book ever Fell in love with Jaishree for the sensitivity with which she handles the plot and the beauty with which she graces the whole journey of Rahul It shocks, it scintillates, it makes you feel so damp sometimes, but it brings you hope It brings you on the verge of believing that what you thought was the end, was in effect a start I am not a fan of her later books, which we

  6. says:

    Maya was she truly an illusion, or an answer to a soul s call to another She was all that Rahul had ever wantedbut she was not His She was not here to stay A beautiful love story so painful that no one should suffer it, and yet anybody finding a love so powerful is blessed.

  7. says:

    It is a sad book But it makes you want to finish the book in one sitting That is the power of the writing.

  8. says:

    A gorgeous, moving story about love, grief, diaspora and making family I found the musings on stepchild stepparent relationships particularly resonant and it prompted me to organise having glass of wine with my stepmother next week to celebrate our relationship Also learned a bitabout India.

  9. says:

    Interesting take on the not so popular theme of loss and grief Thought provoking.

  10. says:

    A quick and light read, and a tear jerker for the soft hearted Jaisree Misra beautifully captures the pain and emotions arising out of the loss of loved ones in your life But the plot, although well laid out and engrossing, does carry the touch of a mushy Bollywood script.

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