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Book details
  • Genre:FICTION
  • SubGenre:Short Stories (single author)
  • Language:English
  • Pages:150

Marriages Are Made In India

by Lakshmi Raj Sharma

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Overview

Travel to India from the comfort of your ebook with this delightful collection of stories. Mr. Sharma’s stories combine subtle humor with deep empathy for the human condition, where his rich cast of characters rarely get what they seek but push forward as they necessarily must. Witty, fun, and full of the wonderful imagery of India, these stories are sure to entertain and inform readers looking to escape via the literary imagination of a master storyteller.

Description

"I totally loved this book. It was not at all what I expected from the title but I was curious enough to look at the first chapter. Following that, I wanted to know more and was captivated by the people within. Every chapter was a story in itself, and every story was different in style and intrigue."

                                     Amazon Review

"I really enjoyed this book. I found the stories within very amusing and the narrative flowed easily I thought the characters were true to life."

                                      Amazon UK Review

About the author

Lakshmi Raj Sharma is a professor in the Department of English and Modern European Languages at the University of Allahabad. He is the author of The Tailor’s Needle and has written several books and articles on literary criticism and literary studies.

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