If you havent read a good book for some time, this one is for you.
Its a light read; but written in a stylish manner.
The introduction tells you that this is an autobiography, and you'll love the journey right from her childhood.
I felt its a bit bold and requires guts if all of it is true - telling the world that includes your relatives and friends about how you felt about your parents, siblings, friends, crushes and more. But on second thoughts, why not?
You will identify with Gauri or her friends as she narrates her life, and how they see the world. Its not a hilarious book, but it'll bring a smile to your face.
I'll give this book a 3.99 out of 5... not exactly a 4. Somewhere I felt there are too many men - there is a portion where she meets a person named 'Kamal' - I closed the book after that sentence, for I needed a break. But Kamal turned out to be a woman, and although her role is small, it is critical.
The ending is nice, albeit a bit sudden.