I have Book News fellow bookworms, it’s end of the year and my reading list is pretty relax, just some festivie X–masy books 🎄🎅📔📖
So, it’s the perfect time to catch up and look forward tOthero an upcoming release by a local I. E. Indian Author. Also, I find Indian fiction perfect for quick, entertaining reads with a local, desi flavor.
Today, I am talking about Amitabh Pandey’s upcoming release Love in Lutyens’ Delhi. Now, Lutyen’s is a residential area in the Indian capital Delhi, a pretty famous place. My favorite author has his childhood home here, of course that’s only one of the reasons I find it famous and really posh 😀
Keep reading, do comment and tell me about the upcoming releases you are looking forward to read.
Title: Love in Lutyen’s Delhi
Author: Amitabh Pandey
Publisher: Pan MacMillan India
Releasing: December 22, 2017.
Genre: Modern contemporary romance.
Other books by the author:
Himalayan White and
- Are women in urban India becoming independent, or is it just an illusion?
- Are the young men of India truly liberal? Will they stand by their partners or conform to their traditional family values?
- Have the urban youth been able to break out of their class hangovers?
Akriti ‘Akku’ Patel and Sanjay ‘Sanju’ Saran become friends in
kindergarten, lovers in college, and then
hit the real world. With bureaucrats for parents, Sanju’s world is one of
power, privilege and entitlement.
Akku, on the other hand, is brought up by a single mother – a distinguished
surgeon widowed very young – and an aunt who is a smart and sassy books
editor with commitment problems.
Sanju’s mind is in turmoil as he chooses to abandon his dreams and, like
his parents, looks to the Civil Services for what he thinks will be a
meaningful career. Meanwhile, Akku, armed with a BTech from IIT, is jetting
off to California, land of systems design and fun-loving computer geniuses.
Can their love survive these growing differences? Or will the compulsions
of Lutyens’ Delhi stand in the way of their togetherness?
AMITABH PANDEY studied Economics at St Stephen’s College and Delhi School
of Economics. He taught Economics at an undergraduate college of Delhi
University and then joined the Indian Railways where he worked for
twenty-four years, during the course of which he conceptualized, implemented
and managed the Railways’ online ticket reservation system at the IRCTC. In
2007, Amitabh shifted to the private sector and spent five years building
business software. He now lives in Noida and writes full-time.
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