Jenny knows how to write captivating fiction that's not afraid to be honest.This is the story of a woman who is married to men who are one and a half wives: one wife for "conjugal rights" and a wife for everything else. The story follows her on the path to self-discovery and empowerment from a journey of self-empowerment.The book is interesting, fascinating, and well-written, but it's the voice
I was recommended to read this book by a colleague, and I found it to be an interesting read. It's about a young woman, Meghna, who has been married for a year to a man of 25 years her senior and is on the verge of divorce. Her husband is a high-powered attorney with an Ivy League degree. Her story is told through a series of interviews, as she is interviewed by the New York Times, Oprah, and a therapist. She finds herself
I am completely blown away by this book. I was drawn in by the cover and the title, but I wasn't expecting to be as captivated by the characters and the plot as I was. This is a riveting story that had me flipping the pages with urgency and fear that something bad would happen to Myra, the protagonist. I was so worried for her and I felt so deeply for her that I still feel the emotion of reading it on a daily basis. The ending left me with
I needed to write a literature review about One And A Half Wife and Theater Boy books. I read One And A Half Wife with pleasure and got an A+ for my book review. Meghna Pant is a wonderful writer.