The Sari Shop Widow - Shobhan Bantwal - OK OK Types

Finished reading the Sari Shop Widow by Shobhan Bantwal. Nothing great about it.

Anjali owns a store in U.S called Saris and Sapphires. She is a widow, having lost her husband Vikram to a Neural Problem. She is 37 and is actually fed up of life. Its been seven years since Vikram died, and Anjali is on the verge of a breakdown. Her financials are at an all time low and the only alternative they have is to sell off every bit of the store and head back to India.

Enter Jeevan, her father's elder brother whom she hates, along with Rishi, a Consultant - one who specialises in giving life to dead businesses. Together they decide to finance Anjali's shop to make it bigger and better and provide the Kapadia's with a solution.

Is Rishi interested in Anjali ? What is the relationship between Jeevan and Rishi ? Do they succeed in getting the store re-opened successfully is the crux of the story.

Actually, the book is run-of-the-mill stuff. Not actually impressed. No offence meant, when I say that it reads more like the Mills and Boon stuff. Cliche'd dialogues.

Not worth your time, if you consider Time as money.
My rating :- 4/10

P.S:- I found nothing worthwhile to even quote !! :( :(

Saturday, September 18, 2010 by Hari
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