Book Review of Easy Chair the rest of Age by Nishtha Shrivastava
Shreya lives with her grandfather in Mumbai. Her life revolves around her job, taking care of her grandfather, and staying in touch with her beloved, Dev, who is a navy officer. She hardly interacts with her family and despite their repeated attempts to convince her, doesn’t visit them, even on her grandmother’s death anniversary. Did something happen for Shreya to behave in this cold-shouldered manner with her family?
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