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Two Winters and 365 Days

3.83  ·  Rating Details ·  18 Ratings  ·  7 Reviews
Everyone does not have it in them to work in the media or to make it big in the mad, mad world of the publishing industry. Either one needs to be equally mad or should be a genius. Forced by circumstances, overwhelmed by a personal tragedy, Ananya has no choice but to take up editing of a lifestyle magazine, AFTER-TEA, edging toward its closure. As the story unfolds, ...more
Paperback, 260 pages
Published December 20th 2013 by Partridge Publishing (Authorsolutions)
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Abhilash Ruhela
Feb 04, 2014 Abhilash Ruhela rated it really liked it

Partridge publication is not known to many of us but I would like to inform you that it's a Penguin Random House Company, the one that the two major publishing house have collaborated and created for the authors who want to publish themselves. It's a self-publishing firm for the authors who believe in getting their book published immediately without going through the whole process of checking and evaluating. Whenever I have picked up a book by Partridge, I have never been disappointed and today
Arti Honrao
Feb 17, 2014 Arti Honrao rated it really liked it
The book begins with the scene of accident, the starting point of the book is the ending of Ananya's relationship with her husband who dies in an accident. The end of the book is the starting of the her new and successful life. The in-between pages is the struggle and the hard work put in by Ananya to reach where she does; without affecting her love and affection for her child.
From an unsure person to a confident woman - Ananya can be considered as an inspiration for women who are too afraid to
Ujval Shah
Jan 31, 2014 Ujval Shah rated it really liked it
“Two Winters and 36 days” is a story of Ananya Bhatt who moves back from US to India with her 3 months old baby and story of her thrilling journey, from not-so-experienced editor in lifestyle magazine to national award winner editor with full of excitement, love and emotions. Author has justified each character whether its Ananya’s neighbours – Mrs Mishra and Mrs Verma or Ananya’s boss & owner of “AFTER TEA” lifestyle magazine – Vicky Arora or her college friend – Amanda.

Good beginning sets
Gayatri Aptekar
Mar 04, 2014 Gayatri Aptekar rated it really liked it
The blurb and the cover page hooked me instantly. A soothing cover, with the Mumbai Skyline and a Laptop, a Note-pad, a Teddy Bear, a Rose and a Ring Romantic.

It is a story of Ananya, who picks up the remaining pieces of her crumbled life and turns it into a masterpiece, with the power of hope, hard work, determination, courage and the willingness to take action. Ananya, chooses a career path, where she has nil experience, yet with her ability to learn, experiment and adapt, takes her to unexpec
Meghant Parmar
Feb 07, 2014 Meghant Parmar rated it liked it
A story of a woman who has just experienced pain in her life and is completely brought to terms with this fast paced cruel life.

It's a story of struggle, despair, hope, sorrows and joy. The story has a simple yet captivating narration. The struggle and sorrow have been given a lot of importance which is good on the part of the story. The life's woes keeps the interest intact and it's a book for the hopefuls. The first half has more substance to it than the second half.

The love has taken a backs
Sankalpita Singh
Feb 20, 2014 Sankalpita Singh rated it liked it
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I liked the writing style of the author; descriptive yet not monotonous, detailed yet specific. I also liked the main characters of Ananya and Vicky. The simple girl next door appearance as opposed to her fiery and highbrow professionalism was indeed a great contrast delivered beautifully and as naturally as it could have been possible.
Asit Chaurasia
May 05, 2014 Asit Chaurasia rated it really liked it
Well i loved this book..i specially recommend to women to read this you will surely like it..character of Ananya will inspire you make you serios about your carrier and life and make you independent...:) :) i loved and will surely read the next book of the author..:)

The story described in the book at some stage is so fast that everything happens.
i will give 3.5/5 ratings for this book but i liked this book..:)
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