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Life and Times of A Twenty Something

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Book Blurb:-There is so much that happens in our twenties.Graduation, first job, first salary, staying away from home, dating, being broke, being bored with the job that you worked so hard to get, and relatives and neighbours sneakily trying to find a suitable bride/groo
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Anmol Rawat
Jun 21, 2017 rated it really liked it
I have often been on Reema's blog and there's one thing you would notice when you read her posts and that is the authenticity of emotions. The A to Z challenge had kept me too busy to read all the dear bloggers, but I did made up a list of bloggers in my mind whom I had to read later. Reema was one of them!
Coming to the book, I think it's genuine from her heart, out of her own experiences and those of people around her. It binds you and makes you nostalgic of similar moments in your own life. I
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Vadassery Rakesh
Jul 15, 2017 rated it liked it
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Reema D'Souza has sketched out the reality of a twenty something lady through these 26 chapters. The struggles, stereo-types, social stigmas, social pressures all nicely stitched togeher making it a nice and easy read. I completed it in one sitting. I would suggest it to anyone who's taking a long flight, a perfect read to pass 2-3 hours.

Some of the things that appealed to me are :-

Staying away from home, the feeling resonates with me when I joined the Engineering college hostel, and suddenly st
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Prakash Hegade
Jun 17, 2017 rated it really liked it
Covers most of twenty something life events which most of us go through and its a pleasant read. Of the stories told from A to Z, "E(X)ES AND OHS" was my favorite read!
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Anybody who has lived through their twenties will relate to this book.

Reema covers the highlights and the more subtle experiences that people in their twenties experiences. Whether it is the first step out of their home, or experiencing a more matured love, or the new friendships that you cultivate... Firsts of many things like job/salary and the highs that come with it; break ups/failures and the lows that come with it.

It was a fun and light read that kept me engaged for a couple of hours.
Roma Gupta
Jun 26, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Felt like I met myself of some years back. This was a wonderful recap.
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