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#bookreview : Unladylike A Memoir(2015)
By Radhika Vaz @radvaz 🔸Pages: 204
🔸Price:₹299 @alephbookco 🔸Genre: Memoir/Non-fiction
The book is divided into 5 sections:
1) The Wonder Years
➡️Talks about childhood days, the feeling of wanting to belong, discovering friends
2) I Think I May Be A Woman
➡️This title itself speaks a lot!
Being grown up as someone really different, keeping things to herself most of the time - the author talks about growing up, becoming a woman, in a really frank manner while instilling in each and every sentence with effortless humour👍
➡️Talks fondly about having a person who is encouraging and there for her
➡️Getting kicked out of school, speaking up against favouritism & 'ass-kissing'
➡️Exploring new things as one grows up
➡️The frank content on virginity👍
➡️ And on getting drunk
3) Roaring Twenties
➡️Her thoughts on marriage, being single & being desperate
4) Hello 'merica!
➡️Getting settled in America after marriage
➡️The differences she keeps noticing while living there
➡️The life of doing a job as well as being a student
➡️ Getting married!
5) Marriage and It's Aftermath
➡️The days after marriage, what is expected & what happens after marriage 👍This memoir is a complete package of entertainment, fun, humour with cringing, embarrassing moments written in a way that makes the reader feel like our lives are so mundane in comparison! 👍A totally humorous read yet the realities of life clearly portrayed 👍One memoir that talks honest; a person talking of her own self as someone who has no reasons to give explanations on why Radhika Vaz is Radhika Vaz!