❤Mrs. Basu’s Uncensored Familism❤

Mrs. Arpita Basu, the only daughter-in-law of Basu family, is here to tell you a story that will leave your stomach hurting with chuckles and laughter. A Chudail to her prim mother-in-law, inexistent to the devil father-in-law, a damped down bomb to her once best friend Naveena and well, nothing whatsoever to her own husband Akash, the 23-year-old finds herself questioning the very concept of familism as her six months of tumultuous married life is hit with unanswerable questions sprouting every now and then in her head.
However, in a split second Mrs. Basu’s life goes kaput as her dark past comes knocking at the door. While she struggles to keep it at bay, her husband leaves her side with no promise of coming back ever.
❤OMG, I swear it was full on fire. The moment I started it, I just couldn’t put it down. Firstly, after many many days I read something which made me happy, which made me laugh so much, I mean it was so jolly altogether. The book follows a concept of newly married Bengali bride, who’s in the house for six months or but she is still confused with her new life and family, the author made everything look so natural and real. I could nake Arpita’s image and I could completely imagine her as a hilarious character. The language was witty yet simple, the writing style obviously nailed everything. I am already a fan of the characters, the book is not just about fun and smiles but touches important topics, it just showcases the struggle of a new bride in a complete new place in just the right way.
It was so unexpected, the way the book proceeds, it helped me understand the thoughts in a new bride’s mind and even now am laughing, I loved the way the story transforms. I will just highly recommend it, it’s amazing if you ignore few errors here and there.
Rating: 4🌟

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