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Already have an account? The only possible way I could have had my unique set of experiences is by living my life as it is, and that means dying when I die. I also remind myself that the experience of dying is not unique to me.
Finally, I feel it has helped to process the whole issue selflessly. This approach seems to help deflate the hype that terminal diagnoses carry. Stoicism, I feel, is more effective than grief: a simple reality-check helps to set my perspectives in place.
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Sort order. Oct 29, Anusha Venkat rated it it was ok. The story is about a young girl, Tulika who happens to face a rough phase in her life, followed by a series of transformations, something we all face during our lifetime. The story is narrated through the voice of the Tulika's friend as how she faced the changes, her emotional swings, and her ultimate decision. This is the author's first book, who is a student herself and she has done a quite decent job with this book.
Though the girl could use some much-needed help with her Grammar.
I personally The story is about a young girl, Tulika who happens to face a rough phase in her life, followed by a series of transformations, something we all face during our lifetime. I personally found it a but difficult to follow and understand a few lines she was trying to say.
Overall, it was a good effort by the author. View 1 comment.
Mar 05, Shah Saguna rated it it was ok Shelves: owned-books. Not something that you cannot miss. A good effort from a young writer.