Typically Tanya by Taha Kehar | Book Review
Summary:Meet Tanya Shaukat. Tanya's got a pretty good life, working for Karachi's Daily Image newspaper and smoking-drinking-flirting her way through minor romantic escapades. Sure, there are a few tiny problems. But, so far, she's been handling them well enough - in fact, she's even managed to neatly sidestep the rishtaas her mother's match-making friends keep bringing in. Arranged marriage? No, thank you. She'd like some knee-shaking love instead. But Tanya's carefree life quickly gets complicated after her (erstwhile) best friend Sonia's shaadi is called off when the groom runs away with another woman - the same groom Tanya once got intimate with on a drunken night she would rather not remember. Now it's up to Tanya to set things right. Will Tanya manage to save Sonia's wedding? And will she finally find true love?
Release date:September 18th 2018
No. of Pages:Paperback, 252 Pages
The cover of the book is eye catching. This book is about a girl Tanya who is journalist working for Daily Image at Karachi. She lives with her mother, whose only agenda is to get her daughter married. The story is based based on the friendship between Tanya, Sonia and Hafeez. Tanya's life got complicated when Tanya's wedding called off when the groom ran away with another woman.
The plot of the story is interesting and full of drama. The pace of the story is a bit slow. The book is well written using simple words, making it an easy read. The language used by the author is simple and easy. The writing style of the author is lucid. The characters are hilarious and extremely well-developed and the author has managed to bring out the realism. The book is a quick and light read that you can finish it in a few hours.