A Life Of My Own
Shweta is pregnant after years of issues with infertility. Her husband, Rahul, and his parents force her to consult a doctor who will illegally reveal the gender of the child. When Rahul finds out their child’s gender, Shweta faces a harsh choice–should she save her marriage or her child? Meanwhile, the unborn child hears a voice resonate within.
She asks–who are you? Child, I am God, comes the reply, and a conversation begins.
With elements of magical realism, this poignant novel is an unflinching portrayal of a woman’s innermost struggles in her journey to break free.
The author has done such an amazing job in writing this book. It was very realistic and I found it relatable as well. It was an engaging read and I would definitely recommend this book to anyone who is interested in a good read.