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Monday, 6 April 2015

A Painful Ordeal by Aditi Chopra

Another piece of NRI (Non-Resident Indian) fiction from an NRI author.  Aditi Chopra’s fiction is incredibly simple and at the same time, incredibly deep. It gives an insight into the life of the Indian diaspora, particularly the US based NRIs.  This particular piece is not a romance, unlike the previously published works of this author.  It’s no less compelling, however.

Sexual harassment is very subtle and often imperceptible to those who are not the recipients.  This makes it extremely difficult to report and get justice for such incidents.  Only when the victims come together to raise their voice can there be any justice shown.  This is the message of this book.  I enjoyed reading about Namrata’s plight and the sudden twist that made it possible for her to seek and get justice.

Another extremely interesting and enjoyable piece of fiction by a writer whom I’ve come to admire a lot.


I received a review copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

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