Book Journey: Mrs Funnybones
|Book Name:||Mrs Funnybones|
Having already read Twinkle Khanna’s columns (yes, in Times of India, you can have something to read as well), this was definitely one of the books that I was looking forward to as “Books to read in 2015”. A book to complete in 2 hours straight, smiling every single time the pages turned, I haven’t enjoyed a book this much in a great while.
Like short articles bound together and a glimpse of taking a dig at oneself, that’s a talent very few possess (I for that matter, do not belong to that genre of people, so please don’t rate my reviews bad 😛 ). And here the book scores over myriads of other Indian authors who want to twinkle in the literary kingdom. And yes, celebs are people and this book breaks the stereotype of one going all gaga over them.
Only if the stories could have been more inter-linked to make it up into a big novel rather than pieces of newspaper articles (a few sections seemed like I have already read them before), it would have been a 10/10 from my end.
Excerpt from the back cover of the book:
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