I Don't Like Her
I Don't Like Her
About the Book:
Jokes apart, the author and his wife are poles apart. And that’s what makes him pen down all that he doesn’t like in her.
A book that describes the imperfect match, one that almost every married couple can relate to and appreciate with a smile.
A book that talks about, through their real-life anecdotes, all that differentiates them and still binds them in some way or the other.
A book that celebrates the real sense of companionship in a marriage, while tickling a funny bone at the same time.
Having written a couple of poems and now this book on his wife, Pratik is still not sure (the only thing where he continues to be confused) whether to be proud of his wife or stay irritated with her. At the same time, both of them agree that he doesn’t Like her, but Loves her. While his colleagues wonder how he finds time to write, he is coming up with his 10th book, immediately after their 11th Wedding Anniversary. They stay amazed at the fact that how a CA & CS writes Book of Accounts and Books of Literature, with the same ease.
About the Author:
Pratik is up with his 10th book, immediately after his 11th wedding Anniversary. He enjoys his married life, including the differences, to the fullest. So much so that he is able to pen it down in the most candid and cunning ways. This book reflects upon both his literary skills and his philosophy around the lifetime relationship. Being a CA & CS, he is both precise and comprehensive in the description. His sense of humour is what keeps his married life light & delightful, as much as this book.
Page count- 128
Condition- Unread Ones