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9789352775897 60ba03a93f6faf4f26295e71 The Story of a Long-Distance Marriage https://www.midlandbookshop.com/s/607fe93d7eafcac1f2c73ea4/60ba589619faf34f256134db/9789352775897.jpg 'A light read with a real portrayal of modern relationships.'



- Sneha Mahadevan Hindustan Times Mumbai







' The Story of a Long-Distance Marriage is the modern read every couple needs ... It will keep you turning page after page wondering what is coming next and make you feel things you didn't know you were capable of feeling.'





- Prerna Prakash Vagabomb.com







'The title of this debut novel may seem self-explanatory but don't be tempted to jump to conclusions about what it implies.'





- Somak Ghoshal Mint Lounge







'The story of a marriage and the churning that accompanies it ... It's about two people with a differing sense of what they want from a marriage from their partner and small and great expectations.'





- Ambika Shaligram Sakal Times Pune





'This tale of modern marriages shows that love conquers the rift of geography ... The protagonists Rohan and Ira are very relatable. The novel is for everyone - married in a relationship or otherwise. It leaves readers with a warm fuzzy feeling that love does conquer everything.'



- Juhi Chakraborty HT City Delhi



Rohan and Ira's life takes an unexpected turn when Ira decides to leave for New York to study. They've been married for only fifteen months but this is the opportunity of a lifetime and Rohan is not going to come between his wife and her dream. So sad but supportive he stays back in Delhi where he is on the brink of a promotion at a national daily. After all his relationship with Ira is strong enough to survive the distance.

Rohan prepares for a year without Ira getting by with a little help from his friends: Yusuf his on-call confidant who lives in Bangalore; Alisha a colleague he likes catching up with over tea; and Tanuj his new role model at work. Life without Ira is going surprisingly well. Until the day that is she reveals the real reason she left.

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  • ISBN: 9789352775897
  • Author: Inamdar Siddhesh
  • Publisher: HarperCollins
  • Pages: 192
  • Format: Paperback
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'A light read with a real portrayal of modern relationships.'



- Sneha Mahadevan Hindustan Times Mumbai







' The Story of a Long-Distance Marriage is the modern read every couple needs ... It will keep you turning page after page wondering what is coming next and make you feel things you didn't know you were capable of feeling.'





- Prerna Prakash Vagabomb.com







'The title of this debut novel may seem self-explanatory but don't be tempted to jump to conclusions about what it implies.'





- Somak Ghoshal Mint Lounge







'The story of a marriage and the churning that accompanies it ... It's about two people with a differing sense of what they want from a marriage from their partner and small and great expectations.'





- Ambika Shaligram Sakal Times Pune





'This tale of modern marriages shows that love conquers the rift of geography ... The protagonists Rohan and Ira are very relatable. The novel is for everyone - married in a relationship or otherwise. It leaves readers with a warm fuzzy feeling that love does conquer everything.'



- Juhi Chakraborty HT City Delhi



Rohan and Ira's life takes an unexpected turn when Ira decides to leave for New York to study. They've been married for only fifteen months but this is the opportunity of a lifetime and Rohan is not going to come between his wife and her dream. So sad but supportive he stays back in Delhi where he is on the brink of a promotion at a national daily. After all his relationship with Ira is strong enough to survive the distance.

Rohan prepares for a year without Ira getting by with a little help from his friends: Yusuf his on-call confidant who lives in Bangalore; Alisha a colleague he likes catching up with over tea; and Tanuj his new role model at work. Life without Ira is going surprisingly well. Until the day that is she reveals the real reason she left.

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