All the Tomorrows by Nillu Nasse (Book Review #377)

All the tomorrow is a fictional story set in Mumbai, India. The story is about two newlyweds, Jaya and Akash. Their marriage is not based on love but is arranged. Not to let his parents down she marries Jaya only to cheat on her afterward. Jaya finds out, and that is when the story unfolds.

I found the story to be about second chances. It contained a mixture of tradition and gender. There is a fine line between happiness and selfishness, and the author managed to embed this as a subtle message within the storyline.

I believe the cultural diversity and the rich texture of what in fact is a reality, even in this day and age, was interesting to read. The character development was very well put together, and I believe the author did a good job making sure the setting was described as much as possible.

Everything about the story had a nice flow to it and displayed the dynamics of family honor, drama, and interactions.

I believe this novel will suit people that enjoy literary fiction, foreign travel, and family sagas.

Written by Jeyran Main

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