Though fiction set in India has recently broadened our view of its culture, only Bharati Mukherjee’s Desirable Daughters has addressed the. Summary and reviews of A Breath of Fresh Air by Amulya Malladi, plus links to a book excerpt from A Breath of Fresh Air and author biography of Amulya. A Breath of Fresh Air by Amulya Malladi – book cover, description, publication history.

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My first book by this author. I picked it up based on recommendations on Goodreads. Now will probably be a good time to talk about how much I have come to love Goodreads. Especially the recommendation section. Brezth think I log on to goodreads more than I do mlladi to Facebook, and that is probably a good thing too. The delay in his picking her up changes her life forever, when the catastrophic gas leak poisons the city. She manages to survive but her marriage does not. That night in the poisonous city, changed her life in more ways than one, and as she later came to realize, in ways that would affect her lifelong.

Years later, remarried to Sandeep, and mother to Amar, a young boy who is severely affected by the ill-effects of the gas his mother inhaled, life is tough, but peaceful and she finds happiness with what she has. Until the day, Prakash, her ex-husband re-enters her life. Prakash, the husband who is the reason her son is so very ill, Prakash who married her for all the wrong reasons, does that Prakash still have a place in her heart? Narrated by 4 charachters, it is a beautifully told story.


Emotions, insecurities, expectations and even our cultural baggage which moderates the way people think and behave is brought out really well.


A poignant tale, beautifully told. The title is especially relevant too- through out the story, even at the very end. Fighting the odds, she lives her life, in the best way she can, without the bitterness that might have come with the trials she faced. Her husband Sandeep is another character you start feeling for. A book that had me crying.

Goodreads is really good, RM, I especially like the recommendation section. I had created an account a year back or so, but have started using it just recently -and am loving it.

Do read The Sound of Language by Amulya. I am sure you will enjoy it. I borrow them myself, from the library: Not heard malladk this writer.

A BREATH OF FRESH AIR by Amulya Malladi | Kirkus Reviews

Seems a interesting read with so many underlying emotions n feelings! Not really, despite the sadness, it leaves you light. I am on GoodReads too, but do not log in at all. Loved the sound of this book. Have heard of the author, but not about the books she has written.

Vaguely remember reading about her on some book blog. Looks like an interesting book. Will look for it in my library! I too have a goodreads account but not active on it.

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You are commenting using your Twitter account. You are commenting using your Facebook account. Notify me of new comments via email. Notify me of new posts via email. I would heavily recommend this book, and would brsath looking out for her other books.


As for, this book — I think you will like it too.

Will definitely mallqdi it out, Arch! Thanks for the reco! Goodreads is great, no? Pity I took such a long time to get on it!

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This isnt exactly a new author. This book was published in But yes, new to me. Do give this a shot, TGND. And do let me know how you find it: Should check it out.

But I will skip this book though. Too heart-wrenching for my taste. Would love to know how you find it. Smitha, so many books…. So, what do you think?


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