#UpForReview: Girls Don’t Cry – By Gajra Kottary

Girls Don’t Cry parses the lives of three generations of women in a middle-class family and the choices they make as they navigate a man’s world. A profound reflection on friendship and love between mothers and daughters and on what it takes to face truths that can break you forever.

We have a single copy up for review, apply here. We will send you this book for free in exchange for an honest review published on Writersmelon with due credits.*

Why read this?

It’s contemporary story of a young advertising professional, her recently divorced mother and lonely grandmother who are all tied together. Read if you like real life stories about middle class families, their relationships, fears and truths.

About the author:

Gajra Kottary is the award-winning story writer of serials like Astitva, Jyoti, Veera, Buddha and Balika Vadhu, among many others. She has published two collections of women-centric stories. This is her third novel after Broken Melodies and Once Upon a Star, both published by HarperCollins India.

Author(s): Seema Raghunath
Publisher: Harper Collins India
Release: July 2017
Genre: Non Fiction/Corporate
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