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Book Review: Wrong for the Right Reasons, by Ritu Lalit

“In three words I can sum up everything I’ve learned about life: it goes on.”

Robert Frost’s observation in brevity is one that I have always admired. It just says it all, envelops every phase, every major obstacle and minor miracle that life throws in our path. What they have in common is that after them, life goes on. So it does for anyone, be it someone who’s happily married for two decades, or someone who is recently divorced. Though, having seen some friends go through it, moving on from the latter is not easy. Maybe that’s why Wrong, for the Right Reasons feels very real though it is fictional. Continue reading “Book Review: Wrong for the Right Reasons, by Ritu Lalit”