Review: Mrs. Funnybones

There’s a great diversity when talking about communication. Some better communicate verbally while others are good at written communication. Books are the form of the later one.

Recently I got a chance to read Mrs. Funnybones by Twinkle Khanna who was once an actress but then she left Bollywood. I don’t have much details about her. So, I wasn’t planning to read her but one of my colleague just gave me her book so I started reading and after a few minutes I was just laughing.

What I love about the book is the simplicity, sarcasm and how its so related to the life of an ordinary women, typically from India and Pakistan. The way she has added sarcasm, it literally comes naturally to me. Her life is no different than some typical working women who are looking after their homes as well.

Things that lack in the book were obviously a good grammar. People who religiously follow grammar and literature stuff, this book is definitely not for them. Overall, it was a light read specially if you are travelling, this one wouldn’t let you get bored.


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