Enter the subterranean world of a Delhi joint family. A world where marriages are no longer sacrosanct. Where death has cast a shadow of gloom. Where children struggle for security and love. Where the truth is difficult to find. Where loyalty and fidelity are outdated. A world that one girl is trying to make sense of, find depth and meaning in.
In her breathtaking novel, Life is Perfect, Himani Dalmia explores the psychological evolution of a young woman in modern India and what it means to come of age in this seemingly perfect but undoubtedly fissured world.