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Overview: Life is What you Make It (English) (Paperback)
Ankita Sharma has the world in her palms. She is young, smart and heads turn at every corner she walks by. Born into a conservative middle class household - this defines the chronicle of her life. Set in a time when Doordarshan was the prime source of entertainment and writing love letters was the general fad, every youngster dreams of the thrills of college life. And so, her admission into an MBA institute in Mumbai follows. Ankita's story begins here, from her life as a college student. Life seems all sunshine and flowers until a drastic turn leaves her staring at a disturbing path, only because of her own misdoing. Jump to six months later. The sun glistens on a sombre building. Magnetized in view, the words - "Mental Institute". Who is the face staring out of the window? What if destiny twisted your journey? What if it dragged you to a place that houses your worst fears? Would you stand and fight or would you run? Set in the late eighties, across two cities, Life is What You Make...Read more »
Ankita Sharma has the world in her palms. She is young, smart and heads turn at every corner she walks by. Born into a conservative middle class household - this defines the chronicle of her life. Set in a time when Doordarshan was the prime source of entertainment and writing love letters was the general fad, every youngster dreams of the thrills of college life. And so, her admission into an MBA institute in Mumbai follows. Ankita's story begins here, from her life as a college student. Life seems all sunshine and flowers until a drastic turn leaves her staring at a disturbing path, only because of her own misdoing. Jump to six months later. The sun glistens on a sombre building. Magnetized in view, the words - "Mental Institute". Who is the face staring out of the window? What if destiny twisted your journey? What if it dragged you to a place that houses your worst fears? Would you stand and fight or would you run? Set in the late eighties, across two cities, Life is What You Make It is a compelling account of growing up, determination, faith and how an unconquerable spirit can overcome the punches destiny throws at you. At its core, it is a love story that makes us question our identity and the concept of sanity.
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About the author: Preeti Shenoy
Preeti Shenoy is an author and an artist based at Bangalore, India. Her first book '34 Bubblegum's and Candies', a creative non-fiction made it to the national best-seller list. Her interests are as multifarious and diverse as her several academic degrees. She also specializes in pencil portraits and holds an internationally recognized qualification from UK in portraiture. She has held a number of varied jobs in the past. She has also written for different publications life Readers Digest and Times of India, as well as taught English and Math to underprivileged children in India. She loves art, reading, travelling, photography, nature, animals, blogging and basketball and most of all, spending time with her spouse and two children.

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