❰Reading❯ ➶ Life Isn't All Ha Ha Hee Hee Author Meera Syal – Uroturk.info

Life Isn't All Ha Ha Hee Hee On A Winter Morning In London S East End, The Locals Are Confronted With The Sight Of A White Horse Skidding Through The Sooty Snow, Carrying What Looks Like A Christmas Tree On Its Back It Turns Out To Be A Man Covered In Tinsel, With A Cartoon Size Turban On His Head Entrepreneur Deepak Is On His Way To Get Married As He Trudges Along, He Consoles Himself With The Thought Of Marrying Chila, A Nice Punjabi Girl A Choice Which Has Delighted His Surprised Parents Does Not Mean He Needs To Become His Father, Grow Nostril Hair Or Wear Pastel Coloured Leisure WearFE ISN T ALL HA HA HEE HEE Is The Story Of Deepak S Bride, The Childlike Chila, And Her Two Childhood Friends Sunita, The Former Activist Law Student, Now An Overweight, Depressed Housewife, And The Chic Tanja, Who Has Rejected Marriage In Favour Of A High Powered Career In Television A Hilarious, Thoughtful And Moving Novel About Friendship, Marriage And Betrayal, It Focuses On The Difficult Choices Contemporary Women Have To Make, Whether Or Not They Happen To Have Been Raised In The Asian Community

About the Author: Meera Syal

Meera Syal MBE born Feroza Syal 27 June 1961 in Essington, near Wolverhampton is a British Indian comedienne, writer, playwright, singer, journalist and actress Her Punjabi born parents came to Britain from New Delhi, and she has risen to prominence as one of the most UK s best known Indian personalities She was awarded the MBE in the New Year s Honours List of 1997.

10 thoughts on “Life Isn't All Ha Ha Hee Hee

  1. says:

    I loved loved loved this book true, I know almost nothing about people with Punjabi roots living in Britain so for me it has been a revelation and I was surprised how quickly I started to like all three main characters to follow their paths and to fear for them, to laugh with them and to understand them as a woman maybe of a different cultu

  2. says:

    I didn t write a review before, but reading others I felt I had to respond I thought it was a bit offensive that people labeled this light just because it s about women s lives doesn t mean it s light at all Do you call death, infidelity, social injustice, etc light In fact, I think this contains quite a meaningful examination of a lot of importan

  3. says:

    .and neither is this book Entertaining in it s way, but it does feel somewhat like Meera Syal is treading water with this one particularly in comparison to it s predecessor Anita Me.

  4. says:

    A greatly enjoyable and engrossing read, set in London s East End, telling the stories of young women from Punjabi backgrounds.Each individual has a dilemma, and her story is linked to another member of the group There are very funny, laugh aloud moments, plus some times of intense sadness I got completely into each of their stories There is Chila, so innocent,

  5. says:

    I see a little bit of myself in each of the three main characters My friends from class assumed that Tania would be my Punjabi alter ego Features that stand out from other Asian girls, Westernized attitude, etc But I d like to think that I grew out of rejecting my native culture after studying abroad.It was Sunita that really spoke to me She s an ex bra burning femini

  6. says:

    my first south asian diaspora type novel i was hooked and intrigued by reading about anything close to my own experience looking back, i still think it was a great story about 4 women and the development of their adult relationship with eachother.

  7. says:

    A good piece of chick lit Nice to read after you get through something heavy in my case i was reading a lot about child soldiers in africa, i needed something light Also Sayal has a perfect, razor sharp, witty writing style I am always impressed by books that can make me laugh outloud.

  8. says:

    An interesting read portraying the journey of three British Asian girls as they battle with the sense of not belonging to either culture, never fitting in with either At times I felt I could relate to their hardships, despite feeling that the Indians have it better than the Arabs as they struggle to break free from all the labels placed on them, but on the whole, I also felt a self of rel

  9. says:

    Recommended to me by my sister, I ended up really liking this book for a number of reasons Firstly, it s written by Meera Syal who you may know from Goodness Gracious Me or any number of the other things she s contributed to So needless to say there s a good amount of dry humor but each of the three main characters are incredibly compelling and although they are worlds different from one another

  10. says:

    I sort of expected this book to be funnier as most of its reviews said that it was hilarious However, even though the story wasn t as funny as I expected, the story eas extremely touching It is an emotional novel, and you might find yourself feeling genuinely about many of the characters in the book.

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