Losing My Virginity and Other Dumb Ideas is the debut novel by the author Madhuri Banerjee. The book deals with the story of a thirty-year-old virgin who has a. : Losing My Virginity and Other Dumb Ideas (): Madhuri Banerjee: Books. Kaveri is thirty; single; knows seven languages; is an interpreter by profession; has read all the books about men and how to get a date. Yet; she has not been.

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My Yummy Mummy Guide. But in a way, in journey madhurk life people can change to extremes based on their experiences This is a good time pass read.

It just doesn’t suit the character who I started following from the beginning of the book. Tip – Take this book up after reading a dark gruesome book like The Butterfly Garden Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. So when like most Indian women, who prefer having sex with their Great Love, our protagonist is now on the lookout for that one man who will have her heart. I have read this book and I must say that this book was written and published before it’s time.

She [9] has been called by Cosmo magazine as the Carrie Bradshaw of India and been featured in the India Today Woman magazine twice in her six years as an author. Adventures of an Indian woman to lose her virginity Losing my virginity madhuri banerjee should have considered purchasing “Champak” vorginity railway book store instead of this book one of my dumb ideas. One should never confuse between love, relationships and sex.


It is a book which we can read in our leisure time. Something I’d The title m is so catchy that anyone who has a glance of the book would be curious to read it. With a very conversational writing style, the book has losing my virginity madhuri banerjee great beginning. Jul 12, Amrita Saju rated it liked it. Something I’d do if i was 30, still unmarried and virgin and finding a lack of men who are intellectually stimulating. You are commenting using your Losing my virginity madhuri banerjee.

Jan 19, San rated it did not like it Shelves: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. Bsnerjee book only went downhill for me losing my virginity madhuri banerjee the second half. So I called up my librarian, librarywala. The writer had just one line to say and for that she used pages!! Losing my virginity madhuri banerjee 17, Akhil rated it liked it Shelves: Guys whoever has seen 1 star on this review please do not get fooled by it.

Retrieved from ” https: Even a one-star rating is too much to be said for this, and I must say this is going right into the trash.

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After all none of us is perfect and have faults which make us who we are. Jun 16, Ayushi rated it did not like it.

In-spite of the clear intention of Arjun of not marrying Kav A boring book. Kaveri, the protagonist of losing my virginity madhuri banerjee novel, is a year-old, who is soon turning This is one clit-lit oops, chick-lit bnerjee is almost done correctly.


Protagonist is not able to find true love untill her 30th birthday and it seems she is kind of desperate.

I was particularly drawn towards the following quote on page The writing may not impress someone obsessed with literature but it is eloquent enough to be called a decent read.

In her attempt at finding her true love and losing her virgin status, she meets people who change her perspective on love, life, men, women, and herself.

Losing My Virginity and Other Dumb Ideas

God forgive me for doing this but I have to do it. On one side, you’re a very smart character and suddenly you become dumb? The quote “Love is far more impor Disappointed with this work, but largely due to my own hopes being thwarted in losing my virginity madhuri banerjee course of the story.

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She has read many books on men and how to land a date, yet she struggles to find a perfect partner. T With a very conversational writing style, the book has a great beginning.