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Two Years Later

Author Name: Asha Chowdary | Format: Paperback | Genre : Literature & Fiction | Other Details

Two years. 104 weeks. 730 days. 17520 hours.

Two years can pass by in the blink of an eye or take eons to get through. A different experience for different people.

Tara Ray was not sure which category she fell under. It had been two years since she had left home to pursue a career.

Tara had taken a clean break from life as she knew it. She believed it was her only chance to find herself.

Now, she was finally coming home.

Not everyone had come to terms with her decision of leaving her husband, children and parents behind. 

Neither will everyone welcome her with open arms when she returns.

When do you realize that nothing is quite the same once you go away? What awaits you when you return? Has your husband moved on? Will your children remember you? Have your friendships stood the test of time?

Tara has some secrets of her own too…

Here is a gripping narrative of the consequences of a decision that can alter your life in an instant. 

Can love withstand all odds? 

How do you reckon with all the changes in your life two years later?

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Asha Chowdary

Asha Chowdary is a Bangalore-based journalist, author, and editor. She has worked as a correspondent and editor for newspapers like The Times of India, DNA, The Asian Age, and many other publications. When she is not working, she loves reading, listening to music and podcasts, watching Netflix, and going for long walks.

She has an advanced diploma in French which led her to write her first book, ‘Say it in French’ which was a tribute to her love for the language. It was about three Indian girls who decide to study French for different reasons and how the language changes their lives.