The author is not an ordinary writer although her prose makes it all seems that she has written it so effortlessly. It makes a good reading, no doubt: her writing has a clear style; the book reads smoothly. Her prose is simple, direct, elegant, evocative, concise and factual. What will, definitely, strike one is her unexampled honesty and self-effacing attitude.
The book is about a sincere soul's tumultuous journey through hope, passion, loss, friendship, love, and self-discovery. "Honesty" is the focal point of this story of courage and spirituality. Any spiritual aspirant who is dashed against the rocks of truisms, threatened to be drowned in the ocean of Maya, smothered by the urges of Vasanas, tormented by ego's authoritative calls for attention, would be able to relate to what the author has gone and is going through.
In this respect, the book is a scripture in its own right!