One day we’ll all be dead and none of this will matter by Scaachi Koul. A book of essays about life in a Indian family and growing up.
What a hilarious and sarcastic bunch of stories. I loved every minute of reading this book. Every word was perfectly written. The story starts off in Alberta Canada where our main character lives. After she finishes high school she moves to Toronto away from her family to start her new life. Still stuck under her parents rules even as a adult Scaachi yearns for freedom, while still respecting her parents wishes.
This book was hilarious and sarcastic, everything I love in a book. At 237 pages I wish it was longer. 5 stars for sure!
Till next time!