Prodigy of Errors by Manisha Gupta

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"When most of us are busy perfecting our lives, Nitya is already an Einstein in her own forte. Ever since her early childhood, Nitya has grown up believing that she is the chosen one, with some manufacturing defect. Strangely enough, she refuses to regret it; in fact she is obsessed with it.
However, hounded by slanderous perfectionists from all sides, she finds herself trapped under perpetual pressure, to perform. The more she strives for excellence, the greater blunders she commits. In her relentless pursuits of perfection, she faces some of the most uproarious and stupefying predicaments that have turned her life around.
Spanning over five decades, right from the Hippie era of the seventies, to the turn of the dynamic millennium, her story is an insightful reminiscence of her mysterious past, laden with trapped memories that have long haunted her.
What shadows does her past hide and what will become of her growing obsession? Read only if you really want to know! ?"

About Manisha Gupta

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Manisha Gupta is a persevering new author who has ventured into the writers’ domain with her maiden book – Prodigy of Errors. An alumnus of Loreto Convent and Isabella Thoburn College, Lucknow, she pursued her Masters in English Literature, and took up teaching profession by choice. Being an Air Force  Officer’s wife, she has had the privilege of travelling far and wide. Her exposure to the heterogeneous society with all its diverse cultures, has greatly enriched her life’s experiences and influenced her to share them in her writings. She had recently participated in the Penguin’s Literary Festival, and has also been writing blogs on wattpad ( As an amateur writer, she had written a lyrical memoir, “The High School Backbenchers” published in 2008. (ISBN 978-81-313-0883-7).With both her children married and settled in life, she now lives in Gurgaon, with her husband and her golden Labrador, Shadow.                                                                 Email:
Published May 24, 2013 by PartridgeIndia. 240 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, Humor & Entertainment. Fiction

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