The Mother Of All Parties by Padmini Sankar

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The Mother of All Parties by Padmini Sankar is a witty and interesting tale of superficiality, glamor, love, friendship, family ties, social competition, and acceptance. Published by HarperCollins, the book hit the shelves in July 2020.

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Pam has had enough of Honey Sarin, whose cutting barbs and snide comments have gone a little too far. This time, Pam is not going to take it lying down. For her twentieth anniversary, she resolves to throw the biggest, most glamorous party Dubai has ever seen – one that will outdo Honey’s, whose own twentieth anniversary is a week before Pam’s. 

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Pam has had enough of Honey Sarin, whose cutting barbs and snide comments have gone a little too far. This time, Pam is not going to take it lying down. For her twentieth anniversary, she resolves to throw the biggest, most glamorous party Dubai has ever seen – one that will outdo Honey's, whose own twentieth anniversary is a week before Pam's. But the going isn't easy, and Pam finds herself facing countless obstacles: an ex-flame who returns and sets her heart beating again, an indifferent husband who patronises and undermines her, a shockingly rude daughter who won't let Pam into her life, and last but not the least, an absconding worker whom she shelters. As Pam struggles to juggle all the different aspects of her life, will she be able to throw the mother of all parties? . . #PartyTime #Party #SummerRead #Reading #HarperAtHome #ReadWithHCI #ReadInstead #Bookstagram #BookClubLibrary #Reading #TBR #BookstagramIndia #BookLove #Library #BooksOfInstagram #InstaBooks

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But the going is not easy, and Pam finds herself facing countless obstacles: an ex-flame who returns and sets her heart beating again, an indifferent husband who patronizes and undermines her, a shockingly rude daughter who won’t let Pam into her life, and last but not the least, an absconding worker whom she shelters. As Pam struggles to juggle all the different aspects of her life, will she be able to throw the mother of all parties?

About the Author

Padmini Sankar is a Dubai-based columnist and writer whose stories have been shortlisted in international writing competitions. Padmini is an avid reader, traveler, and dog lover.

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