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1-day Free eBook Offer: Wise Enough To Be Foolish

Amazon India has come up with 1 day free ebook offer with one of the best selling novels written by Gauri Jayaram. The book, Wise Enough To Be Foolish is an honest, fictionalized memoir of an Indian girl who feels insecure as a child and grows up to a self-confident young woman.

The novel is quite autobiographical, yet entertaining. The book is written in a lucid way and as you read further, you feel as if some girl is depicting her story while you are relaxing.

The book talks of the different aspects of a girl's life in Indian context, ranging from teenage feelings to infatuation to some serious relationship and some bit of child abuse too. It also deals with the feelings towards parents during adolescent years and their stern approach, typical for Indians.

The eBook is free on the Amazon Kindle Store (India) for today. If you don't have Amazon Kindle, then you can also read the ebook by downloading the Kindle app on your phone or tablet. It supports Android devices, iPhone and iPod, Windows Phone, Blackberry, as well as Windows 8 tablets and iPad. It can also be downloaded on your computer having Mac OS, Windows 7, Windows 8 or Windows XP. Here's the link to download Amazon Kindle App.

Link for the Free EBook :  Wise Enough to Be Foolish

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Kindle can be bought from below links :

Amazon India Link :
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Amazon US Link :
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