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Mis(s) Adventures of a Salesgirl by Aashisha Chakraborty is brilliant and breathtaking

Updated: Oct 17, 2022



Mis(s) Adventures of a Salesgirl by Aashisha Chakraborty is a masterfully crafted exploration of selfhood, desire, relationships, and work culture.

This brilliant and breathtaking book captures so many emotions and concerns that are deeply familiar and relatable to a vicenarian.

There's nothing I love more than books that speak original storylines, but Mis(s) Adventures of a Salesgirl by Aashisha Chakraborty screams true to life plot. It makes you feel as if this book is based on real-life experiences word by word.

It’s outstandingly funny at times but surprisingly addresses all of the mess interns face in the corporate world. Reading this book made me realize not applying for an internship was a good decision.

This book most truthfully captures what it’s like to be working in a corporate world. It’s a boisterous but ultimately moving book about self-worth, navigating relationships, and struggles for success.

The details beautifully capture the ordinary realities of corporate life. If you are someone who isn't sure what you want or where your life is going, read this book. It might give you an outlook of what it takes to stand out.

Overall, Mis(s) Adventures of a Salesgirl by Aashisha Chakraborty is a must-read for everyone.




Life is rosy at twenty-five, with love in the air and red-hot ambition flowing through the veins.

Or is it?

Ask twenty-five-year-old Enakshi Chatterji, who is uprooted from Delhi and sent to Chennai to work as an intern in the fiercely competitive and heavily male-dominated territory of sales with no place for a city-bred sophisticated girl.

Add to that the fact that she doesn’t speak a word of Tamil, and you get a heady cocktail of events that promises to take you on a rollercoaster ride.

When a twenty-five-year-old family secret comes back to haunt her, she starts on a course of selfdestruction with a weekend getaway with her stalker, a movie date with her boss and a quest to uncover an old family secret.

Will Enakshi be able to battle all the sexual advances, language barriers, male chauvinism, hygiene complications and the scorching Chennai sun, and emerge victorious? Will she finally unearth the truth about her mother?

Find out in this thrilling, fast-paced and tumultuous journey how Enakshi learns the hard truths about relationships, life and work while trying to prove herself.




An ardent lover of Rumi, Radiohead, Rand and Rome, Aashisha Chakraborty hails from a world of marshmallow moons, candy clouds and lemony lakes.

Aashisha was chosen as one of the 75 pan-India authors under 30 for the PM-YUVA scheme for her historical fiction work with National Book Trust, India.

She was the winner of the Times of India Write India Season 2 for Shobhaa De and among the top six for both Manu Joseph and Twinkle Khanna. She has written for various Readomania anthologies and ebooks by Women’s Web and InsideIIM.

Her articles have appeared in The Hindu and she has a Star Wars fan fiction column on SilverLeaf Poetry. A winner of Kaafiya (the Delhi Poetry Festival), she showcases her short stories on Readomania Premium.

An MBA from the Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, New Delhi, and a computer engineer from Jamia Millia Islamia, she reads and travels compulsively, and blogs on her online diary of sorts—The Mind Bin.


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