I loved this. It‘s the story of Homi, a woman who comes to self-knowledge, or self-destruction (I‘m not sure which - the ending is ambiguous and a little surreal). It‘s told from Homi‘s point of view but her friends & colleagues reveal the extent of her fall. The writing is lively & fresh, with an effortless feel and disarming frankness. Homi is a selfish, stubborn character grappling with her fate. Original, fun & thought-provoking.