Combat Skirts

Enrolled in an Army hostel to study Law, Saba is torn between her duty towards her parents and her newfound freedom. To complicate matters, she has more suitors than she can handle.

Who will she choose?

The old crush?

The college hotshot?

Or the mysterious Lieutenant?

“A breezy coming-of-age story. Beautifully written.” - Varun Grover

“A smooth, peppy, feel-good story. Sahana has a very visual way of writing that makes the book an easy read. Don’t miss it.” - Samar Khan

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I had a bucket list, I had a fuck-it list. Killing myself was part of neither. Sahana Ahmed is a fiction writer and poet based in Gurugram. Her work has been published in India, the UK, the USA, Australia, Canada, and Singapore. An alumna of the University of East Anglia's Creative Writing India Workshop, Sahana has contributed to anthologies by Juggernaut Books, Gnashing Teeth Publishing, and Potato Soup Press. Find her online at www.sahanaahmed.com

Varun Grover


A breezy coming-of-age story. Beautifully written.

Samar Khan


A smooth, peppy, feel-good story. Sahana has a very visual way of writing that makes the book an easy read. Don’t miss it.

Booknerds


Contemporary and young. The most wonderful writing I have read this month at least.

bookGeeks India


Funny, witty, hilarious, quirky, classy, and romantic! This book delivered everything that I can ever expect from a chick-lit.

Vinita Agrawal


Such an enjoyable love story! The verses on the different types of skirts were delightful.