A shockingly raw memoir series of a young teen’s struggle to attempt to fit in.
Dheep is the model Indian daughter by day, doing as she’s told and following the rules of a typical Indian strict household.
But during the night, she escapes from the rigidity of her family home and sneaks out to parties and raves. Navigating the drink, drugs and parties social scene growing up in 90s England, she finds herself biting off more than she can chew as she escapes police arrests, groping men and heartache.
n this cheeky tell-all memoir series, bestselling author Dheep Matharu depicts the cultural conflict between growing up as a British-born Indian in the 90s. And how no-one is ever whom they seem.