Author(s): Ira Trivedi
It's Riya's chance to turn fantasy into reality. The Miss Indian Beauty contest could well be her ticket to instant fame and success. After all, she's good-looking, intelligent, confident and, most importantly, tall - how difficult could it be? But Riya is in for a dose of reality, as she soon finds herself in the company of twenty-two gorgeous girls, under house arrest in a five-star hotel in Mumbai for a rigorous training session that will test them all to their limits. With each girl's eyes set on the crown, the mood is emotionally charged and the atmosphere intense, exhilarating, vicious and explosive all at once. "What Would You Do to Save the World?" is a delightfully entertaining first novel which, reveals the dust behind the diamonds, the tears behind the plastic smiles, and dishes the dirt on what really goes on behind the scenes of a beauty pageant.
Ira Trivedi has lived in nine different cities, across four countries and three continents. She has studied Economics and International Relations at Wellesley College, and been a student of French in Aixen-Provence in the South of France. She took part in the Femina Miss India contest in 2004.