Synopsis: What's happening, Aunty?
The Cappuccino Chronicles takes us into a world of fate, culture, modernity, friendships and family. Mala Amani is an exotic woman from India, but is not your typical ‘aunty’ – a term of endearment and a pun for a woman of substance with gilded wisdom. Her two best friends Noor and Sharon illustrate how life can often take different paths and sometimes that fork in the road is for a ‘bloody good reason’.
Bazica, their home away from home, has been their coffee shop for twenty years. Sitting in the same corner almost every day, these women reside in London, have tab after tab of cappuccinos, which help to fuel their progress. Each ‘aunty’ has laughed, cried, and transformed at table number 8, and have sewn the pieces of their world together as friends, family, and healers to become universal agents of circumstance, perception, growth and change.
Sophia Martin is on the other side of the world and shows us how progression can sometimes stem from the unknown. Each of these women take us on a journey by stirring up havoc, as well as delight, through a humorous outlook of our own existence on earth. The voyage of simple spirituality will whisk you away on a wave of worldly truths. These immensely multi-cultural women, will compel you to travel with them around the world, as they try to find answers through signs. Each chapter is a snapshot of these women’s lives, like a photo album.
As their journeys progress, their album becomes a fabric of stories interwoven into each other. Each character is forced to go through individual transformation in their search for spiritual truths which
leads to self-realization, self-reflection, self-discovery and growth. The reader will decide which woman takes on the central role, discovering that all of them will never stop learning.