Published on : 2016 Publisher : Pan Macmillan Pages : 240 Source : Review copy received from the publisher Format : Paperback Rating : 4.2 / 5 To buy the book, visit Amazon. Synopsis : May 2012. India is hit by a series of freak weather disturbances and startling epidemics that threaten to bring the … Continue reading Book Review : Skyfire by Aroon Raman
Published on : 2016 Published by : Pan Macmillan India Pages : 288 Source : Review copy received from the publisher Format : Paperback Rating : 3.5 / 5 To buy the book, visit Amazon. Synopsis : Single mother Samaira juggles her corporate job and Aksh, her teenaged son, even as she defies society, disapproving … Continue reading Book Review : It’s Not About You by Ratna Vira
'everyone's life is a tragedy'. Therefore we can relate to others who have been humiliated and tormented by the demons of life and empathize with their sorrows.
It is very rare that I find books that please my myth crazy brain. Vadhan's Agniputr is a book that definitely pleased me.
Hello my dear readers, We as readers and many of us being aspiring writers have always marvelled at the creation of thrillers. So today we have with us the mesmerizing author, Adite Banerjie. She has recently penned a romantic thriller, No Safe Zone, which kept me hooked till the end. Read the review here. The … Continue reading Guest Post by Adite Banerjie
Even as I write this review, I realise that nothing I say, no word of mine can do justice to the way Romance Shorts has made me feel. No appreciation is enough for such exceptional storytelling capabilities.
The best part of this novel is Adite Banerjie's style of writing. She is one of the best storytellers among her contemporaries.
The Mughal era is one of those times when India was at its peak in terms of trade, commerce and culture. And Bengal was the most lucrative spot for foreign traders and travellers alike. The elegance and power of Bengal has been emphatically described in Shazia Omar's Dark Diamond.
A chat with the organizer of this event, Terminal_ 11. Here are the answers to all your questions. I am going, are you?
That is exactly why one must read 'My Darling Dorothy'. Jo's narration of the war and its effects are beautiful and stays with you long after you have put the book down.