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Caught in a Storm: Book Review!

safe_image.php Caught in a Storm…a saga of love and betrayal is another attempt( I am losing count now!) by an Indian author at a love story that is intended to include suspense, thrill and so on. People from all age groups have given it a shot and this time we have a 19 year old, Bhaskaryya […] Continue reading →

Book Review : Rainy Days by Samarth Prakash

rainy-days-700x700-imad9nr8z3pfhe3u Book Review : Rainy Days by Samarth Prakash Blurb: Every journey begins with a chase. We chase success. We chase love. We chase happiness. But what happens when that chase is suddenly interrupted by a long wait? Will love endure that wait? And will that wait ever end? Will all roads be closed? Or will […] Continue reading →

She’s A Jolly Good Fellow : Book Review

9NXG_SAJITA_NAIR_JP_177743e Book Title: She’s A Jolly Good Fellow Author: Sajitha Nair Blurb:  Second Lieutenants Deepa Shekhar and Anjali Sharma have an important task at hand: convince their male counterparts that they too are assets to the Indian Army – rather than merely those with assets. When the 22-year-olds are transferred to a remote army unit, several […] Continue reading →

Book Review : Along The Way

along the way Along The Way By TGC Prasad About The Book :  This is a well-told tale of the lives and loves of a few Indian software engineers. The hero, Venkat, joins NIT, Kozhikode and makes friends with a few of his classmates. After completing their education, the group of friends enter the competitive world of TCS, […] Continue reading →

Book Review:Anything for you Ma’am by Tushar Raheja

afym_front “Anything for you Ma’am-An IITian’s love story” is about a journey of a boy who travels across India just to meet his love. A third year IIT student from the mechanical engineering department, Tejas Narula is in love with a girl called Shreya Ahuja. The only problem is that Shreya lives all the way down […] Continue reading →

Book Review: The Mysterious Dreams

The Mysterious dreams Book Review: The Mysterious Dream By- Nandita Chakraborty Banerjji Synopsis: When John Lennon said, “Imagine there is no Religion” . . . he did not suggest, “There is no God”. He meant God is one. Religion is just a brand. Toddle along the extraordinary paths travelled by hippies who, by tuning in to their inner vision, […] Continue reading →

Book Review: Revolution 2020 by Chetan Bhagat!

Revolution-2020-by-Chetan-Bhagat Even an average Indian reader would have heard of Chetan Bhagat. His last book “2 States-The story of my marriage” was released in 2009. A lot has changed since then. He has shifted his base to Mumbai after quitting his job as an investment banker in Hong Kong so that he can devote his full […] Continue reading →