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Book Review: The other side…

 “The other side…Dare to visit alone?” is the second novel of the recipient of the YCOF National Excellence Award and the winner of the National Debut Youth Fiction Award for the year 2013, Faraaz Kazi in coalition with Vivek Banerjee, who is a pediatrician by choice. Little is known about the latter but the former […] 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 →

Book Review: Hilawi by Ritu Lalit

hilawi ritu lalit “So was Hilawi, a hiladi- novel?”-the boy next door, in his worn out casual-challenged. Yup! I was into another long discussion and reading session with the local mates-(8 to 80- all inclusive) – and some said- fictional myths died with our Thakur Ma’r Jhuli and several other creations of the Tagore family- some drew a […] Continue reading →

Book Review: Blowback by Mukul Deva!

Blowback by Mukul Deva Lets face it. India is still a soft target for terror strikes. The recent attacks in Pune proved for the infinite time that we need to step up our security and  and be more vigilant than ever. Although only one person is reported to be injured, this is not something which needs to be taken […] Continue reading →

Book Review: The Newsroom Mafia!

newsroommafia It’s pretty rare to come across a crime thriller as good as this one. Written by a former journalist, Oscar Periera, it gives a first hand account of relationship between the mafia, the police and the politicians.  Supercop Donald Fernandez throws an all out war against the Don, Narayan Swamy. He is intent on bringing […] 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:The Secret of the Nagas by Amish!

The_Secret_of_the_Nagas It’s really a daunting task to follow a hugely successful book with a one that ,somehow, is even better than it’s predecessor!It was the one I was itching to get my hands on after finishing the Immortals of Meluha. The story begins from where the first one finished.Lord Shiva is on a mission to find […] Continue reading →

Book Review:The Immortals of Meluha by Amish!

220px-The_Immortals_Of_Meluha Without a shadow of a doubt in my mind,this is by far the best novel written by an Indian author so far! I had heard about this book after it’s release and knew that it had created quite a stir among everyone. The book is about the life of Lord Shiva.For all those who are […] Continue reading →