Dark Blossom by Neel Mullick: Book Review

Title: Dark Blossom Author: Neel Mullick Publisher: Rupa Publications Publishing Date: 20th December 2018 My Rating: 3 stars Links: Amazon Goodreads Instagram Twitter Facebook Sam seeks the help of Cynthia, a therapist to overcome the grief of losing his family in a car accident. Cynthia on the other hand, too, is coping with her frustrated … Continue reading Dark Blossom by Neel Mullick: Book Review

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Hijabistan by Sabyn Javeri: Book Review

Title: Hijabistan Author: Sabyn Javeri Publisher: HarperCollins India Publishing Date: 14th February 2019 My Rating: 3 stars Links: Amazon Goodreads Instagram Twitter Facebook It’s when I read the first two stories, I got the notion that this book is going to be one of my best reads this year, but when I was thorough the … Continue reading Hijabistan by Sabyn Javeri: Book Review

The Flower Girls by Alice Clark-Platts: Book Review

Title: The Flower Girls Author: Alice Clark-Platts Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing/ Raven Books Publishing Date: 24th January 2019 My Rating: 4 stars Links: Amazon Goodreads Instagram Twitter Facebook I’ve always loved reading thrillers particularly psychological thrillers, for they let you delve deep into the minds of the characters- their emotions, fears, and perception. Such characters have … Continue reading The Flower Girls by Alice Clark-Platts: Book Review

The Silent Witness by Anuradha: Book Review

Title: The Silent Witness Author: Anuradha Publisher: Jaico Books Publishing Date: 12th November 2018 My Rating: 4 stars Links: Amazon Goodreads Instagram Twitter Facebook The Silent Witness is an impressive blend of history and fiction. A translated work of Malayalam novel set in seventeenth-century in Kerala. The plot takes back to the times of history … Continue reading The Silent Witness by Anuradha: Book Review

Ramayana versus Mahabharata by Devdutt Pattanaik: Book Review

Title: Ramayana versus Mahabharata: My playful Comparison Author: Devdutt Pattanaik Publisher: Rupa Publications Publishing Date: 24th November 2018 My Rating: 4 stars Links: Amazon Goodreads Instagram Twitter Facebook   Notwithstanding how much one already knows both the prominent Indian epics-Ramayana and Mahabharata, it’s irresistible to realize further understanding of them. I’ve unfailingly enjoyed reading about … Continue reading Ramayana versus Mahabharata by Devdutt Pattanaik: Book Review

Help I am Being Held Prisoner by Donald E. Westlake: Book Review

Title: Help I am Being Held Prisoner Author: Donald E. Westlake My Rating: 3.5 stars Links: Amazon Goodreads Instagram Twitter Facebook   ‘Help I am being Held Prisoner’ by Donald E. Westlake is comical, waggish and somewhat ludicrous. It’s about a prankster who ended up in the Jail when one of his pranks goes awfully … Continue reading Help I am Being Held Prisoner by Donald E. Westlake: Book Review

A Long Way Home by Mitali Meelan: Book Review

Title: A Long Way Home Author: Mitali Meelan Publisher: HarperCollins India Publishing Date: 10th November 2018 My Rating: 4 stars Links: Facebook Amazon Goodreads Instagram Twitter A long walk Home rests on a story of a genuine working-class family where having a good Job and earning a decent salary stands above the passion and dreams. It … Continue reading A Long Way Home by Mitali Meelan: Book Review

Lights on the Sea by Miquel Reina: Book Review

Title: Lights on the sea Author: Miquel Reina Translator: Catherine E. Nelson Publishing Date: 25th September 2018 My Rating: 4.5 stars Links: Facebook Amazon Goodreads Instagram Twitter Having read quite non-fiction books lately, I wanted to read a fiction which would be imaginative and absorbing at the same time. And by picking up this book, I … Continue reading Lights on the Sea by Miquel Reina: Book Review

Nightmarch: A Journey into India’s Naxal Heartlands by Alpa Shah: Book Review

Title: Nightmarch: A Journey into India’s Naxal Heartlands Author: Alpa Shah Publisher: HarperCollins India Publishers Publishing Date: 5th November 2018 My Rating: 4 stars Links: Facebook Amazon Goodreads Instagram Twitter   “In a country deeply divided by caste and class, it is remarkable that these groups of people at polar ends of society have come together- … Continue reading Nightmarch: A Journey into India’s Naxal Heartlands by Alpa Shah: Book Review