The Recession Groom: Vani


The Recession Groom by Vani is a book dedicated to the aspirations of a young chap, to the feelings and the people near him to discuss their neuroses full of stereotypes and, this book is more that speaks of the strengths not to be hidden and believing in themselves, of forgiveness, of sacrifice, of family, of the errors of the past, the prejudices of the people and especially of love.

Rise of the Grey Prince: Arka Chakrabarti


Rise of the Grey Prince by Arka Chakrabarti, the second in a trilogy called The Saga of Agni catapults us into the world of a fantasy story, pleasant, but also very dismissive with its atmosphere created to impress, to intimidate and to entice those who are about to pick up a book, well aware that time will cross the threshold of a world where magic goes hand in hand with the reality.

Everyone Has Their Little Secrets: Michael Louthan


Everyone Has Their Little Secrets by Michael Louthan is a brusquely on the ball and heart-rending representation of a youngster grappling with very grown-up struggles in the midst of a startling coming-of-age work of fiction that pulls no punches.

The Path Is The Way: Mohit Badoni


The Path Is The Way, by Mohit Badoni tells the story of a young Indian Army Officer Vijay Amrit Raj Sharma, struggling between life and death seriously wounded in a cordon and search manoeuvre, recalls the lessons that existence and his grandfather have taught him.