17 September 2014

Sale of souls: Vidyadhara

Sale of Souls, by Vidyadhara is an extraordinary tale of resistance for land and love that tells the story of easy to fleece villagers skirmishing to keep hold of their familial rural community for continued existence and source of revenue wedged in between the dominant lobbies of the wealthy and the influential and revolves around the insightful subject of divergence of the poverty and progress against the environment.

14 September 2014

Seven Conversations: Nistha Tripathi

Seven Conversations, by Nistha Tripathi is an interesting book and as the title suggests, is a fairytale that will surely give some thought to your life, your goals, your dreams and your daily habits to help you reach your dreams. The story is told from the point of view of Meera Sachdev as she returns, as a changed woman who experiences again existence, adore and her individual personality who really, becomes a completely different person while walking the path of her intentions.

06 September 2014

The Story of Jesus Christ: Jyothirllata Girija

The Story of Jesus Christ, retold in rhymes explained to the children, is a book with charming couplets that presents the life of Jesus in a simple manner and close to the little ones. Jyothirllata Girija, with this epic book tells step by step the path of Jesus, from the cave of Bethlehem to the Cross on Golgotha, the mystery of his coming into the world to its painful end.

60 Minutes: Upendra Namburi

From the pen of Upendra Namburi comes out 60 Minutes, a thriller that will surprise and delight the most discerning player. The novel the second work of fiction after 31 keeps the same dynamism in the rhythm of incessant descriptions and frenetic action and in a fervent curious and creative imagination, especially relevant in the articulated proposal setting.

04 September 2014

The Carbon Conundrum: Adit Ambani

The Carbon Conundrum by Adit Ambani can be classified as a classic thriller as there are so many that make you nauseous with the protagonists get sucked into an out of this world search for for the world’s largest vivid yellow diamond where along the way they come across the primeval furtive of its numinous times of yore and find out its links to a veiled fortune and beyond belief affluence that had once potted the upshot of a powerful empire.

Cafe Latte: Amit Shankar

Cafe Latte by Amit Shankar is a collection of 18 short stories based on the shades of life with the content of the various stories is soft, that leaves the reader indifferent and apathetic, and is recommended for most impressionable minds with the style is clear and elegant.

31 August 2014

Seduced by Murder: Saurbh Katyal


Seduced by Murder by Saurbh Katyal is the story of a banal murder, seemingly simple to solve but with a totally unexpected conclusion, perhaps the most unattainable, with the structure with the linearity of this book is great and the finale is nothing short of unthinkable with a novel that will devour in a few hours.