Sunday, June 26, 2016

A Broken Man Book Review

A Broken Man by Akash Verma, the author of It Happened That Night and Three Times Loser is the quest of a Dalit boy and a high caste Brahmin girl, whose love is crushed by a society that thrives on divisions of caste and religion, to redeem hope from despair, love from separation and get success out of repeated failures.

Saturday, June 25, 2016

I Still Think About You Book Review

I Still Think About You by Arpit Vageria with the story of love, brotherhood, pain, redemption, the journey, the lies and the secrets, the regrets, the discovery of an unexpected truth has unspeakable secrets, that even if we do not want to affect the lives of the people, but they are there nearby.

Sunday, June 19, 2016

Panorama Book Review

Panorama by Shilpi Chaklanobis is a collection of 15 short stories will take you on a bittersweet expedition that explores the continuum that is piece of any individual connection and all the convolution as well as turmoil that furtively inhabit inside the homes and hearts of India from a plight of the dog, to the plight of hunger during natural disasters, to the unconditional love of a mother, to a daughter's hatred for her mother, to waiting for true love to come back.

Saturday, June 18, 2016

The Hawk Hunters Book Review

The Hawk Hunters by Pushpendra Singh is a fictional book that is historically extremely accurate and also intriguing, which is able to revive atmospheres, sounds and scents of the time.  This historical novel is a flashback of the Mughal conquest during the era of Guru Gobind Singh, the 10th Sikh Guru.

Sunday, June 12, 2016

Ponytail: The Love For Revenge

Ponytail: The Love for Revenge by Pradip Chauhan has that sensual and intoxicating aroma until something unexpected and shocking happens that upset the lives of the characters and their certainties, with the message that we cannot change the past but surely can change the future.