Sunday, July 24, 2016

Corpokshetra Book Review


Corpokshetra by Deepak Kaul is a multifaceted novel, but accurate slide, which uses Mahabharata in a consistent and original manner that is to be able to delve into the intricacies of corporate psychology in a light humorous manner which, in fact, is not synonymous with superficiality with a fascinating book that is based on an original storyline full of mystery and humour written with a nice mix of myth and fantasy.

Saturday, July 23, 2016

Once Upon A Time in India Book Review


Once Upon A Time in India by Alfred Assollant and translated by Sam Miller relates the experiences of its eponymous legend about the adventures of a young French captain, Corcoran, who lives to make discoveries in the world along with his faithful companion Louison, a pet tigress, which is presented in narrative form, rich in detail.

Sunday, July 17, 2016

City of Death Book Review


City of Death by Abheek Barua is a very well thought out book and the elements intertwine and unravel with intelligence as it promises to leave the reader glued to the last page, and so it does with a plot that is fluent, compelling and can be read in one breath, dispensing shots and reversals throughout the book so as to arouse more curiosity.

Sunday, July 10, 2016

Ready, Steady, Go Book Review


Ready, Steady, Go! Deepak Mehra suggests words that are not theoretical ramblings of an expert in interpersonal relations, or chapters of a resounding treatise on psychology but contain tips that have an immediate practical use at work. In a conversational and pleasant style the author gives solution to the problems of everyday life at the office that no school prepares you to face.

Sunday, July 03, 2016

The Failure Project Book Review


The Failure Project - The Story Of Man's Greatest Fear by Anup Kochhar unlike other books doesn’t tell us to deny the fear, but to face it and accept it, not to mention that sometimes it is the secret ingredient for great results.