Some would say Ira is the main protagonist of this beautifully written piece of fiction, but for me it is Bombay. Amrita Mahale's love letter to "The city of dreams" is a sheer joy to read.The character are so well developed, that as a middle class Mumbaikar myself, I could identify with multiple characters. The… Continue reading Milk teeth by Amrita Mahale
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The story revolves around the hijacking of the prime ministers plane. Who hijacks the plane and what do they want? Is it a case of kidnap and extraction or is there something more than meets the eye? The plot is fast paced and keep you engaged till the last page. The author takes us into… Continue reading Spies, lies and red tape by Amit Bagaria
The book is set in the next decade and tells us how the current problems like rape, alcohol and tobacco abuse have increased by many folds in India. The plot is engaging with good character development. I liked how the author has not just cribbed about the problems but tried to give some thought provoking… Continue reading Mirror by Manoj Kumar Sharma
A good collection of poems and one liners. The language is simple but it will leave an impact on you. Everyone will find atleast one poem that resonates with them and their life experiences. If you love poetry give this book a try.
The plot revolves around a failing entrepreneur Raghu Mehta. In spite of his best efforts his family business is on the verge of shutting down, so to salvage the situation he goes to China with a friend to explore new opportunities. He finds something there that changes his life. Will the Raghu be able to… Continue reading Made in China by Parinda Joshi
This action-packed tale of historical fiction revolves around a simple woman’s transformation into a fearsome warrior. The society turns an innocent being into a blood thirsty warrior with it’s prejudices. Will she succeed in her aim and get her revenge or will she be manipulated and led astray. The language is simple and easy to… Continue reading Revenge of the Chandalas (The chronicles of Kosala) by Sandeep Nayyar
Priya Kumar has a way with words. She puts across her message without sounding preachy or repetitive. I loved her message of self inquiry followed by self growth. So the next time you are faced with a problem, look at it as an opportunity to grow instead of being sad about it.
There seems to be a flood of Indian mythology-inspired books in the market right now and each one of them has something unique to offer. This is a true testament to our nation’s rich cultural history. This book revolves around a Gurukul in the Himalayas which is blending the ancient Vedas with modern science to… Continue reading The Whispering Dwapara: The Rise of Maharathis by Rishi
The book revolves around Kaalkoot which is the deadliest poison know to mankind. Will it fall into the wrong hands or will it stay locked for ever? The plot is fast paced and very engaging. The characters are well developed and each and every one of them brings something to the table. The language is… Continue reading Kaalkoot by A.Venkatesh
The book revolves around Neel Kalki a vigilante who comes from a family of armed forces officers. He loses his family at a very young age and learns life lessons the hard way. He grows up to become one of India's bravest protectors. But a betrayal lands him into the hands of the Chinese where… Continue reading The Last Avatar (Age of Kalki #1) by Vishwas Mudagal