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Written by the very talented Kirthi Jayakumar and published by Readomania, The Dove’s Lament is a book that will literally take your breath away. It is full of anger, lament, pain, it howls at the brutalities of war and conflict ridden areas, social malpractices and general lack of humanity. Somewhere softly it also speaks of […]
Crossroads “…….Country which flourished in lush forests pure rivers, virgin fields, has been ravaged to the point of extinction all of us have remained mute spectators to the mutilation, barbaric actions perpetrated by the pernicious power brokers. Soul of my country asks us all Have you not raped me enough?….” Crossroads is a collection of […]
I was at this unique book shack called Walking Bookfairs in Bhubaneswar, these guys travel around Odhisha promoting reading among people (more on their story later), one of the owners of WB suggested this Duckbill book, I was confused as to why was he suggesting that I must read this young adult novel!!! Nonetheless I […]
The world of fiction was known to me and I’ve spent a good few years writing stories and articles, but recently when I joined a Facebook group named Rejected Stuff it was really when my true interest in poetry triggered. I must admit I am no way qualified to review a book which deals with […]