Tag Archive | Book review

Thwarted Escape – A Review

Thwarted Escape : An immigrant’s Wayward Journey – A Review How do you review a book that is so close to your heart that you feel a maternal pride just looking at it? How do you review a book that you have seen grow from a manuscript to a print edition? How do you review […]

Confessions with Author Ayan Pal

Ayan thank you for agreeing to this interview, First of all congratulations, your debut novel is a best seller and gaining accolades from all over, how does this feel? Did you anticipate this success? While I obviously wanted the book to be successful, I did not anticipate the level of positivity it has gained in […]

A Forgotten Affair by Kanchana Banerjee – A Review

  A Forgotten Affair by Kanchana Banerjee is published by Harlequin, an imprint of Harper Collins. Since it is a Harlequin romance I was expecting something else, but I was pleasantly surprised from the very moment I started reading it. At the risk of sounding clichéd, I would still say this book is refreshingly different […]

The Lively Library & An Unlikely romance by Niranjan Navalgund – A Review

  Published by Readomania, The Lively Library & An Unlikely Romance by Niranjan Navalgund is an attempt to create a parallel world where books have their own realm. It introduces us to an unique Book-World (How I wish this was true!) where the books come to life and they have their own challenges, happiness, struggles […]

In The Light Of Darkness by Radhika Maira Tabrez – A Review

I took my time with this, I could not rush through Tabrez’s debut novel, it is so hauntingly beautiful I had to pause, go back a few pages and re-read what I had just read. People say good books have life in them, I say then this book has soul. I have read Tabrez’s work […]

CABBING ALL THE WAY by Jatin Kuberkar – A Review

  The Blurb: Twelve people agree to an idea of running a shared transport service from a common residential locality to their out-of-civilisation office campus. Twelve different minds with equally diverse personalities gel with each other to fulfil a common need. At first, the members collide on mutual interests, timings, priorities and personal discipline, but […]

Confessions On An Island by Ayan Pal – A Review

Ayan Pal has been a brilliant short story teller for quite a while now, with both print and online presence. I have read Pal’s previous works and my favourite has been his story which is featured in Readomania’s anthology Rudraksha.   So I was curious to read what he has come up with in a […]

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