Book Review – ‘Making A Poem’

'Making A Poem' is an anthology of eloquent poems that speak about the process of constructing a verse from scratch.


Book Review – ‘Letters in the Rain’

Authors: Ananya Roy and Anubhav Shrivastava Publisher: Rumour Books India Publication date: 7 Dec 2017 ISBN-10: 1513627252 ISBN-13: 978-1513627250 Blurb: Quite early in his life, Aman had been labelled a 'weirdo'. His side-parted, oil soaked hair and gawky physique made him the butt of jokes among his peers. There is nothing spectacular in his lifeā€”he... Continue Reading →

Book Review – ‘The Irony of Happy Muharram’

'Irony of a Happy Muharram' presents a humourous account on what it means to be an Indian Muslim in present times.

Book Review – ‘The Big Switch’

'The Big Switch' narrates the life of Keith Kurien, primarily focusing on the various things he had to endure to fulfill his goals. It urges us to follow our heart and march in the pursuit of our true calling.

Book Review – ‘The assassinations: A novel of 1984’

The author has skillfully weaved a story set in the backdrop of 1984 that is a heart wrenching tragedy at its core. This book is an ode to all the innocent people who had lost their lives in a chain of events that followed Operation Blue Star.

Book Review – ‘The Inheritors’

'The Inheritors' offers a fascinating account of what goes on in Marico, Dabur, Keventers, Berger Paints, Select Group, Antara, Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas, Luxor and Motilal Oswal. It traces the humble beginnings of these companies and their journey towards the top of success ladder.

Book Review – ‘Fear is the Key’

'Fear is the Key' is a psychological thriller that will definitely give you chills down your spine.

Book Review – ‘Stand Strong’

'Stand Strong' projects a new perspective on life and offers insights on overcoming various challenges thrown at us. It also emphasises how lessons of Ramayana can be implemented in real life.The book doesn't glorify a specific religion but rather preaches the teachings of the epic.

Book Review – ‘The Blue Jinx’

Nikhil, a interior consultant had finally got an opportunity to work on big project after a long time. His client, Hemant invited him to stay in his Nasik bungalow to study about its interiors. During his stay, he witnesses a lot of strange things happening around him and also escapes a near to death experience. Everyone around him except Samara (Hemant's daughter) assumes him to have lost his senses. Was it Nikhil's imagination? or Was a spirit using him as a medium?

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