The book builds on the myths and lores of Yeti or Bigfoots.. the story is set in Karya Kunj, a small village located at the foot of Nirmalaya mountain range.. it is a beautiful place with a motley crue of people who have been told by their ancestors about the wrath of these beasts and… Continue reading The Alpha Yeti – Book Review
'Time Crawlers' is a collection of 6 short stories in which the author has scripted stories set in various points in space-time. some of them are set in a parallel universe and some into different points in time. It gives the reader some flexibility to set up the surroundings since it's not possible to give… Continue reading ‘Time Crawlers’
Author: Marina L. ReedGenre: Contemporary, FictionWelcome to Primrose Street, where neighbours share close interactions but know very little of each other. Only the maple trees that have lined the road for decades know their decisions, indiscretions, secrets, joys, and pains.From fifty-year residents Charlie and Cora and their grandson Ronald, to newcomer Sofia and her son… Continue reading “Primrose Street” – Book Review | Beautiful potrayal of the mundane..
Book Cover Author: Ashraf Haggag Genre: Self-help and Personal Development Number of Pages: 150 pages I must begin with the fact that I was really intrigued by the name of the book as we are always used to hearing Golden rules that I had to check it out if these rules were indeed more valuable than gold! 20… Continue reading “20 Diamond Rules for Ultimate Well-being” – Book Review | Make life good!
Author: Prashant Jain Genre: Self-help and Personal Development Number of Pages: 199 pages "Vitamin G" stresses on the importance of gratitude for having a fulfilled and well-rounded life. There are many aspects of life which we would want to improve on but one thing that gets thoroughly ignored often is gratitude. According to this book, gratitude is the… Continue reading “Vitamin G” – Book Review | Being Grateful!
Author: Vikram Kapur Genre: Political thriller Number of Pages: 239 pages The Hindu nationalist movement, Mahatma Gandhi’s assassination, a Seattle-based computer engineer and a Perry Mason novel are just some of the threads woven into the tapestry of this story. Meticulously researched, The Wages of Life interweaves India’s past and present to tell a story… Continue reading “The Wages of Life” – Book Reviews | Unexpectedly good!
Author: Khayaal Patel Genre: Mythology based Historical fiction Number of Pages: 332 pages A small princely state in Rajasthan is the last bastion of resistance against the might of the British Empire. While unrest surrounding the sudden death of the king of Devangarh grows, young prince Rudra Pratap Chauhan prepares to ascend the throne. But the kingdom is… Continue reading “Tarikshir” – Book Review | Thrill and Entertainment galore!
God bless the soul who first got the idea to create audio books! October was a really bad reading month for me. I just ended up reading four books out of which two were audio-books! Had there been no audio-books I would have read barely two books last month. If you are like me.. trying… Continue reading My Storytel reads!
Like it or not.. we all keep secrets.. mostly because we are scared the world won't accept us for who we are or what we have done once the mask falls off. The worst part is that we all hold secrets and act like our lives are perfect and so are the lives of people… Continue reading Secrets are poison.. Don’t hold ’em back any more!!
Author: Jasmin Waldmann Genre: Personal Development Number of Pages: 241 pages Amit Malhotra, 35, is a high-flying investment banker who loves his gut and all things gourmet. Amit is living the proverbial good life, which includes a loving family, a successful career and a luxurious life – albeit with a paunch. When a pretty twenty-something calls him ‘uncle’… Continue reading “Change Me” – Book Review |Take charge of your life!