Author: Ryan Suvaal Genre: Shorts Number of Pages: 23 pages Seventeen gruesome killings across the United States, within a span of six months and there is one clear connection among victims. They were all writers. While media is decorating the murders with sensationalist stories, and law enforcement is playing catch-up, the homicidal maniac remains elusive… Continue reading “Fireside Chat with a Grammar Nazi Serial Killer” Book Review | Scary Psychology issues!
Author: Shubham Arora Genre: Horror Number of Pages: 50 pages The Dark Side Of The Moon is a collection of short stories that are dark, grim and flirt ambitiously with notions of the unexplained. Volume 1 includes three stories. THE LAST SKYPE: What do you do when you are thousands of miles away from the… Continue reading “The Dark Side of The Moon (Volume 1)” – Book Review | Totally Spooked me out!
Author: Chanchal Sanyal Genre: Fiction Number of Pages: 184 pages College professor M.B. and his designer wife, Roshni, are a yuppie couple living in the ever-expanding, smog encrusted, roiling city of Delhi. They have finally achieved their dream of buying their own apartment—in an an up and coming builder complex in Gurgaon. The problem is,… Continue reading “The Glass House” Book Review | What but glass are our dreams made of!!
Author: Prakriti Singh Genre: Travelogue Number of Pages: 74 pages The book is a blend of emotional challenges and travel journeys of the author around the Indian country. One can learn many unique things about different yet common places, about their history and culture apart from all that everybody knows. As the voyage starts, the… Continue reading “A Voyage through the Echoes” Book Review | Travel time!!
Written by: Shruti Agrawal Number of Pages: 58 Format: Kindle Genre: Contemporary/Modern poetry 'Death of Dreams' is a short collection of modern poetry with beautiful thoughts and keen observations. It was a quick 15-minute read which was exactly what I needed after a chunky read.. that dragged on for a moth due to lack of… Continue reading “Death of Dreams” Book Review | My onerous relationship with modern poetry!
Author: Arpit BakshiGenre: Mythological Fiction, Sci-fiNumber of Pages: 284 pagesThe Maha Vishnu Trilogy is set two million years past 2050 AD when Earth as we know has ceased to exist. Life is concentrated in the two separated city states called Madhavpur and Ayudhpur. A new elevated race, the Manavas now reside the planet, now called… Continue reading “The Code of Manavas” (Maha Vishnu Trilogy #1) – Book Review | A mix of mythology and sci-fi!
I wanted to end the year on a happy note and so I picked this seemingly light cutesy romantic read one day in December (pun intended). But boy oh-boy was this anything but light! "One Day In December" spans over a span of ten years and follows Jack and Laurie's lives from the moment they… Continue reading “One Day In December” by Josie Silver – Book Review
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!
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!
Author: Himanshu Bhatia Genre: Contemporary Romance Number of Pages: 232 pages While we try to arrange marriages by matching horoscopes and compatibilities, we forget at times that “marriages are made in heaven”. We all love to say that Bollywood romantic movies are silly, and that they go overboard in their depiction of love, we actually secretly fantasize to… Continue reading “Just Missed!” – Book Review | Caught the Second Lead syndrome..