Shatrujeet Nath

Shatrujeet (Goodreads, fb) is a writer and a former business journalist based out of Mumbai. He earned critical acclaim with his debut novel, The Karachi Deception. His next, The Guardians of the Halahala, is the first volume in an epic fantasy trilogy based on the legendary Indian king Vikramaditya. The Guardians of the Halahala is set for release in […]

Rohit Gore

Rohit Gore (website, Goodreads, fb), has published four books including The Guardian Angels, Circle of Three and A Darker Dawn. He is based out of Pune. Apart from writing, Rohit loves sports, specifically the discussing and watching part of it, since he believes that his playing days are long gone. His greatest passion is reading and […]

Sachin Garg

Sachin Garg (website, Goodreads, fb), known for his bestsellers Never Let Me Go, I am not Twenty Four and recently Come on Inner Peace, is a writer based out of Delhi, India. Apart from writing, Sachin runs Grapevine India, a publishing house that focusses on giving new authors a platform to find audiences. Sachin’s answers are… 1. Why […]

Not At all Sorry

Sorry…..Again??? The title, the cover page and the tagline that went “Can he purge his sins” seemed very different, and interesting and raised my curiosity to read the book. So now the question is, did Amit Singh’s book live up to the expectations it created in my mind? PLOT: The plot is actually quite interesting. Sid a […]

No Goodbyes For This

“Sassy Sweet and Fast Moving” are the three words on the cover that Anuja Chauhan has used to describe the book. Well, I found this book to be all that and more. No Time For Goodbyes by Andaleeb Wajid is a perfect Teenage romance Novel, with a bit of a whole lot of complications. PLOT:  A […]

Blown Away To Kingdom Come!!!!!!

Whenever you pick a book to read, you always have this preset notion, as to what the book is going to be. Some book fit just right and are exactly as you imagined them to be, whereas some break those boundaries you set for them. They are either worse than you imagined them to be or […]

Hunting Down the Mangler

the madras mangler book review

After reading a fair few not-so-great books, a good book comes like an oasis in the desert. Madras Mangler by Usha Narayanan was such a book. An out-and-out fast-paced, crime thriller, I finished reading the 270 odd pages in an evening. I can safely say the book was unputdownable. PLOT:  A serial killer is lost in […]