The Mahabharata Quest: The Alexander Secret

Christopher C Doyle brings together History, Mythology and Science in an interesting and compelling story, of The Mahabharata Quest: The Alexander Secret. The title piqued my curiosity, “What could Mahabharata, and Alexander ever have in common, Right?” Incidentally, this is again the first book by the author, I am reading. (Makes me think I should have […]

Slightly Burnt

Slightly Burnt by Payal Dhar is a YA novel about teenagers and their problems. At the same time, it is not, just a novel and addresses issues that are important and need to be spoken about. PLOT:  Sahil and Komal are best friends until he tells her something that he should not have. The conversation […]

Back In Time

Back In Time is the second book of the Tamanna series, and Andaleeb Wajid has done justice to the story of Tamanna that she started in No Time For Goodbyes. PLOT: Stuck indefinitely in the 80s after losing her camera, Tamanna is rather calm. She finally has to confront her feelings for Manoj and come […]

Flames of Paradise

When I heard of Flames of Paradise written by Tanjua Shankar Khan, a story with a female protagonist set amidst the terrorism in Kashmir I jumped at the offer to review the book.   PLOT: The novel has an interesting plot which revolves around the story of Snigdha, a professional cinematographer, who gets a project which […]

God Is A Gamer

Well Looks like I am on a streak of reading new authors, they dominate my To Be Read list.  So God Is A Gamer by Ravi Subramanian is again the first book I am reading by the author, which made for an exciting and quick-paced read on the whole. PLOT:  Seemingly unconnected events happening all […]

Private India

A thriller based in India, a collaboration between two authors with their own individual styles of writing – one Ashwin Sanghi and the other James Patterson, a book that is the next instalment of the fairly popular private series. With all this backing it up, the expectation from Private India was obviously quite high. PLOT: […]

Book Review: Meghna by Sundari Venkatraman

Meghna is the third book by author Sundari Venkatraman after Double Jeopardy and The Malhotra Bride. This story comes with a warning “This book has been written only for the purpose of Entertainment, Entertainment, Entertainment! If you are looking to learn something or improve your lives after reading this work, then this book is not for you. […]

Telling The Untold

sahara india story

When the title of a book says that, it will tell the untold story of a big business conglomerate like the Shahra India Pariwar, it immediately perks up the reader’s interest. When the said book starts with a disclaimer by the Business it raises expectations further. Sahara: The Untold Story by Tamal Bandyopadhyay, is one […]

Breaking all Moulds

No, I haven’t read Fault In Our Stars, and this is the first John Green Book I have ever read. So how do I feel about Paper Towns? Read on to find out. PLOT: I guess the story comes across differently to different people. Simply put the story is about Quentin and Margo and takes a […]

A Breath Of Fresh

How would Harry Potter be if it were set two centuries back, in the 1800s? It would probably be like A Breath of Frost by Alyxandra Harvey. PLOT: A broken curse threatens to wreak havoc in the lives of Emma and her cousins.  As each thread of the mysterious plot unravels, it makes the past and […]