Those Days in Delhi by Yashodhara Lal | Book Review

Title: Those Days in Delhi Author: Yashodhara Lal Publisher: HarperCollins Genre: Fiction Page Count: 304 Published: August, 2019 Rating: 4.5/5 BOOK BLURB: Delhi in the Nineties. And this time, it’s going to be Gudia’s summer. So what if she’s the quintessential awkward middle child? So what if it seems like everything – from the hair…

Adulting by Neharika Gupta | Book Review

Title: Adulting Author: Neharika Gupta Publisher: Harper Collins Genre: Fiction Page Count: 216 Published: August, 2019 Rating: 3.5/5 BOOK BLURB: Social media manager and popular blogger Aisha is flirty and flamboyant … even as she battles personal demons that tell her she must stop eating if she wants to stay pretty. Ruhi couldn’t be more…

The Case That Shook the Empire by Raghu Palat & Pushpa Palat | Book Review

Title: The Case That Shook the Empire Author: Raghu Palat & Pushpa Palat Publisher: Bloomsbury India Published: August, 2019 Rating: 4.5/5 BOOK BLURB: The thrilling story of how one Indian fought for the rights of millions living under the British rule and gave crucial impetus to the Independence movement in India. The Case That Shook…

“Marvel Novelsβ€”Civil War” by Stuart Moore | Book Review

Title: Marvel Novelsβ€”Civil War Author: Stuart Moore Publisher: Bloomsbury India Published: June, 2019 Rating: 4/5 BOOK BLURB: Iron man and Captain america: two core members of the Avengers, the world’s greatest super hero team. When a tragic battle blows a hole in the city of Stamford, killing hundreds of people, the U.S. government demands that…

An Interview with the author of “A Year ofΒ Wednesdays” : Sonia Bahl

Born and raised in Kolkata, Sonia Bahl has lived and worked in Chennai, Mumbai, Delhi, Jakarta, Miami, Brussels, Johannesburg, and Singapore. With home being everywhere and nowhere, her belief in the power of the moment became a religion. An affirmation that unexpected and undeniable human connections are everything. Meanwhile, on the work front, she spent…

Narasimha: The Mahaavatar Trilogy Book 1 by Kevin Missal | Book Review

Title: Narasimha (The Mahaavatar Trilogy Book 1) Author: Kevin Missal Publisher: HarperCollins Genre: Mythological Fiction Page Count: 320 Published: June, 2019 Rating: 5/5 BOOK BLURB: Narasimha, once a brave soldier, has left the war and lies low as a physician in a village. But a familiar face from his past seeks his help to stop…

A Year of Wednesdays by Sonia Bahl | Book Review

Title: A Year of Wednesdays Author: Sonia Bahl Publisher: Fingerprint Publishing Genre: Fiction Page Count: 280 Published: March, 2019 Rating: 4/5 MY VIEWS: Airplanes present quite a perplexing social dilemma. It’s difficult to meet people with similar interests, and equally difficult to leave annoying conversations. But, sometimes we find such interesting people in a flight…

Ballots and Breakups: The Games Politicians Play By Sunita Aron | Book Review

Title: Ballots and Breakups Author: Sunita Aron Publisher: Bloomsbury Genre: Non-fiction Page Count: 146 Published: June, 2019 Rating: 4/5 BOOK BLURB: In this insightful and incisive book about coalition politics in India, veteran journalist Sunita Aaron takes the reader on a roller coaster ride through an era of coalition governments and how they are formed….

Virago by Ritiqa Pachauri | Book Review

Title: Virago Author: Ritiqa Pachauri Publisher: Paper towns publishers Genre: Fiction Page Count: 142 Published: December, 2018 Rating: 3.5/5 MY VIEWS: It’s the story of Radhika Mithra, a 30-year old married women and the most successful chartered accountant in Jaipur. Her husband krishnav was a successful businessman, and they had a son named Shriyansh. But,…