Book Review: ‘Endless Night’ by Agatha Christie
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Book Review: ‘Endless Night’ by Agatha Christie

My Rating**** ‘Endless Night’ is another gem by our beloved mystery queen. A powerful first-narration not only makes this book a unique among all her works, but also gives us another glimpse of Christie’s powerful writing. While writing a book in first-person narrative is not an easy task, this type of narration has its own … Continue reading

A Paranormal Thriller of Some Weird Kind of Dreams
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A Paranormal Thriller of Some Weird Kind of Dreams

My Rating*** The Indian publishing industry is growing day by day. The tremendous success of authors like Chetan Bhagat, Amish, Ashwin Sanghi and many others have encouraged a number of aspiring writers to pick up the pen. As a result, a number of authors are coming out with their debut works every year. However, while … Continue reading

Did John Grisham fail to remember that he was writing a work of fiction? Review of ‘Gray Mountain’
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Did John Grisham fail to remember that he was writing a work of fiction? Review of ‘Gray Mountain’

My Rating** At the outset, I would like to confess that I am feeling too bad now. I just rated ‘Gray Mountain’ by John Grisham as ‘two stars’. But, with all sincerity, I cannot give this book a higher rating than this. To be frank, this book actually deserves only ‘one star’. This book really … Continue reading

Book Review: The Latin Version by Steve Daley
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Book Review: The Latin Version by Steve Daley

My Rating**** “It’s a light read and well written. It is fun, fast and kept me involved throughout. Loved the unique style of narration.” ‘The Latin Version’ (A Jake Turner Novel) by Steve Daley is a fast-paced entertaining thriller. The book is easy to read and keeps you hooked till the end. You can finish … Continue reading

Book Review: ‘The Nidhi Kapoor Story’ by Saurabh Garg
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Book Review: ‘The Nidhi Kapoor Story’ by Saurabh Garg

My Rating*** I give ‘three stars’ to ‘The Nidhi Kapoor Story’ by Saurabh Garg. While the book didn’t fulfil my expectations on certain fronts, it was well-written and featured some likable characters. As the title of the book suggests the story of this book revolves around Nidhi Kapoor, a leading Bollywood actress. Her father Nishant … Continue reading

Book Review: 60 Minutes by Upendra Namburi
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Book Review: 60 Minutes by Upendra Namburi

My Rating ** ‘60 Minutes’ by Upendra Namburi has been advertised as a racy thriller where all the action unfolds in 60 minutes. Time-bound thrillers always excite me and, therefore, I became very happy when I got a chance to read and review this book. So, what is my impression of this book? While the … Continue reading

Book Review: Private India by Ashwin Sanghi & James Patterson
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Book Review: Private India by Ashwin Sanghi & James Patterson

My Rating*** The names of Ashwin Sanghi and James Patterson need no formal introduction. Both of these authors have garnered rave reviews for their previous works. While Ashwin Sanghi is known for spine-chilling and riveting mysteries, James Patterson is recognized as one of the most popular thriller writers of the world. Therefore, my happiness knew … Continue reading

Book Review: Summer House with Swimming Pool by Herman Koch
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Book Review: Summer House with Swimming Pool by Herman Koch

My rating **** Herman Koch is a Dutch writer whose writing certainly has a class that can stand on its own. Summer House with Swimming Pool by Herman Koch is an exquisite prose whose characters impresses strongly on our mind. The lively human landscape Koch creates seems innocent of any big comment on life and … Continue reading