The Bogus Read
Book Review / Indian Author

The Bogus Read

The Bogus Read by Divyaman is a political and social satire. The book blends criticism and humour to make a comment on the current political and social landscape of India. The book effectively addresses something that is happening in current India. Although the book is amusing and full of sarcasm, it successfully draws readers’ attention … Continue reading

Penumbra: A Gripping Novel In The Style Of Agatha Christie
Book Review / Indian Author / Murder Mystery

Penumbra: A Gripping Novel In The Style Of Agatha Christie

With Penumbra, Bhaskar Chattopadhyay has woven a gripping novel in the style of Agatha Christie. The book can be placed in the realm of old schooled detective and mystery literature. The book takes the reader into the scene of a ‘Locked Room Murder-Mystery’ where a perfect crime takes place. The author leaves clues for the … Continue reading

Book Review: ‘COLOURFUL NOTIONS: THE ROADTRIPPERS 1.0’ by Mohit Goyal
Book Review / Indian Author

Book Review: ‘COLOURFUL NOTIONS: THE ROADTRIPPERS 1.0’ by Mohit Goyal

‘COLOURFUL NOTIONS: THE ROADTRIPPERS 1.0’ by Mohit Goyal is a quick read about a road trip. This road trip takes you to 25 famous places of India. Some of these include forests of Jim Corbett Park, dry Rann of Kachchh, deserts of Rajasthan, Himalayan kingdom of Ladakh, and famous Ghats of Haridwar, etc. The book … Continue reading

Book Review: ‘The Secret of the Mantle’ by Harini Chakrapani
Book Review / Indian Author

Book Review: ‘The Secret of the Mantle’ by Harini Chakrapani

The Secret of the Mantle by Harini Chakrapani is a fantasy with a number of supernatural decorations. Filled with magical powers and creatures, the book takes you into a world of strong characters, gripping plot, shocking twists and turns, and great writing. The story starts with a core of reality and from there readers are … Continue reading

Book Review: ‘The Counterstroke’ by Medha Deshmukh Bhaskaran
Book Review / Historical Fiction / Indian Author

Book Review: ‘The Counterstroke’ by Medha Deshmukh Bhaskaran

Historical fiction is one of my favourite genres as I am a student of history and archaeology myself. While the subject of history may appear mind-numbing and uninteresting to some readers, fiction based on history gives you a chance to envision the story behind the facts. If written cleverly and in an appealing manner, these … Continue reading