Fraudster – RV Raman

Corporate thrillers are fun to read. In Indian writing space, Ravi Subramanian rules the genre […]

Picture Abhi Baaki Hai – Rachel Dwyer

It is always good to read books about Bollywood and how people perceive it. I […]

Prem Naam Hai Mera, Prem Chopra – Rakita Nanda

Everyone writes or wants to write about heroes and their lives but what about a […]

Anti-Social Network – Piyush Jha

Most of have become social-networking junkies. I myself spend a better part of my day […]

Bubble Wrap – Kalyani Rao

Picking up a book by a debut author always comes with some kind of skepticism […]

One Life Is Not Enough – K. Natwar Singh

I have always enjoyed reading autobiographies. Reading an autobiography comes with its own repercussions. You […]

99 – Khushwant Singh

Let me just begin this post by saying that I have not read much of […]

Life or Death – Michael Robotham

There are times when you just pick a book on a whim and end up […]

Love Kills – Ismita Tandon

I had read Jacob Hills by Ismita Tandon and had quite like the book though […]

Lost In Pattaya – Kishore Modak

I had read Kishore Modak’s debut book “Main In Singapore”¬†and hadn’t liked it much and […]

The Full Moon Bride – Shobhan Bantwal

I have said this earlier and I have no qualms in saying this again that […]

Play With Me – Ananth

Reading debut authors always comes with a bit of skepticism. You may enjoy their work […]

God Is A Gamer – Ravi Subramanian

Before I begin with my review of God Is A Gamer, I would like to […]

Junglezen Sheru – Samarpan

There’re books that you pick because their blurb looked interesting to you. The reason why […]

60 Minutes – Upendra Namburi

There are very few books that can make me sit straight and finish them in […]