Be Careful What You Wish For – Jeffrey Archer

After a year long wait and pondering on various permutations and combinations about what will […]

Losing My Religion – Vishwas Mudagal

Losing my religion came in with an interesting blurb and I read it mostly while […]

The Treasure Of Kafur – Aroon Raman

Last year, I’d read Aroon Raman’s The Shadow Throne. I remember finishing it in a […]

Things Your Mother Never Told You About Love – Juhi Pande

To be brutally honest, I would have never ever thought about picking a book with […]

Capital – Rana Dasgupta

Rana Dasgupta’s Capital was making waves at the Jaipur Literary Festival this year. I couldn’t […]

Rearview, My Roadies Journey – Raghu

Love him or hate him but if you are a TV addict, you certainly can’t […]

One Summer : America 1927 – Bill Bryson

I remember reading an article where it was mentioned that Bill Bryson is one of […]

The Goldfinch – Donna Tartt

Some books take their own good time to get into your headspace and once it […]

Ajaya – Anand Neelkantan

Anand Neelkantan’s Asura is one of my favourite books of mythological fiction genre. It was […]

The Exiled Prince – Ravi

Mythology is something that I believe that we all are aware of. The knowledge with […]

No Man’s Land – Nilesh Shrivastava

Let me start this post by quoting Mark Twain “Buy land, they’re not making it […]

Chronicle of a Corpse Bearer – Cyrus Mistry

This year’s Jaipur Literary Festival has again been an eye-opener towards many authors and a […]

How I Got Lucky – Farhad J. Dadyburjor

Media & Journalism is a riotous industry, more so because of the stiff  & exponentially […]

The Signature of All Things – Elizabeth Gilbert

To begin with, I haven’t read Eat, Pray, Love by Gilbert and haven’t watched the […]