Before We Met – Lucie Whitehouse

It is always a pleasure to explore new authors, more so, when you end up […]

Family Life – Akhil Sharma

Very few books can make me cry and Akhil Sharma’s Family Life managed to do […]

The Helpline – Uday Mane

What comes to your mind when I say the word “Helpline”? Those clich├ęd responses by […]

Cell – Robin Cook

I wanted to read Robin Cook’s last book ‘Nano’ but somehow I couldn’t. I have […]

Helium – Jaspreet Singh

The year 1984 brings back a lot of memories to those who survived through those […]

The Emperor’s Riddles – Satyarth Nayak

I remember telling this to a fellow book blogger some time back that I am […]

The Black Coat – Neamat Imam

Bangladesh has an interesting history and we all know it. Their struggle for freedom is […]

It’s No Longer A Dream – Sanjeev Ranjan

I like light reads. There is something about them that make them irresistible no matter […]

Prisoner, Jailor, Prime Minister – Tabrik C

Lok Sabha elections are just around the corner and there is a lot of speculation […]

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 […]

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 […]