Heaven is in trouble!! The book starts with a scene where all Gods from all faiths have assembled together to discuss about mankind's selfishness and an increased liking towards materialistic things and how everyone is in need of shortcuts to achieve everything. How the belief in God is shaking through a presentation called St Peter's … Continue reading When god went to hell by Ravi Gupta review
Mrs C remembers is a beautiful story where we see how the demented mind thinks. The story is told by two individuals, Mrs Chatterjee and her daughter Sohini. This was the first book I read about a mother daughter relationship and it was indeed beautiful! Mrs C is a conservative person. She is a dutiful … Continue reading Mrs C remembers by Himanjali Sankar review
This beautiful book is a collection of 16 short stories. The stories were light but all of them packed a serious punch. The stories are set in and around Lucknow. It was a very refreshing read since I hadn't read much about Lucknow and it's surrounding cities. This book has everything! The stories cover a … Continue reading A word thrice uttered by Parveen Talha review
Served with love is a story about two individuals falling in love over food. The story is about Abhimanyu and Pakhi who fall in love after many tossings and turnings. Pakhi Mehra is a chef who moves to Mumbai to become a guardian to her niece, Abhithi, who lost her parents in an unfortunate car … Continue reading Served with love by Priyanka Menon review
'Remnants of a separation' is a beautiful book which tells us in detail about the Partition in material memory. The book is a collection of 19 stories, rather memories of people about their time in Undivided India and Partition. A partition record which is presented in a very very different angle. I often used to … Continue reading Remnants of a separation by Aanchal Malhotra review
'Written in tears' is a collection of 8 short stories which were originally in Assamese, and are translated in English by Ranjita Biswas. Arupa Patangia Kalita is a well known name in Assamese literature, she has also translated Toni Morrison's The Bluest eye in Assamese. The book offers a glimpse into Assam's violent period which … Continue reading Written in tears by Arupa P Kalita review.
I love reading about historical fiction. When I read the book's blurb, I knew I was going to like the book, and I was not disappointed. The Indus valley civilization was one of my favorites and I was glad to read Harappa. Now coming to the book. The book follows the story of Vidyut Shastri, … Continue reading Harappa: Curse of the blood river review