Genre: Non Fiction Pages: 175 Publisher: Aleph book company We Indians are familiar with the concept of 'Jugaad' that we almost knowingly or unknowingly use it on a daily basis to make our life simple and it also helps to save money. With this book, Nelson dives deep in the word and also explores the … Continue reading Jugaad Yatra by Dean Nelson
Genre: Psychological thriller No. of pages: 371 Publishers: Hachette India A five year old boy, Jacob, dies in a hit and run accident on a rainy afternoon in November. The boy was everything to his mother. His death leaves her devastated. In charge of this investigation are a Bristol CID team, Ray Stevens and Kate … Continue reading I let you go by Claire Mackintosh review.
Publishers: Penguin Random House India Genre: Fiction Pages: 253 Translated from the Turkish by Ekin Oklap. This is the story of Cem, who helps his father run their father's pharmacy shop, Hayat. His father has leftist views and disappears one day. Cem cherishes dreams to become a writer. He spent his the summer helping out … Continue reading The red haired woman by Orhan Pamuk review
Publishers: Aleph Book Company Genre: Non fiction Pages: 235 I confess, I love reading about controversial people because I believe there are two sides to every story. This was the hardest book I ever had to review. Maher has handled the topic with such poise and has given full justice to Qandeel's story. I had … Continue reading The sensational life and death of Qandeel Baloch by Sanam Maher.
Genre: Non fiction Publishers: Aleph book company No of pages: 276 A richly researched and a well written book, Daughter's of the sun is a beautiful read. This book is about the women of the Mughal dynasty, how they helped shape the empire. A brief and in depth research about a topic which we seldom … Continue reading Daughters of the sun by Ira Mukhoty review
Genre: Fiction Publisher: Speaking Tiger publishing pvt ltd Pages: 121 My first book by a Naga author and I was mesmerized! This is the story of Atuonuo and Visenuo, her mother. Two hardworking women who cultivate paddy on their field and lead a content and a self sufficient life. The book is set it Kija, … Continue reading Don’t run my love by Easterine Kire review.
Genre: Fiction/Spirituality I was mesmerized by the beautiful cover of the book! The blurb is very interesting too. Is it as beautiful as the cover? Read on to find out. This book is the story of a stranded tourist, Ajay Kapur, who was in Ladakh for a trek. He got stranded in the region after … Continue reading Hemis by Madhu Tandan review
A new, fresh story which you can snuggle with and have a nice cup of coffee with. The blurb of the book sounded interesting and it was after a long time I was reading a love story so I was very much skeptical about it. Did this book prove me wrong? Read on to find … Continue reading Let’s have coffee by Parul A Mittal review
Epic tale of a Mumbai bar dancer. This is one epic book as the title clearly states. This book follows the journey of Pallavi aka Munia, her godfather, Raja Mallik and Roy, a beautiful character created by the Author. When you hear the word, 'Dance bar', what comes to your mind? Mumbai. Because the culture … Continue reading Without Prejudice by Devasis review
"Murder of a lady" by Anthony Wynne is one of the finest murder mysteries I read this year. Murder mystery is a genre out of my comfort zone and I started to explore this genre this year. I am pretty happy. The book is set in Scotland. A murder is committed in the Duchlan castle. … Continue reading Murder of a lady by Anthony Wynne review