'Einstein ka Ankaha Siddhhant' by S S Raw is a wonderful fiction set around themes of time travel, political tension, lust for power, and fear for some alien force. Read the full book review to know more.
Tricade 1990 to 2020 by Deepak Bhushanam is an insightful account of thirty years showcasing how India has evolved in them. It elaborates on several areas that went on to change themselves and contribute to the nation's development.
The Familiar Faces: Volume 1 by V Ram Praneeth is a collection of stories of people like you and me that are very different and yet appear familiar. That's their beauty. Their familiarity, their simplicity.
Sangam: The Awakening by Tejaswini Sundar is a fantasy fiction set in the kingdom of Devprastha. In the game of lust for power, prophecies, love, betrayal, and hurt, we find the book taking its readers on an exhilarating ride.
7 Simple Rules by Sam Sadar is a short book about how one can find a ray of sunshine in the midst of gloominess. These lessons are easily applicable to our lives and would certainly make a teeny tiny difference to them.
Silent Fires by Poojitha Prasad is a mystery thriller set around a hotshot celebrity Arun and his wife, Shravya's, sudden disappearance. Read the full review here.
Letters to You by Myoho is a story set around two best friends - Disha and Kiah - who are struggling to come to terms with their sexuality.
The Silent Shot by Harshvardhan Rao is a contemporary thriller set around three friends, coming from different walks of life, and an arms deal
It's A Wonderful Life found me at the right time, a point where I needed a breath of fresh air while I am still reeling under the news of COVID. Read more about this immersive book here.
The Way That We Are by Priyam Acharya is a collection of 121 poems that describes the raw and heartfelt emotions of a human. Do check out the full review here!
Situational Sins by Azar is a heartbreaking tale of two girls pushed into the world of sex trafficking. There is an intriguing story built around them, including other characters, that goes on to explain how tragic the whole experience pans out to be.
The Dream Voyagers by David Lyons is a thrilling tale of saving humanity against the clutches of evil. It focuses on Tom, his mysterious friend Anna-Marie, the rainbow twins, a few evil forces, and their fight to protect the underworld.
Douglas Misquita's latest book, Trigger Point, is the third in the ‘Luc Fortesque’ series. It follows Luc as he's hunted by the world’s oldest espionage agency. Check out the full review of the book on blog.
Extra Ordinary by Sailee Tiwari emphasizes vivid thoughts, feelings, and life experiences with which a reader can relate, and which instigate many questions in mind.
In a conversation with Bookish Fame, Isha Snehal talks about her book, her writing, her thoughts on being an author, and her future plans. Have a look here.
Hamartia by Sharanya Singh is a collection of 20 poems that speak of tragedy, loss, numbing pain, and hope. Listless thoughts cloud this collection as we traverse through one poem after the other.