Happimess by Biswajit Banerji is a collection of delightful short stories that tickle you with their tongue-in-cheek humour and sarcastic tone. The 13 stories pave your way to have a good time discovering how society works in a playful manner.
Prisoners of Secrets by Lata Gwalani is a heart-wrenchingly beautiful tale of Meera, Manuel, and Shankar, each guarding their own secrets. Check out the full review here.
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Mental Maze by Vidit Singh Gautam is an account of a girl Lisa who gradually falls in the abyss of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD).
Seven Broken Souls by Bull Durham is the story of tormented childhood by the abusive parents leading up to the making of a broken human.
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Bedazzle by Shamoly Khera is a wonderful book that talks about how one can charm the people as they bring about a significant change in themselves.
Second Wind by Minal Arora is a spiritual romance fiction that follows Rahul as he searches for his lost love, Maaya. In his directionless quest, he comes to unveil himself and be one with his core.
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Together We Were (W)hole by Namrata Gupta is a thrilling tale of love, deceit, and revenge that follows a strong-headed girl, Sanaya, and her lover, Siddharth.
Manu by Darshan Desale is a fictional account of a lesser-known character in Hindu mythology. Its protagonist Manu is usually found biding his time reading mythology.