Packed with six different short stories, 8 Down From Saharanpur is an engaging bundle of never imagined world of fantasy, horror, and mystery.
A lyrical narrative wrapped in the comely emotion of love, a heartwarming story, a heart-breaking story, a painfully beautiful story - To Naddiyaa.
Hungry Gods by Richa Lakhera left me wordless and cringing each time something unexpected happened. For something to blow your mind, Read this amazingly and ruthlessly woven book!
Choose a great deam and live for it. Man is mortal but one can make his name immortal by his work. Read the full review.
It was a war that had begun with the rise of humanity, a war that was seemingly without end. At stake was humanity's collective soul. Catch the whole review of the book RAKSHASAS.
Love is the central theme of the plot that finds ample space and nice description throughout the narrative. To love and be loved is a true blessing which is being justified in the story. Read the full review-
The book is all about a poor but brilliant guy Shravan and his determination. The narration is nice along with the development of characters. Read the full review here!
Love is the vital ingredient of the recipe of our life. It is both sweet and sour and in every form, it possesses a different power. Read the full review of this book here.
The Blue Moon Day encompasses the stories of five men who are en route to discover their purpose in life. Check the whole review here.
In the candid tete-a-tete with him, Kartik talks about his journey as a writer, his passion and what it takes to be the one you want. Read about the experiences of the young Indian Author Kartik Srivastava.
A subtle narrative, a small bunch of knowledge, philosophy mixed with reality, different theories that have been propagated and explained along with new ones to think over, Understanding our cosmos is a good read. Read the full review of the insightful book here!
A thriller wrapped in multiple hues of human emotions, Trust Me Not, is a wonderful treat to feast upon. No doubt that once you get hold of the book, you'll be moving as the plotline speeds off. Read the full review here!