The Testaments by Margaret Atwood is the sequel to the famous books of all times, The Handmaid's Tale.
A look at the cover was enough for me to flip the pages of Nobody's Child and what I found subsequently inside of it, didn't let me stop!
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder or PTSD is a mental health condition that comes into the picture after the patient experiences a terrifying event. It is this mental health problem which has been represented in this book and forms the central theme of 'What Mina Did'
High School Queens (Book 1) is a fast-paced and riveting account of the typical American High-School Drama where the author explores the variety of issues teenagers face while growing up.
The story is primarily about Narasimha's redemption. He is longing to make amends for his past deeds. He decides to right his wrong and move ahead in life peacefully. But would the path be smooth?
Magic has been hiding at the edges of reality all along. And it would come out in open in The Children of Destruction.
A selfless and unconditional love between siblings coupled with a grim reality of the Indian society forms the backbone of Give Your Heart A Break.
Read the story of a young tennis player Tahira Rizvi who wants to make one last attempt at building a career for herself as a professional tennis player in Wild Card 2.
Today, people find it difficult to survive in a relationship due to overwhelming compatibility issues which have been discussed in Man Vs Wife.
I Am Always Here With You is a heartwarming story of Kartik and Ashima, the two love birds who fell in love in their teenage, that stands upright amidst all rough storms.
Are you kiddin’ me? Is a collection of humorous stories, with a medley of emotions and anecdotes from our everyday lives.
A gripping tale of Astras and Astra wielders which will take you along so many empires and kingdoms vying to keep the weapon safe in the hiding because none except celestials could bear it.
Investing, Trading & Speculation in India is an excellent book on the subject of stock markets. Written in a lucid language with supporting evidence and anecdotes make this book a truly informative read.
POPS! is a story told from the perspective of a child whose father leaves him at the time of his birth only to return years later.