Through her personal and brazen account in the form of We Should All Be Feminists, the author attempts to bring us to a table and initiate a conversation.
The Antagonists is a scathing and blunt account of the murky political system of India which brings out the dark side of it along with its ever-changing dynamics.
Chaurasi, written in the characteristic writing style of Satya Vyas, is a story set in the times of 1984 in India when communal riots were on rise.
Such Is Life is a mindful collection of delightful poems spread across different subjects ranging from life, death, living, love, relationships, dreams to the poetry.
Reasons to Kill God traces the history of Nazi concentration camps where the Jews were brought and tortured to death.
October Junction is a beautiful tale that tickles your heart and transports you to Banaras. 10th of October stays its focal point.
Still Loved... Still Missed is a collection of 15 soothing short stories and poems which are woven beautifully. In each work, you could identify with the author's penchant for nature.
The stories in this linked collection are set in a small village in the Northwest of Ireland in the early 1980s and ’90s.
'GRE Analytical Writing: Solutions to the Real Essay Topics - Book 1 Edition 2018: Volume 19' by Vibrant Publishers is a compact book that comes to the rescue of the GRE aspirants to understand the nuances of Analytical Writing.
The Nine-Chambered Heart is a compendium of shifting perspectives that follow one woman's life, making her dazzlingly real in one moment, and obscuring her in the very next.
Data Structures & Algorithms is a short book that compiles the basic information about the topic in the form of questions and answers.
The Soft Target is the story of a boy's journey into manhood, as he takes on God with his mental prowess, defeating Him at every stage, thus making God his soft target.
How I Topped The Boards And You Can Too tells how does one go about topping the boards—exams that can determine where your life’s headed, your college, your first job…maybe even your first crush?
Through poetry broken by prose and narration, HINENI, Zee's story, speaks of the fallacies of the system of marriage, identity, emotional health and abuse, loneliness, and the resilience of the human spirit.