The Vow by I S Lahiri is a contemporary fiction set around a visionary who attempts to bring together cricket teams of two nations to alter their destinies.
Elephant Hued by Krishnan S is a delightful story that follows our protagonist, who is looking for their Kuttan. Their companion is no longer around them and they look for them with bated breath and heaviness in the chest.
Anindita Das presents us What the Pandemic Learned from Me. Comprising 18 open letters that cover a variety of relatable themes, this book would prove to be an ideal companion with a mug of your favourite beverage.
WHOLE by Pamela Puja Kirpalani is a wholesome guide on living a better life by understanding different aspects that would lead us towards the same.
1232 km by Vinod Kapri is a jolting account of seven poor labourers who were compelled to move to their hometowns amid growing fear of the fatal virus.
How I Quit Google to Sell Samosas by Munaf Kapadia is an interesting and motivating tale of a man who left behind a secured future to venture into a land of uncertainties.
A Higher Conversation by Neil David Chan is a beautiful book that takes one on a ride to understand themselves better. It is essentially an encapsulation of the conversations Chan had with his metaphysical being.
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.
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.
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.
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 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.
GST for the Layman by Apeksha Solanki is a comprehensive guide on the debated subject of GST. A lot of opinions surround it. From a common man to a politician, everyone continues to discuss if it's the right thing or not.
Everything Started As Nothing by Bhaskar Majumdar is an insightful guide on the coveted field of entrepreneurship. Read the full review of this book to get a clear idea.
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.