Ichibun by Kosuke Sendo is a compilation of 49 short stories depicting the secrets of Japanese precision. With the aid of the aviation industry, the book attempts to teach readers how to make better life decisions.
A Trip to Remember | Aditya Choudhary | Book Review
A Trip to Remember by Aditya Choudhary is a collection of 11 short stories that reflect upon the reality of the world.
Behram’s Boat | Adi Pocha | Book Review
Behram's Boat by Adi Pocha is a delightful tale of an old cranky man who is out on a mission to build a boat to save his people.
Songs to her Lover | Valerie Anithra Pereira | Book Review
Songs to her Lover is a collection of poems written from a woman's point of view to her lover. The basic premise goes like on one fine day in Bombay, two people get talking to each other on a dating site.
The Last Ritual: Dawn of Darkness | Sadath Ali | Book Review
The Last Ritual: Dawn of Darkness by Sadath Ali is a dark novel on the rise of sinister powers and doomsday. It is a story of pure love, unadulterated friendship, netherworld, evil powers, and triumph of good over bad.
मुहाना – भाग १ | धर्मेंद्र मिश्रा
लेखक धर्मेंद्र मिश्रा द्वारा रचित मुहाना - भाग १ जीवन, मनुष्य के अस्तित्व, और विज्ञान पर आधारित कहानी है जो परिकल्पना और वास्तविकता के मध्य की गुथ्थी को समझती है.
Of Closets and Skeletons and Other Crime Stories | Kaivalya Ramnath | Review
Of Closets and Skeletons and Other Crime Stories by Kaivalya Ramnath is a spellbinding collection of short stories that explore the why, rather than who, of crimes.
Living Spirituality | Meetu Bisht | Book Review
Living Spirituality by Meetu Bisht attempts to clear the confusion around the enigmatic concept of spirituality. It aims at offering an insightful and rational understanding of the subject to help true seekers in their respective journeys.
Andaman | Ratnadip Acharya | Book Review
Andaman by Ratnadip Acharya captures the lives of political prisoners in the early 20th century. The book spans more than 100 years and runs parallelly between 1911 CE and 2004 CE.
The Quirky Feminine 2.0 | Sudeshna Chakrabarti | Book Review
The Quirky Feminine 2.0 by Sudeshna Chakrabarti is a collection of five short stories, each having a woman named after eminent personalities and avatars of goddess Parvati.
Sita’s Kitchen | Raghav Khanna | Book Review
Sita's Kitchen is a book that explores the fine dining experience, delectable food of Italian palette, coming of age of a young village girl, power of dreams, and brute reality of life.
3 & The Emerald Stone of Irene | Vinod Raman Nair | Book Review
3 & The Emerald Stone of Irene by Vinod Raman Nair revolves around the conquest of Byzantium in 782 AD. Byzantium is the stone with the light of fortune, referred to in history as Noor-e-Abbasid.
You Are Too Much | Saurabh Kumar Das | Book Review
You Are Too Much by Saurabh Kumar Das is a contemporary fiction set around Aarav, Reesha, Arpita, and Arjun. Aarav and Reesha are deeply in love. However, the journey of their fairytale is not smooth.
30 Times When Your Conscience Needs You / 30 टाइम्स वेन यौर कॉन्श्न्स नीड्स यू | Aarushi Jain
30 Times When Your Conscience Needs You is a collection of 30 chapters wherein the author has described a different way to look at a particular situation with a new perspective and way of analysing things.
Twelve Minutes Later | Vedashree Jha | Book Review
Twelve Minutes Later by Vedashree Jha is a contemporary fiction revolving around Aryan who is scared of 'him.' This 'he' continues to scare him, haunt him, chase him, leaving poor Aryan all tired. He is made fun of by others, he walks with his head down, he doesn't speak up and face his bullies.
Sri Sai Sat Charitra for Kids | Ishwar Joshi Awalgaonkar | Book Review
Sri Sai Sat Charitra is a biography based on the true-life stories of Sai Baba of Shirdi. Originally written by Shri. Govind Raghunath Dabholkar alias Hemadpant, the original edition of the Sai Satcharitra was published in Marathi on 26 November 1930.
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