Wake Up Oh! Indian Wake Up Please by Suprio Ghosh is a collection of 40 poems that digress from our usual subjects of contemporary poetry of life, love, etc and instead, concentrate on the ground reality of our nation.
When Elephants Fly by Alex Dipego is the first book of The Fabled Elephant Series that has a blend of fantasy, mystery, and some dragon stuff.
Naked Beneath the Midnight Sun is a contemporary fiction novel set in India and Norway. The protagonist Suchareeta a.k.a. Suchu gets an opportunity to escape her Indian household and move to Norway.
7 Untold Secrets of Living Abroad by Karan Agrawal includes stories and secrets of real people, of 34 NRIs, in each of the twelve countries covered herewith.
In Japan Made Easy Sandeep Goyal goes on to explore Japan through 101 keywords which aptly describe it.
My Failed Boss by Sruthi Kitcha is an engaging account of a man named Arjun that resembles all of us in some or the other way in the professional landscape.
This book, Chronicles of the Mortal Vishnu, is a fresh take on the much talked about subjects of the origin of the world and deals with good, evil, justice, injustice, and other values encircling our existence.
The sci-fi has never been my genre but I am happy to have come across 'Killer Domes and the Chosen One' by Gibbo Gibbs which expelled my reservations.
Sacrifice by Ameya Kale is a book full of thought-provoking ideas that we mortals encounter time and again in our daily lives.
The Testaments by Margaret Atwood is the sequel to the famous books of all times, The Handmaid's Tale.
Dramatic Dreams of Miss Sodabottleopenerwala by Tanvi Mayur Shah is an entertaining story of a 16-year-old Kira who is on crossroads regarding how to spend her vacation.
Everyday People is a short story collection (of 8 stories) that effectively encapsulates the people we know, their lives which seem like ours, their moments of ecstasy and despair which we could always relate to.
With the hauntingly beautiful narrative, To Die in Benares by K. Madavane is the book one must read to explore the mortality, immortality, fatality, and everything.
In his book Indistractable, Nir explains the distractions surrounding us, how they take roots deep beneath technology or smartphone, for that matter, and how abstinence is not the proper solution.
Lights! Scalpel! Romance! by Jas Kohli drove my interest with its blurb and the cover grabbed my attention. The book focusses on the lives of resident doctors and the lives of the doctors, in general.