Situational Sins by Azar is a heartbreaking tale of two girls pushed into the world of sex trafficking. There is an intriguing story built around them, including other characters, that goes on to explain how tragic the whole experience pans out to be.
Bankers' Game by Ashutosh Mishra is a contemporary fiction novel focussing on the top global banks and their insider stories.
Serve first, lead last by Frederick Littles is narrative non-fiction on the subject of servant leadership.
Think Like An Accountant: A non-accountant’s guide to accounting by Shubhasish Das is a book that explains the nitty-gritty of accounting from scratch.
Old Soul Story by Vishakha Rupawat is a gorgeous tapestry of delightful beads of poetry on love.
All Lies, Says Krishna by J. Rajasekharan Nair is a fresh take on Mahabharata retelling the deep-rooted myths and then busting them with new perspectives.
The Octopus Curse by Salma Farook is a tapestry of delightful poems that touches upon several themes of love, women, heartbreak, rape, etc softly and powerfully.
Life can blossom again is a delightful tale of reposing faith in the supreme power and being optimistic in the face of life.
The Speaking Stone by Ratnadip Acharya takes us back in the early 20th century. Though the book starts with contemporary Mumbai, we are continuously made to alternate between the past and the present.
Jeffrey Archer is a name to reckon with in the world of books. After producing so many bestsellers, he is back again with his new book Nothing Ventured, Book #1 of William Warwick Series.
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Rewind And Play is a lucidly written short book of recollecting the fun-filled days of college.