Datapocalypse by Christopher Keast is a mindblowing tale of popular sites disappearing from the face of the earth.
The Crown of Seven Stars is a magnificent tale with concepts such as courage, destiny, and self-awareness strung together.
The Return Journey is the story of Viraj who is on a mission to uncover the evolution of human existence.
Kailash Dwara by author Vishesh is a gripping account of enigma surrounding the Kailash, the doors of which were closed for Danavas around five thousand years ago.
You beneath your skin by Damyanti Biswas is a brilliant story about the varied issues, related to family and society, interlaced together coming into full thronged action with a power-packed narrative.
The Vengeance of the Fallen consists of two parallel plots set in different times and revolves around a conspiracy which could wreak havoc on the world.
The Myth: Prince Chandra and the Demon’s War by Dr. Piyush Kumar is a mythological fantasy fiction revolving around the life of Chandra whose concealed identity is revealed amidst a war.
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.
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.
Life can blossom again is a delightful tale of reposing faith in the supreme power and being optimistic in the face of life.
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.
Your Destination has Arrived is a beautifully compiled book by Barry Cheema about a dog Bruno who gets a human life after he is dead.
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.