The Legend of Bahirji-Naik: Raiders of Surat by Shreyas Bhave is an insightful tale of unsung heroes and their journey of saving Maratha Swarajya from falling prey to destruction.
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.
Yugantar by Raghavan Srinivasan is focused on the idea of Bharatvarsha, woven around the second urbanisation in the Gangetic Plains, invasion of Sikandar, fall of the Magadhan Empire, the Sangam period of the South, and writing of the Arthashastra.
Queen of Earth by Devika Rangachari is a historical fiction set around the ninth-century queen of Odisha, Prithvimahadevi.
Visions of a Summer Past by Avishek Gupta is a story that vacillates between the pre-independence times and modern India taking into account different characters and their narratives.
Told in Mata Hari’s voice through her final letter, The Spy is the unforgettable story of a woman who dared to defy convention and who paid the ultimate price.
Reasons to Kill God traces the history of Nazi concentration camps where the Jews were brought and tortured to death.
As the realization of the devastation of the Kalinga war seeped in, Ashok decided to dedicate his life towards the betterment of society and try his best to prevent any destruction of life.
This novel reveals the brutal cold-blooded massacre of millions of innocents and the series of assassinations of National Heroes even after the independence of a newborn country, Bangladesh.
The Assassinations is an evocative tale centered on the times of 1984 in India. Read the review to know more.
In The Peshwa, It is a battle of wits and skill, and the greatest deceiver of them all will prevail.
Neer, the head priest of the Himalayas, is troubled by the horrifying visions in his dream. On Ganga Maiyya's behest, he embarks on a journey to the doomed island of Bali. How will the action unfold?
Fortune's Soldier is an apt description of our past which we always think about ruefully. It vividly paints the picture of how the British found their way into our motherland through the passage of trade and settled here to establish their supremacy. Read the full review here.
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World War 2 has always been a subject of intrigue. This time a young author has attempted to present the tragedy of war before us. Catch the whole review here.