'GRE Analytical Writing: Solutions to the Real Essay Topics - Book 1 Edition 2018: Volume 19' by Vibrant Publishers is a compact book that comes to the rescue of the GRE aspirants to understand the nuances of Analytical Writing.
The Sun Shines Down is a gripping thriller that entwines the political gimmicks and scam scenario of India.
The Panchatheertha (five pilgrimages) is an outrageously funny, satirical revision of sections 1 & 2 of The Panchatantra, the masterpiece Vishnu Sharma wrote between 1200 BCE to 300 CE. Read the full review here.
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 book promises to be the game changer with the scientific ideas it offers for changing society and making it a better place for the people to live.
In The Peshwa, It is a battle of wits and skill, and the greatest deceiver of them all will prevail.
Traditional eating habits are a delicious roadmap to a happier, healthier, kinder you. This book is an amalgamation of many of those old-school ideas that modern nutrition is now trying to catch up with.
How will AI evolve and what major innovations are on the horizon? What will its impact be on the job market, economy, and society?
The Perks of Being a Wallflower’ is an epistolary novel, where the narrator is a young introvert boy called Charlie. The story revolves around series of letters written by Charlie to an anonymous person mentioning his experiences.
Set in the lap of mighty Nirmalaya mountains, The Alpha Yeti is a chilling and thrilling tale of the battle between humans and the yetis. Read the review to know more about the book.
The book is about a baffled girl who struggles to come to terms with her disappointing job and love life. Catch the full review here.
Ashwatthama is a lesser-known figure of the epic Mahabharata. This book delves deeper into his psychology and presents him a chance to make up for his past deeds.
It is a sequel of the book Once upon a Genie which has an eerie setting of an unheard land with equally strange occupants which is the NEVER FOUND LAND. Read the full review here.
Paradise Towers is the debut novel of Shweta Bachchan Nanda containing her characteristic quirk and astuteness. Catch the whole review of the book here.
What-will-people-think is a popular and archaic syndrome which still prevails in our society. This book talks about that. Read the full review here.