Book Review

Book Review: Love Will Find a Way by Dipanjana Nath

“Love Will Find a Way” is a romantic love story that portrays Keith’s insane love for his best friend Molina. It talks about Molina and Keith’s strange emotional bonding and the consequences of their relationship.

Book Review: The Runaway Bridegroom by Sundari Venkatraman

The Runaway Bridegroom is about powerful love, loss, family, second chances, secrets that test the strength of family and relationship bonds, overcoming prejudices; but most importantly its about a very beautiful and sweet love story that start when Chanda and Veerendra were young and never lets go throughout all the years of hardship.

Book Review: Supercop of Aryavrat by Mithilesh Kumar

Krishna's mission in Supercop of Aryavrat is to cut through the legend of the hero and show us the mortal side of god. He doesn't want the pompous metaphors and flowery hyperbole of a war epic to bury his other qualities -- his tenderness, his insecurity, his honesty and lack of guile.

Book Review: The Tattooist of Auschwitz by Heather Morris

I think what makes The Tattooist Of Auschwitz stand out from others is the simple but powerful account of everyday life in the concentration camp; without the overly graphic details aimed to shock and confront, which often only serve to turn some people away.

A Gentleman In Moscow by Amor Towles

Finally I finished A Gentleman In Moscow! I don't know what kept me so long because it is a very beautiful book. The concept is original: a Russian nobleman put under house arrest in a hotel by the Russian government. It takes a long time in space: from 1922 until 1954. The point of view is unique, the story being told by this man in this quiet isolated and seemingly lonely position.

Book Review: The Woman In The Window by A J Finn

As I started reading The Woman In The Window, I got the immediate impression that I was seeing one of my favorite movies being played out a little differently. That movie is Hitchcock's "Rear Window." Also, other film noir classics came to mind and are mentioned in the story. This book had all the elements of one or any of those films.

Book Review: All Lies, Says Krishna by J Rajasekharan Nair

All Lies, Says Krishna by Rajasekharan Nair is an amazing book, utterly fascinating and compelling. Quite unusual and exceptional story. I like Krishna (Who doesn't!), He is a strong Man (god) and a courageous leader.

Book Review: First Love by Sheeja Jose

First Love by Sheeja Jose was my blackout read and it served its purpose incredibly well. I was utterly absorbed by this story of Tina – much more than I ever expected to be. This book reminded me that I am a closet romantic and I really do enjoy romance when it’s done well.

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Indian Stories: Images and Thoughts by Ravi Valluri

It is an utter delight from beginning to end. A smorgasbord of historical people and places, facts, festivals and parties, pilgrimages and ancient texts. It is also full of touching examples of everyday life - as Ravi Valluri explores with a kindly eye, the nooks and crannies of India and its people.

Teboho Mofokeng

Teboho Mofokeng is a professionally licensed civil engineer with a master’s degree in wastewater treatment. By the age of 30 She was a mother of two and an associate director at that engineering firm which at the time had its headquarters in Australia.

Angela’s Ashes by Frank McCourt

Angela's Ashes by Frank McCourt is a quintessential coming of age story viewed through the grimy, unyielding, and sometimes downright heartbreaking lens of poverty. It follows Frank McCourt as he comically explains the dire circumstances of his conception, birth, and life.

The 8 Stories for Businesses and Professionals by Michael Burns

'The 8 Stories for Businesses and Professionals' by Michael Burns teaches business people how to present their company, their products. and themselves in a way that is memorable and applicable to a variety of audiences.

A Silent Takeover by Sarvananda Chandrashekaraiah

A Silent Takeover was intense and suspenseful, and was a thriller to its very core. This book flows so smoothly, at a nice brisk pace. It’s one that you could easily read in a day or two if you were so inclined. There is an intriguing plot, lots of twists, some wonderful characters, plenty of clues, suspects, and a good dose of thrill.

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