Literary Fiction

No, You’re Crazy by Jeff Beamish

"No, You're Crazy" is an electrifying literary voyage that defies conventional boundaries, leaving an indelible imprint upon the reader's soul. Jeff Beamish's masterful storytelling intertwines threads of psychological depth, family dynamics, and the enigmatic nature of existence itself.

The Transcension by Abbas Abidi

"The Transcension" by Abbas Abidi is a deeply insightful and thought-provoking exploration of the power of self-discovery. The book's themes of letting go, overcoming limitations, and embracing new perspectives are all deeply resonant and inspiring.

Sundara Kaanda by Ikshvaku

Sundara Kaanda: The Unsung Leaps of a Common Man by Ikshvaku is a unique blend of mythology and contemporary fiction, with the author drawing parallels between Baabi's journey and the epic story of Hanuman in the Ramayana.

The Runaway Kid by Jayanta Ray

Jayanta Ray's The Runaway Kid is a brilliant example of social realism literature. It presents a vivid picture of the socio-economic and political landscape of the time and offers a scathing critique of the apathetic attitude of those in power.
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Walker & The Dark by Mallikarjun B. Mulimani

Title: Walker & The DarkAuthor: Mallikarjun B. MulimaniPublisher: LeadstartGenre: Literary FictionFirst Publication: 2022Language: English Book Summary: Walker & The Dark by Mallikarjun B. Mulimani WalkerWalker was neither a Lion nor...

Timeless Time by Susheel Kumar Batra

Timeless Time follows Sanjeev Kapoor as he navigates the ups and downs of growing up, social scuffing, and wades through the turbulent life towards a state of emotional independence, returning with a voice ready to give testimony of his journey.

Balli of Bagdih by Nilotpal Dutta

The beautiful and heartbreaking Balli of Bagdih details the sorrow, trauma, tragedy, sacrifice, and heartbreak that one man experiences as he pursues his life's ambitions.

Fugitive Dreams by Ramsey Hanhan

Fugitive Dreams by Ramsey Hanhan was like a muffled scream. A scream that comes from the mouths of an entire generation. A generation, lost in time and space, of a handful of Palestinian men, women, and children who have migrated to a distant land with a distant dream.
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The Casket and Besky by Nita Bajoria

Title: The Casket and BeskyAuthor: Nita BajoriaPublisher: One Point Six Technologies Pvt LtdGenre: Literary Fiction, NovellaFirst Publication: 2022Language: English  Book Summary: The Casket and Besky by Nita Bajoria The...

When the Stars Whisper by Sarah Khatib

Sarah Khatib's When the Stars Whisper was good for showing how the decisions we make today do affect the lives of those around us; even the lives we fail to acknowledge or the lives that we think would be better off without us.

The Family Chao by Lan Samantha Chang

The story of the Chao family isn't just another murder mystery or a look at one particular family's history. Amazingly, this tale is home to a seemingly infinite number of themes and ideas.

The Promise by Damon Galgut

A generational narrative of disillusionment and lost hope in post-Apartheid South Africa, via the viewpoint of a white family unwilling to do the right thing, dragged down by their stubbornness in giving up the old ways. Damon Galgut's story appears to follow an intriguing and mysterious country's rich and impressive literary history. In every way, The Promise lives up to its name and more.
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