The Trial of the Maharaja by Debleena Majumdar
This was a very thoroughly researched and educational account, as well as an interesting one, of the first judicial murder that took place in British India in the late 18th century.
UBUNTU by Shilpa Aroskar | I AM BECAUSE WE ARE: Parables of the United Human Spirit
Title: UBUNTU - I AM BECAUSE WE ARE: Parables of the United Human SpiritAuthor: Shilpa AroskarPublisher: Leadstart publishingGenre: Personal Transformation, True AccountFirst Publication: 2021Language: English Book Summary: UBUNTU...
A Story of Karma by Michael Schauch
In his memoir 'A Story of Karma', Michael Schauch reflects upon the personal experiences he faced during his journey to Himalaya.
I Am Invincible by Neelam Kumar
Title: I Am InvincibleAuthor: Neelam KumarPublisher: Fingerprint! PublishingGenre: True AccountsFirst Publication: 2021Language: English Book Summary: I Am Invincible by Neelam Kumar Have you ever been in the bottomless...
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The Breakthrough: 11 Trailblazers. One Movement by Megha Bajaj
Title: The BreakthroughAuthor: Megha BajajPublisher: Rupa Publications IndiaGenre: Non Fiction, True AccountsFirst Publication: 2020Language: English Book Summary: The Breakthrough: 11 Trailblazers. One Movement by Megha Bajaj We all...
Book Review: The Good, The Bad and the Unknown by Raj Tilak Roushan
Each story in The Good, the Bad and the Unknown is just a small, non-significant mystery that Rishi has to solve, some of which could be featured as side-plots in a fully-formed novel. With these stories you gain an insight in to author Raj Tilak Roushan himself, the people he works with and against.
Book Review: The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks by Rebecca Skloot
The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks by Rebecca Skloot tells the story of an African American woman, Henrietta Lacks, who went to Johns Hopkins in 1951 for treatment for cervical cancer.
Hidden Figures by Margot Lee Shetterly
Hidden Figures by Margot Lee Shetterly is a remarkable account of a small number of intelligent, hard-working, driven and admirable African-American women who made significant contributions to the Space Race and to the fields of math, science and engineering.
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Book Review: With Ash On Their Faces by Cathy Otten
With Ash On Their Faces by Cathy Otten is a remarkable story of Yezidi women's strength, perseverance, and intelligence; and we should all admire them. However, I think it’s important to remember that there are countless young women who continue to endure immense cruelty on a daily basis. My thoughts are with these young women.
Book Review: The Deadly Dozen: India’s Most Notorious Serial Killers
This book, The Deadly Dozen, is a frenzied feast for all true-crime fans! It's a very insightful and detailed account of some of the most horrific serial killers. In fact, while reading this book I just had to keep turning the pages yet again. Not just because it's all that enjoyable in any way, shape or form, to delve a little too deeply into the malefic minds of such murderous men, but because I sincerely believe that most people are fascinated in one way or another by serial killers.