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Schindler’s List by Thomas Keneally

Thomas Keneally's Schindler's List (or Schindler's Ark) is an account of how the Nazi member and industrialist Oskar Schindler rescued over a thousand Jews from very probable death from at Auschwitz, by protecting them as workers at his enamel ware factory. Thomas Keneally won the Man Booker Prize for Schindler's List in 1982.

Unbroken by Laura Hillenbrand

Unbroken by Laura Hillenbrand set during WWII in the South Pacific and Japanese prison camps follows Louie’s struggles through the POW camps. This book is one of the best non-fiction books about WWII ever written because it puts you in the POW camps with Louie and his comrades.

Outlander by Diana Gabaldon

Outlander by Diana Gabaldon is not just romance, though romance is a big part of it and it's one of the best things about it. This book is about seeing the gap of generations, seeing how in 200 hundred years so many things have changed, not only epochal, but also people.. People have changed, their ways of mind and heart are completely different and Claire is forced to adapt or die.

Book Review: The Merchant of Stories by Dipa Sanatani

Dipa Sanatani's The Merchant of Stories is in form of diary entries that brim over with life, with hunger, with a passion that cannot be contained, with the conflicted need to absorb it all; the lonely walks in Singapore, the visual and sonorous chaos of life in the city, of incessant travel

The Best Historical Fiction Books that will make you travel through time

Typically, historical fiction books are written about 30–50 years after the event has taken place. The read historical events and the time period of the book play as crucial of a role in the story as any character or plot twist.

Book Review: Things Fall Apart by Chinua Achebe

Things Fall Apart tells two concurrent stories that overlap and counterbalance each other throughout the novel. One of the novel's focuses centers around the protagonist Okonkwo, a fierce warrior who represents traditional African culture. The other focus is on Okonkwo's tribe, Umuofia, as it undergoes a drastic change in all areas of life once European missionaries enter the fray.

Book Review: Myths of Old by Krishnarjun Bhattacharya

Myths of Old is the final installment to Krishnarjun Bhattacharya's Tantric Trilogy. If you haven’t read Tantrics of Old and Horsemen of Old, I would advise you not to read this installment until you have. Myths of Old's world is constantly evolving and author Krishnarjun doesn’t waste his time catching readers up to what they should already know, which I have to admit, is part of what I love about his writing.

Book Review: One Day, Life Will Change by Saranya Umakanthan

One Day, Life Will Change is a sweet and inspiring story about two characters that are complete opposites and very unique in their own way. Samaira was a quirky and light-hearted, and I really liked reading about her and getting a glimpse at how her mind worked. But after losing everything, her love, parents and her career, she's despondent to any feelings.

Book Review: Our Love Story by Rohit Sharma

Title: Our Love Story Author: Rohit Sharma Genre: Contemporary Romance First Publication: 2020 Language: English Major Characters: Aditya Bakshi, Veronica, Vikramjeet Narrator: Third person omniscient   Book Summary: Our Love Story by Rohit Sharma Veronica is done. Done...

Book Review: The Saga of Shom and Raima by Tapan Ghosh

While The Saga of Shom and Raima by Tapan Ghosh a typical love story involving a man discovering the woman of his dreams, the real weight of the entire plot lay in the last few pages. It lays a big emphasis on human choices when things go wrong. Most times, we humans tend to get carried away especially when the going is good. When it gets tough is what determines who we really are on the inside. It was sweet and cute at the beginning, romantic in the middle, agonizing at the near-end, and hopeful at the ending.

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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.

Powerful Books by Female Authors to Read This International Women’s Day

Books by female authors are increasingly recognized as the dominant force in the contemporary literary landscape. We certainly don’t need an occasion to recognize and recommend them;

6 Best Books on Mahatma Gandhi Ever Written

Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, popularly referred to as Mahatma- a great soul, fought for the freedom of India by non-violence. Rabindranath Tagore gave him the...

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George Orwell Archive added to UNESCO Memory of the World Register

The George Orwell Archive also contains the first jottings of the most well-known words and phrases from his books; including 'War is Peace, Freedom is slavery, Ignorance is strength' from Nineteen Eighty-Four.

3 New Harry Potter Books Are Coming Out This Christmas

This Christmas is going to be more magical with the releasing of new Harry Potter Books. Yes, You heard it right! Three new Harry...

Pyjamas Are Forgiving: Twinkle Khanna’s New Book Released

Twinkle Khanna, known as Mrs Funnybones to her readers, launched her latest book Pyjamas Are Forgiving on September 7, 2018. Her husband Akshay Kumar...

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