If you like reading love stories with different shades and different layers to it, then Kishore Nanda's 'Because Its Love' could be a book that could appeal to you.
Jeffrey Archer is one of my favorite authors of all time and his Clifton Chronicles is one of my favorite series. And this September, 5th to be precise, Jeffrey Archer's new book, Nothing Ventured releases.
Revealing the cover for Edward Snowden's memoir, 'Permanent Record' coming this September.
Historical fiction is a genre that requires a lot of research. And if you combine it with a murder mystery, a lot of work goes into getting everything in place and making sure that there are no loose ends. Harini Srinivasan’s 'The Curse of Anuganga' is a combination of historical fiction and murder mystery that is set in 403 CE in the city of Nandivardhana.
I had seen this book doing the rounds of Bookstagram a while ago and going by the reviews and the blurb, it looked like an intriguing read. And I’m glad I finally got to read it. Here’s my review of a book that encompasses different emotions, relationships, and the intricacies that exist within them.
I’m not really a water kind of person. I hate the rains, am annoyed by puddles on the road, and I prefer to sit in kiddy pools in water parks. That could also be because I panic at the thought of zooming down at breakneck speeds. But let’s not talk about that. Instead, I’ll dwell on the waters that intrigue me, those that burst in on the golden sands of beaches. I’ll wade knee-deep into them – no more – and think about the secrets of the world.
Welcome to the July 2019 edition of Books Releasing This Month That I’m Excited About but Probably Won’t Read Anytime Soon. 😛
The death of eminent politician Shashi Tharoor's wife, Sunanda Pushkar caused quite some controversy in the media. Sunanda Mehta pens down the Sunanda Pushkar's story. Published by Pan Macmillan India, this book is all set to release on the 26th of July this year.
Here's another exciting cover reveal for a book that is so important for us in this time and age. Called Gay Icons of India, written by Hoshang Merchant and Akshaya K. Rath, and published by Pan Macmillan India, this book is a celebration of 22 queer people who have been such inspirations that it's hard to talk about LGBTQIA without talking about them.
When you say ‘cricket’ in India, there’s a sense of euphoria and loyalty that permeates the atmosphere, along with a brightening of the eyes. This sport affects so many people and shapes their lives into what they finally turn out that it simply becomes a part of them. They could go on and on for ages expounding knowledge about the sport, analyzing it, and playing it with a zeal that becomes so hard to find most times. And Life in the Sunshine: Autobiography of an Unknown Cricketer is the story of three such people: Sat, Sam, and Trib, called the Triple Sundae.