Blurb (as on Goodreads): Ravi Bhalerao is a top of the rung business strategy consultant struggling with two disquiets in life – a festering career disillusionment and a festering wound in his posterior. Stung by an unfair performance appraisal, he pulls off an outrageous stunt at his workplace, drops off the urban map and reaches… Continue reading Book Review: Mango People in Banana Republic will entertain you through and through.
I have been feeling guilty all May because I couldn't put up an April Wrap-up post. So here's a combined wrap-up for this post. **Click on the name to go to my review.** Books read in April The Silent Companions by Laura Purcell The Ballad of Huck and Miguel by Tim DeRoche Norwegian Wood by Haruki… Continue reading April-May Wrap Up!
THERE ARE TWO SIDES TO EVERY STORY… New Delhi, 2017. It is nine years since the 26/11 terror attacks in Mumbai and the wounds have still not healed. Especially not for Superintendent of Police Vikrant Singh. Now with the National Investigation Agency, Vikrant manages a meeting with Pakistani High Commissioner Zakir Abdul Rauf Khan, who… Continue reading Eleventh Hour by Hussain Zaidi|A crime thriller from the house of Harper Collins|
Blurb (as on Goodreads): Bestselling author Sherman Alexie tells the story of Junior, a budding cartoonist growing up on the Spokane Indian Reservation. Determined to take his future into his own hands, Junior leaves his troubled school on the rez to attend an all-white farm town high school where the only other Indian is the… Continue reading The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian by Sherman Alexie
Blurb (as on Goodreads): Nana, a cat, is devoted to Satoru, his owner. So when Satoru decides to go on a roadtrip one day to find him a new home, Nana is perplexed. They visit Satoru's old friends from his school days and early youth. His friends may have untidy emotional lives but they are all… Continue reading The Travelling Cat Chronicles|Let a cat make you cry|
Blurb (as on Goodreads): 'It Was A Happy Trusting World, Then' is the story of a three-month hitchhike through fifteen countries in 1971 by three youngsters from Nagpur in Central India to Europe and back. Inspired by Western hitchhikers, the cousins Vilas, Kumar and Vidula plan out their own trip. Traveling on a shoestring budget,… Continue reading Book Review: It was a Happy, Trusting World, Then by Vilas Kale|A travelogue|
We are so excited to be bringing out the release of THE ROOTS OF US by Candace Knoebel. Fans of contemporary romance won't want to miss this new emotional story. Be sure to grab your copy today! About THE ROOTS OF US The first time I saw Hudson Jameson, he was saving someone’s life. The… Continue reading Excerpt+e-ARC Review: The Roots of Us by Candace Knoebel