Book Review: All Roads Lead to Ganga

“Although at Badrinath I missed the sound of birds and the presence of trees, there were other compensations. It was good to be part of the happy throng at its colorful little temple and to see the sacred river close to its source. And early next morning I was rewarded with the loveliest experience ofContinue reading “Book Review: All Roads Lead to Ganga”

Book Review: The Balloon Girl by Syeda Faiza

In the modern world, when we see people with happy faces on social media or a party or occasion, we immediately assume that they all have an unproblematic life, and all is well. But the fact is, life is not that bright and that simple. Everybody in this world faces problems, pain, heartbreak, and failure.Continue reading “Book Review: The Balloon Girl by Syeda Faiza”

Interview with Vaishnav Shravan, author of ‘Kaveri’

For me, it’s the impact, not the number of pages or the books I publish. What have I written that will live long after I’m gone? – Vaishnav A short book named ‘Kaveri’, which I read recently and found really inspiring, also posted its review, you can check that out in the review section. LuckilyContinue reading “Interview with Vaishnav Shravan, author of ‘Kaveri’”

Book Review: Ghostly Murder by Lotta Smith

Mr. Michael Archangel and his assistant Kelly Kinki (it’s Kinki ending with an I not a Y) is on a mission of solving a murder mystery, when the famous Sushi Czar is found dead in a room that’s locked from inside. A high profile case which seems like a ghostly murder needs a group ofContinue reading “Book Review: Ghostly Murder by Lotta Smith”

Book Review: Kaveri by Vaishnav Shravan

“We are like a dried leaf hanging on a branch of a tree. When you snap and fall from the tree, you should glide where you want to go or the wind would blow you somewhere else.” : : Kaveri, by Vaishnav Shravan, is a heart-warming story of an eighteen-year-old girl, living in a remoteContinue reading “Book Review: Kaveri by Vaishnav Shravan”

Book Review: The Bestseller by Ajitabha Bose

The Bestseller by Ajitabha Bose, I picked this up as it was available on Amazon for free. It is a cute short book that narrates the story of a couple, Atharv and Priyanshi. The story starts with Atharv getting his job, where he meets Priyanshi, they become friends; gradually they fall in love and finallyContinue reading “Book Review: The Bestseller by Ajitabha Bose”

Book Review: Stories for Parents, Children and Grandchildren by Paulo Coelho

A book by Paulo Coelho, and that too, of short stories, is an amazing combination. This is a collection of some great short stories, that are easy to read, and at the same time are really meaningful. It includes tales from many cultures, with stories inspired by the author’s personal experience and also from theContinue reading “Book Review: Stories for Parents, Children and Grandchildren by Paulo Coelho”

Book Review: The Vampire Maid

The Vampire Maid by Hume Nisbet is a short classic tale of a man who is seeking a little break from his city life, ultimately settling in a stone-built cottage on a cliff facing a moor where he comes across a widow and her Daughter. Slowly the nameless protagonist becomes comfortable with the place andContinue reading “Book Review: The Vampire Maid”

Book Review: Curse of Shiva and other tales

Light yet gripping read!! “Curse of Shiva and other tales” by Abhishek Goswami is a collection of short stories and poems. The language is simple and easily comprehensible. The book is divided in to two parts. The first part comprises of short stories that are fascinating, intriguing and each one of them has been narratedContinue reading “Book Review: Curse of Shiva and other tales”

Book Review: This Boy is a Rainbow: The Storm by Sam Payne

.“why doesthe softest place on earththe heartendure the sharpest pain?” Painful yet Powerful. This boy is a rainbow: the storm, is a collection of poems about love and heartbreak. Sam here, opens up his heart in such a beautiful manner that each line will hit you hard. In fact it will make you feel theContinue reading “Book Review: This Boy is a Rainbow: The Storm by Sam Payne”