The Angel’s Beauty Spots: Three Novellas by K. R. Meera. Translated by J. Devika – Book Review

The stories will leave you longing for more. You will yearn to know more about what happens next but your yearnings won’t be served. That’s what K.R. Meera does. She makes us long for more by falling in love with what she creates. And makes us cry.

The Testaments: The Sequel to The Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwood – Book Review

This book is like a calm water. Beautiful, serene and somehow.. at times.. mundane.

The narrations are brilliant, no wonder. But the

Girl Power : Indian Women Who Broke the Rules by Neha J Hiranandani – Book Review

Please get this book for your little one’s. Talk about gender equality and justice. Talk about helping and respecting one another no matter what race/caste/gender they are. Talk about how it is NOT okay to bully someone else.

No Regrets by Kaveree Bamzai – The guilt-free woman’s guide to a good life – Book Review

The book includes tips and comment from many successful women like Sudha Murty, Twinkle Khanna, Smriti Irani, Shobhaa De – who spoke the truth the related topics.

Time and Chance by V. A. Mohta – Book Review

I have read many biographies and autobiographies but never about a High Court judge. I am glad that I read this one because this is a book full of information and teachings.

The Last Dance by Anmol Arora – Book Review

Book – The Last Dance Author – Anmol Arora Publisher – Speaking Tiger No of pages – 307 Rating – 5/5 ⭐ About the … More

Bestseller by Ahmed Faiyaz – Book Review

The book is a very humorous and a light read. It helped me to relax and have a good laugh at times. The story overall is very

The Carpet Weaver by Nemat Sadat – Book Review

Very smooth, intimate, rich in story-line and vocabulary. Go and read this book. I vouch for it!

The Beauty Of The Moment by Tanaz Bhathena – Book Review

I would recommend this book to every YA lover and also to people who are not much into reading but are wanting to start. The book made me feel calm and relaxed. And of course, it does give a beautiful message to …

Red Card by Kautuk Srivastava – Book Review

If you are anyone who plays football or were in any sports team during your school days, pick up this book to get all those flashbacks from school practice, classroom crush to 10th boards exam.

INKREDIA Luwan of Brida by Sarang Mahajan – Book Review

I am in awe with the entire journey this book offered me and I definitely recommend it especially to fantasy and thriller lover.

Black Holes and Baby Universe by Stephen Hawking – Book Review

The forward of this book describes Stephen’s life right from his childhood which is VERY motivating. He has not led a simple life yet he was blessed to have his loved ones also near and for him.

The Begum: A Portrait of Ra’ana Liaquat Ali Khan, Pakistan’s Pioneering First Lady by Deepa Agarwal & Tahmina Aziz Ayub

I, not being a history freak, enjoyed reading this book as it mainly focused on women empowerment and how a woman, despite of 100 obstacles in that era, when they were not considered as important as we are considered now broke free and made her own identity in politics as a social worker.

Fortune’s Soldier by Alex Rutherford – Book Review

If you like to read about History, Wars and Adventures, this book might serve you.

Three Thousand Stitches by Sudha Murty – Book Review

Totally worth investing out time reading this book. If you have never read a book before and want to start with something, pick any books by Sudha Murty.

Zara’s Witness by Shubhrangshu Roy – Book Review

Zara’s witness is a philosophical fantasy where Zara’s story is told through the four ashram of life which guides a human towards fulfilment, happiness and spiritual liberation.

City of my Heart by Rana Safvi – Book Review

The book talks about multi cultures, social life, traditions, food, festivals, politics and the fate of the Mughals after fall of their dynasty.

Lajja (Shame) by Taslima Nasrin – Book Review

Let humanity be the other name for religion.