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This is the Book Review of the book The Money Lender by Manju Nambiar. This post first appeared on Ishithaa.
This is The 23rd Girl Book Review 23 is a number I like. Not obsessed, but more or less a number that I like because 23 also happens to be my date of birth. So when WriteTrbe was offering a chance to review The 23rd Girl, I decided to grab the chance. The book … Read more
1857 DUST OF AGES VOL 1: A FORGOTTEN TALE by Vandana Shanker Blurb 1857. The rebellion erupts in India. Despite its attempts to stay aloof, NAVGARH, a small town near Delhi, is drawn into the conflagration. And at its heart are Princess Meera and Captain Richard Smith, with their strange alliance … Read more
The vast differences between the past and the present always ensures a backstory. Dirty Martini tells the story of Preethi who marries a handsome guy and moves abroad kindling her dreams of marital bliss. The future Preethi explains where she is now and how she finds a new love. The story explains the why and … Read more
Review Shadowed Promise At the cusp of political victory, Sameer faces increasing gun violence and death threats leading to an FBI investigation. But his greatest challenge comes when a shadow from Moyna’s past threatens to destroy their future. What hope do they have with the media hungering for a scandal? A story of friendship, redemption, … Read more
Knitted Tales is a bouquet of emotions that is bound to touch both your head and your heart and this is a review of Rubina Ramesh’s debut book Knitted Tales.
The Calling is a spiritual adventure. It is an encounter with the truth, the wisdom and the force that is innate to us all. At the brink of a divorce and personal breakdown, Arjun took a trip into the heart of the Himalayas, on the insistence of a sadhu, who predicted that the journey up … Read more
To know about why Ipshita is the way she is, to know what she is running away from and to know finally what happens, read Dangle, by Sutapa Basu.