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Unaccustomed Earth by Jhumpa Lahiri | Book Review

Unaccustomed Earth by Jhumpa Lahiri | Book Cover

We have written before about Jhumpa Lahiri’s thought provoking and accomplished work The Namesake and we have been reading some of her earlier and later works since. We’ll be sharing our views on these works through a few posts. Jhumpa Lahiri made her debut with a collection of short stories called Interpreter of Maladies released in 1999, followed by a ... Read More »

Private Delhi by James Patterson & Ashwin Sanghi | Book Reviews

Private Delhi by James Patterson & Ashwin Sanghi - Book Cover

The successful private series by James Patterson continues its journey through India in collaboration with Ashwin Sanghi as the team of investigators moves from Mumbai to Delhi to give us the next installment in the series called Private Delhi (Book # 13 in the Private Series). Since we enjoyed reading Private Mumbai, we decided to continue with the series and ... Read More »

Shree Lalita SahstraNama Stotram | Book Review

Shree Lalita SahstraNama Stotram | Book Cover

Let us share our unbiased book review for a version of Lalita SahastraNama Stotram with you all today. One of the privileges of growing up in India is that there is always something to celebrate, no matter what time of year it is. There would be hardly a school going child who has not attempted to write an essay on ... Read More »

The Lethal White by Robert Galbraith | Book Review

The Lethal White by Robert Galbraith | Book Cover

It has been a few years since J K Rowling’s last book was published, and so earlier this year when we first read the media release that the next Cormoran Strike story by Robert Galbraith aka J K Rowling is going to be called The Lethal White and due to release in October, we added it to the ‘books to ... Read More »

The Book of Dust Trilogy by Philip Pullman – La Belle Sauvage | Book Review

We have written before about Philip Pullman’s most popular work, the ‘His Dark Materials‘ trilogy. The majestically vast canvas of the worlds and peoples described in “The Northern Lights“, “The Subtle Knife” and “The Amber Spyglass” along with its central idea of questioning the concept of human consciousness, spirituality and the role of religions left many characters and questions in ... Read More »