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The Paris Appeal: A Short Story by Prithiv Chandar | Book Reviews

The Paris Appeal - a short story by Prithiv Chander - Book Cover

We often talk about various short stories which are often found as Ebook (or other). The idea behind it is, it gives us a chance to read something on the go. Be it a situation where you are travelling or stuck in a traffic jam or waiting for someone at a coffee shop, or even if you have some spare ... Read More »

Mr. Cool Detective: What went wrong? by Arun Nair | Book Reviews

Mr. Cool Detective: What went wrong? by Arun K. Nair - Book Cover Page

We believe that if you have a good and thrilling story to tell, the size doesn’t matter. Actually, it gives us an opportunity to read something in short time span, making it possible to enjoy some time while traveling to a short distance or waiting for someone at a cafe or in other similar situations. Following the same logic, we’ve ... Read More »

Operation Jinnah – A Military Thriller by Shiv Aroor | Book Reviews

Operation Jinnah - A Military Thriller By Shiv Aroor - Book Cover

I love reading thrillers. Recently I came across a book named “Operation Jinnah!” by Shiv Aroor. I’ve started reading the book without many expectations and gradually I started enjoying the way it is written. Being a reporter Shiv himself had came across many authentic details and scenarios which is explored in this fiction nicely. Book Title : Operation Jinnah Author ... Read More »

Kartikeya: The Destroyer’s Son by Anuja Chandramouli | Book Review

Kartikeya: The Destroyer's Son - by - Anuja Chandramouli - Book Cover

As we have noted in a few posts lately, the revival of ancient and mythological stories of India has become a popular and fast-selling genre for fiction books. Especially for those young people whose exposure to Sanskrit literature and mythology has been limited at school, these books provide a great source of pleasure and knowledge. And hence we are always ... Read More »