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Book Reviews for A Thousand Splendid Suns by Khaled Hosseini

A Thousand Splendid Suns

A Thousand Splendid Suns is yet another tribute by Khaled Hosseini to Afghanistan and its people. To the fact that life goes on even in worst of circumstances, be it personnel tragedies or a raging war around. (Image Curtsey: Khaled Hosseini press kit) Book Title : A Thousand Splendid Suns Author : Khaled Hosseini Publisher : Bloomsbury # of Pages ... Read More »

The Kite Runner By Khaled Hosseini | Book Reviews

The Kite Runner

The Kite Runner is one of the few books published in recent years that are set in the Afghanistan. These books tell the world about the Afghanistan, its natives, the decades of warfare the country has seen and the devastating effects of it. A beautiful place with nature’s beauty and bounty in abundance that men have ruined for gaining short-sighted ... Read More »

The Immortals Of Meluha | Book Review

Immortals Of Meluha

The first part of the Shiva trilogy by Shri Amish Tripathi made it to bestseller list of 2010 and deservedly as here is a book in historical/mythological fiction genre that has the power to grip the reader from beginning to the end with its simple story-telling and lovable characters. Related reading for you: The Oath Of The Vayuputras | Book ... Read More »

Chankya’s Chant by Ashwin Sanghi | Book Reviews

Chanakya's Chant

Shri Ashwin Sanghi’s second novel in historical fiction genre “Chanakya’s chant” has already made it to 2010 bestseller lists and is in news again with a possibility of being converted into a motion picture. This seems to be a good idea since the book is more or less like a masala Bollywood movie, but with an “A” certificate. (Image curtsey: ... Read More »

Jaya : An Illustrated Retelling Of The Mahabharata | Book Review

What is it about the Mahabharata that draws every Indian to it? Millenias have passed and yet the epic’s magical power remains intact on the dwellers of the Indian subcontinent resulting in its being reproduced and retold by many. One more such attempt by Shri Devdutt Pattnaik has been published in form of a book called “Jaya” by Penguin Books ... Read More »

Books by J Dey | Take a View

Jyotirmoy dey or J Dey was a crime reporter associated with MidDay (a tabloid) Mumbai. Recently he was assassinated by unidentified shooters. Day was famous for his crime reports. The reports by him were considered authentic and it is also came to know that some times even people in uniform also consulted him for some tip. Dey have written two ... Read More »