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The Keys to the Kingdom by Garth Nix | Book Series Review

The Keys to the Kingdom by Garth Nix | Book Series

Like most bookworms who start in childhood, we also grew up on stories filled with magic and fantastical fairytales, and somehow that affinity for books targeted at young readers have remained with us. If you think about it, most of such books are filled with a lot of fundamentally valuable moral lessons for young minds and so there is a ... Read More »

Moment of signal by Sreedhar Bevara | Book Review

Moment of signal by Sreedhar Bevara | Book Cover

Wealth and success are almost universal desires. All of us, no matter where we start from, would like to give our family a good quality of life, and although money isn’t everything in life, it can go a long way towards creating a healthy home and comfortable lifestyle, not to mention open doors to opportunities of advancement. Hence, it is ... Read More »

Trade Winds to Meluhha by Vasant Dave | Book Review

Trade Winds to Meluhha by Vasant Dave | Cover Page

A few thousand years ago, the Sindhu – Saraswati plains were home to one of the world’s most ancient civilisations. As you may already know, the Indus valley civilisation is part of the trio formed with Egypt on Nile and Mesopotamia on Euphrates-Tigris rivers. Although the historical evidence and archaeological dig-ups on the Indus valley sites may go a few ... Read More »

Forever is a Lie by Novoneel Chakraborty | Book Review

Forever is a Lie by Novoneel Chakraborty | Book Cover

Novoneel Chakraborty is a successful writer with a fair few bestsellers to his name. Most of his books are classed as dark, romantic thrillers with twists and turns and readers enjoy these books a lot. We have been reading some of his earlier books including the stranger trilogy and will be publishing a review of it soon. Meanwhile, I read ... Read More »

Mehboob Murderer by Nupur Anand | Book Review

Mehboob Murderer by Nupur Anand | Book Cover

The genre of crime fiction is one of the most popular and biggest-selling amongst contemporary books. The world of classic and popular murder mysteries published in the early twentieth century has evolved into many sub-categories including police procedural that allow us to view the crime and the process of solving it by the following evidence and gathering clues rather than ... Read More »

Still Loved, Still Missed by Mridula | Book Review

Still Loved, Still Missed by Mridula | Book Cover

There is a saying that it is easier to give a bitter pill covered with sweet substance. I think this can be applied to moral teachings as well. Most people hate to receive and accept advice from others. But when such teachings come in the form of a story with a moral counsel or a warning, they are very effective. ... Read More »