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Aru Shah and the Tree of Wishes – Book 3 of Pandava Series by Roshani Chokshi | Book Review

Aru Shah and the Tree of Wishes - Book 3 of Pandava Series by Roshani Chokshi | Book Cover

Author Roshani Chokshi has created a niche for herself with her multiple series of works targeted at young adults featuring characters reminiscent of fairy tales from all around the world. As part of the Rick Riordan presents series, she has been writing the Pandava series that follows the journey of young heroines as they traverse the magical Otherworld and its ... Read More »

The Sialkot Saga by Ashwin Sanghi | Book Review

The Sialkot Saga by Ashwin Sanghi | Book Cover

Author Ashwin Sanghi has attained success in the world of books with his well-received mythological/historical fiction books including Chanakya’s Chant, The Krishna Key, Keepers of the Kalachakra, etc. We have admired the author as his books have become more enjoyable with each new book, backed with good research and delivered in styles of a thriller to keep the reader interested ... Read More »

The Bullet That Missed by Richard Osman | Book Review

The Bullet That Missed by Richard Osman | Book Cover

The fans of witty and entertaining murder mysteries have a new installment to enjoy. Author Richard Osman‘s adorable pensioners are back in full stride in the third book in the series. Published by Viking (Penguin Random House UK) in 2022, The Bullet That Missed, is already on the bestseller list and on waiting lists of readers all around the world. ... Read More »

The Shadow Throne By Aroon Raman | Book Review

The Shadow Throne By Aroon Raman | Book Cover

Investigative crime thrillers have always been a popular source of entertainment for the readers who enjoy the thrill of the problem solving and seeing good guys defeating bad guys, whether it is in books or TV series or films. Such works also generally depict the changing times and controversial topics of the day debated in a fictional setting, thus allowing ... Read More »

Essays on the Indic History by Vijender Sharma | Book Review

Essays on the Indic History by Vijender Sharma | Book Cover

While we read a lot of books for variety of reasons, underneath all the reading experiences, there is a learning. Fiction allows you to think about problems and solutions in lives of fictional characters in a vicarious way, while non-fiction allows you to read the author’s point of view and critical thoughts on a particular topic, providing information on an ... Read More »

Wuhan by John Fletcher | Book Review

Wuhan by John Fletcher | Book Cover

The great advantage of living in today’s world is being able to tell your story to the world and in the same way, being able to read the stories from around the world and find that there is something about humans that seems to be a common thread in all cultures and all civilizations – a spirit to survive. There ... Read More »

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