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Book Review: Optimal Exposure

  “That's the thing about books. They let you travel without moving your feet.”― Jhumpa Lahiri, The Namesake If my last book had taken me to Afghanistan,...

Book review: Penumbra

Everyone one of us would have tried playing the sleuth when we were young, thanks to the Enid Blyton and Carolyn Keene books...

Book Review: Mummy’s Little Angel

Last week a friend was discussing in one of the forums about how if a plot had identical twins, then it somehow it...

Book Review: The Sunlight Pilgrims

Call me a pessimist but I am still wary about the much talked about Doomsday or Apocalypse. I mean who wouldn't want a...

Book Review: Hellbound

  If you had been following my blog for a while now, you would know how excited I become when I get my hands...

Book Review: The Killing of Mummy’s Boy

How far would you let a stranger into your life? How far, if he was a convicted murderer? How far, if he...

Book Review: Raakshas – India’s No.1 Serial Killer

'How would you commit the perfect murder?' is my perfect party question. Discussions about serial killers, their motives for the killing spree and of...

Book Review: Find Virgil

Now that we are living on the age of "intolerance" and cries against and for moral policing, I could not have chosen a...

Book Review: A Minute to Death

The only difference for me as a reader between romance and thriller is the speed and rhythm of your heart beat. A good...

Book Review: Dark Places

I just realized there are few authors that I fall in love right from their first book that I can lay my...