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Vices/Virtues – A book review

I know it has been quite a while since I wrote a review. Don't worry I will be giving a detailed...

Book review: Clockmaker, The

How far would you go for some peace and stability in your life if you have a family heirloom that...

Book Review: Feel Me Fall

Who can survive the mighty Amazon jungle – The strongest or the smartest?
What determines your survival – teamwork or the survival of the fittest?
How far would you go to survive and where would you stop and let go?

Book review: Waterboarding

What happens if you lose a few of your memories, that you wanted to forget anyway? Is it worth knowing a few that have left you, all over again? Would it be worth it this time? Bragadeesh Prasanna tries to help us answer these questions through his new novel Waterboarding. 

Book review: Harappa – Curse of the Blood River

Book review: Harappa – Curse of the Blood River

I am known to be avoiding the fantasy genre for a while, these days. The number of blood sucking vampires and werewolves and dragons have gone too many on my ARCs shelves that I even have lost count of them. So when I was approached for the review of Harappa - Curse...

Book Review: The Corner Office

Book Review: The Corner Office

I am all for love-hate relationships. There is nothing like seeing the hot headed guy falling head over heels for the sassy mouthed gal (or the vice-versa). So it is not completely off my character to hope Tara and Richard click together at some point. On the other...

Book Review: The Cold Room

Book Review: The Cold Room

Don't we all love a troubled character that tries to do right? More the suffering the merrier it is. Okay, maybe it is just me. But I am all for dark, broken characters, even if it portrays me as a sadist. If you were anything like me, you sure should check out the...

Book review: Here and gone

Book review: Here and gone

I like jumping into the books without reading much about them. I try not to read the blurb before I pick a book up if I can help it. I did read the plot summary on its blurb before I received this book for a review, a while ago but had completely forgotten what I had...

Book review: Forsaken

Book review: Forsaken

Who in their right mind would reach out for a horror novel when they already know that they are not sleeping well at night? Who chases witches when they are being haunted by demons in their own nightmares? No one, except yours truly I suppose. But again how does one...

Book review: India Shining

Book review: India Shining

While the entire blogger fraternity is going crazy with their resolutions to read more and blog more, it has been almost a month since I have read anything, much longer since I reviewed. Though it is unlike me to not pick a book for such a long time, especially when I...

Book Review: Optimal Exposure

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, the war-torn country with rich culture and diversity, Optimal Exposure took me to Israel and then...

Book review: The Sentimental Terrorist

Book review: The Sentimental Terrorist

If I had to list out the top ten of my most favorite books, at least two would be about Afghanistan. Given their rich and diverse culture and complex history, it has always been a pleasure reading about the country. So when I got the review request for The Sentimental...

Book Review: The Boy is Back

Book Review: The Boy is Back

Most of us have that one person to whom we have to share every minute detail of the daily life. We spend up dishing about everyone else in each other's lives. Thanks to the new age technologies, we can do a LIVE relay of anything that happens. It includes any shopping...