A Murder on Malabar Hill by Sujata Massey

A murder on malabar hill book review

A Murder on Malabar Hill is a thrilling story. It is a prolific journey of the first female lawyer in Bombay. One can study the text from different angles as it deals with various themes. Set in pre-independence period, this tale pictures a very different India. While the world practised patriarchy, the protagonist embarks her […]

The Oath of The Vayuputras by Amish: Book Review

the oath of the vayuputras book review

In The Oath of the Vayuputras; final book of the epic saga, Shiva is here to face his real enemy. After a series of secrets unveiling, Shiva finally understands things much better. He took up the role of Neelkanth and has reached the Capital of Nagas – Panchavati. He has to now face a man whose […]

Immortal Talks by Shunya: Book Review

Immortal talks book review

‘Immortal Talks by Shunya’ is a fascinating and captivating book. The writer flawlessly describes the eternal power i.e. Souls, Gods, Surahs, and Asuras(Devil). The story revolves around a tribe called ‘Mahtangs’, who are the most sincere devotees of Lord Hanuman. The language of the book is calm, but exciting. It keeps you wanting more but […]

Ruskin Bond Books: A Collection that Readers LOVE to Read

Ruskin Bond Books

In this blog, you will find a list of Ruskin Bond Books that users loves to read. Ruskin Bond is, without doubt, an amazing writer of British descent but Indian origin. He has been writing for more than 60 years now. He was born on 19th May 1934 at Kasauli.  Ruskin Bond completed his schooling […]

Things Fall Apart By Chinua Achebe: Book Review

things fall apart book review

Things fall apart is a small, easy-to-read book. It depicts traditional African lifestyles in the late 19th century. Chinua Achebe, the author, has divided the book into 3 parts. The first part focuses on the culture and religious beliefs of the clans. It begins with the introduction of Okonkwo, one of the clan leaders. The […]

The Story of My Experiments with Truth by Mahatma Gandhi

The Story Of My Experiments With Truth book review

The story of my experiments with truth is an autobiography of Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, translated by Mahadev Desai. This book also covers a brief introduction by Sunil Khilani. The idea of the autobiography came up because of the weekly publication in Navajivan. It came across the pages as one chapter a week. The book’s sole […]

The Mistress by Danielle Steel

The Mistress Book Review

You know, there are some days in life that call for a cup of coffee and a good romantic book. One such beautiful romantic book is The Mistress by Danielle Steel. If you like a good romance with beautiful destinations, gripping plotlines, and real characters, this is definitely a good read. This story is engaging […]

One in a Million by Jill Shalvis: Book Review

One in a million book review

One in a million is the 12th and the last book in the Lucky Harbor series by Jill Shalvis. Lucky Harbor is a set of 12 books. All these books contain stories of love, family, fun and more. This book is a story of love that energised after seeing the crush in the town. How […]

Wings Of Fire Book Review: A.P.J. Abdul Kalam’s Autobiography

Wings of Fire book Review

Wings of Fire is an inspiring autobiography of the most respectable Former President of India – Dr.  A.P.J.  Abdul Kalam. Dr Kalam along with Ankit Tiwari pens down the journey of a young boy and developing India. If you are interested in reading the life lessons of Mr Kalam, you must read Wings of Fire […]

IKIGAI by Hector Garcia and Francesc Miralles: Book Review

Ikigai book Review

Have you ever experienced the feeling of being lost in the path of success or love? If yes, Ikigai is meant for you. As human beings, we live in a world that’s driven by competition and conflicts. Each day we see people fighting to become better than their opponent. We see ego at its pinnacle […]