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Book Review: Aisle Be Damned, by Rishi Piparaiya

About the author:
Rishi Piparaiya is an over-worked and over-traveled corporate executive based in the skies, 38000 feet over India. (No kidding! This is from the back cover!)

Cover art:
An airhostess in red uniform headed down the aisle dominates the cover. A small red airplane zooming around her is quite a nice touch. The book I feel will be humorous, but I wonder if it’ll interest me, a non-flyer as compared to harassed flyers (frequent or otherwise). Continue reading “Book Review: Aisle Be Damned, by Rishi Piparaiya”

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Book Review: The Storm in my Mind, by Ayaan Basu

About the author:
Ayaan Basu is a striving author, an avid blogger and a columnist fighting his days between MNC-clad work schedule, writing and veracious traveling routine. Being single, apart from writing, eh was also a singer/guitarist for a Kolkata based rock band – Driftwood. This is his first attempt at penning a novel.

Cover art:
The book has a rustic cover that draws you in. This is almost a complete opposite to what the title suggests. Continue reading “Book Review: The Storm in my Mind, by Ayaan Basu”