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Book Review: Seeking Redemption, by Madhu Vajpayee

They say it takes just one visionary to see a change oriented towards the good and make it happen. If many such visionaries were there, then the country would develop. Aravind Adiga’s The White Tiger, which I read recently, spoke of many facets of our country that needed fixing. And today, a book that I started reading as a romance fiction actually turned out to be more of a contemplative, detailed look at some more things that need fixing. Continue reading “Book Review: Seeking Redemption, by Madhu Vajpayee”

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Book Review: India Unlimited, by Kulpreet Yadav

One thing that is different in a book of short stories, that I expect to find while reading, is a common thread connecting the stories. It happens sometimes, and it doesn’t sometimes. This book of short stories did have it, and they were connected by the title of the book itself. Even before the author connected with me, requesting a review, this book was on my to-be-read list, having been recommended by a friend. “India Unlimited”… what a fascinating thought. The subtitle and the cover design just intrigued me further. Continue reading “Book Review: India Unlimited, by Kulpreet Yadav”