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Book Review: I’m a Woman and I’m on Sale, by Mallika Nawal

I have an old school philosophy when it comes to books. The first impression that a book makes on me is very important. Two things that play a very crucial part in that impression are the cover and the blurb. The reason I chose to read this book however is that it was dedicated to Nirbhaya. I don’t think I need to go into the details of who she is, because the country, maybe even the world, is painfully aware of that. Continue reading “Book Review: I’m a Woman and I’m on Sale, by Mallika Nawal”

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Book Review: Baramulla Bomber, by Clark Prasad

Thrillers are something that I love to read. If done well, they pull me into the plot, make me captivated and unable to think of any other book till I finish it, usually at one go. If not done well, it feels heavy and I can’t wait for it to end. As with any book, it’s the plot that makes or breaks a thriller novel, so when I read “science fiction espionage thriller” on the cover of Baramulla Bomber, it caught my attention. Not to mention, the cover itself was very nicely designed. When I read the blurb, I was wondering if it’ll be a good read, or has the author tried to do too much at one go. Continue reading “Book Review: Baramulla Bomber, by Clark Prasad”