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Book Review: The Sleepwalker’s Guide to Dancing, by Mira Jacob

The Sleepwalker’s Guide to Dancing… yes, there’s no doubt about it, what intrigued me from the start was the title, and that beautiful cover page. And it helped that my friends were also talking good things about the book. Continue reading “Book Review: The Sleepwalker’s Guide to Dancing, by Mira Jacob”

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Book Review: The Arithmetic of Breasts and other stories, by Rochelle Potkar

“Through these stories, Rochelle Potkar explores the intensely personal ‘unrelationship’ that exists alongside its conventional and socially articulate twin, the relationship.” Continue reading “Book Review: The Arithmetic of Breasts and other stories, by Rochelle Potkar”

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Book Review: Shattered Dreams (Ramayana – The Game of Life #2), by Shubha Vilas

I had my reservations to move to the second part of this series, because the first book was not to my liking. But the genre of mythology and Indian mythology interests me, so I thought I’d dig in to the book anyways. The series continues from where Rise of the Sun Prince leaves it. Continue reading “Book Review: Shattered Dreams (Ramayana – The Game of Life #2), by Shubha Vilas”

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Book Review: Rise of the Sun Prince (Ramayana – The Game of Life #1), by Shubha Vilas

There are many tales from Indian mythology that are treasured and told when young. One such tale is the Ramayana. I remember having heard it as a child, and watched it on television too. It’s one of those tales that are memorable. Each time I read it, it seems different yet the same. Continue reading “Book Review: Rise of the Sun Prince (Ramayana – The Game of Life #1), by Shubha Vilas”

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Book Review: She Loves Me, He Loves Me Not, by Zeenat Mahal

I’m not that fond of love stories these days, but there are few authors who write them well. And it’s good to read, enjoyable in fact. One of the few is Zeenat Mahal, and I quite enjoyed reading her book, “Haveli” last February. The good word on her writing style continued (continues) to grow. So I had no hesitation in accepting a copy of her new novel for review. Continue reading “Book Review: She Loves Me, He Loves Me Not, by Zeenat Mahal”