Book Review: Tales from the History of Mathematics, by Archana Sarat

I’m one of the few who enjoyed Mathematics as a subject in school. That’s why this book immediately appealed to me, and I had to procure a copy.

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Book Review: Just Another Day, by Piyusha Vir

Short stories are always fun to read, and a welcome break from novels. This book has three short stories, and is a short read.

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Book Review: Elixir, by Sinjini Sengupta

Life is all about choices, they say. This novel is about them too. I found this novel at a literature festival, and had I not attended that day, I may have missed it. The title, simple as it is, was quite appealing. And the cover art wasn’t that bad either.

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Book Review: Tit for Tat, by Archana Sarat

They say a well told story doesn’t have to be very long. So many writers love writing short stories. This book takes the stories a notch further. These are flash fiction. Would they still be “thrilling”? I’ve read the author’s work before, and knew the genre would definitely play to her strengths.

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Book Review: Birds of Prey, by Archana Sarat

I love reading crime thriller novels. The genre is such that, if written well, the novel manages to grip me. I think both the cover art and the title itself both appealed to the crime thriller lover. The blurb promised action – a serial killer on the loose, and a policeman trying to catch that killer. Could the book wow me?

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Book Review: Cabbing All The Way, by Jatin Kuberkar

An office brings people of similar background together, yet each person is different in their own way. Casual acquaintances at office, that’s manageable, but can a group work when each of their personal lives is affected by the other?

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