A corporate crime thriller, this book caught my eye because of the cover art. When I was told that the blurb was interesting too, I thought this might be a good book to read. The publisher was kind enough to send me a copy of the book to read and review.Continue reading “Book Review: The Sinners, by Sourabh Mukherjee”
I’m not a big fan of romance genre but I had liked the author’s earlier work, so picked this up to read.Continue reading “Book Review: Meant to be Together, by Faraaz Kazi”
Children’s fiction brings a wonderful break from other genres more often than not. I love reading them for that reason. The author Soumya Torvi approached me for a review of this book and I was quite happy to accept. The cover itself was appealing, and the blurb only added to the curiousity.Continue reading “Book Review: A Princess’s Quest for Knowledge, by Soumya Torvi”
I have read 34 Bubblegums and Candies before, and it was interesting. In a way, this book is like old wine in a new bottle, and some rebranding of course. Right off the bat, I liked the title and the cover art much better.
Crime fiction is a genre many writers seem to be attempting these days in Indian writing in English. This book came my way quite unexpectedly, and looking at the cover design, I never thought I would read it. As it turns out, it helped break a reading block that had been holding me back for a while.