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A Forgotten Affair by Kanchana Banerjee | Book Review

There is an old saying – You don’t know where you’re going if you don’t know where you’ve been. This may sound philosophical and yet, if you delve behind the deeper meaning of these words, you may be unable to deny their truth. 545 more words


My review of Neon Noon by Tanuj Solanki

This book read like a literary thriller. Loved it. Learnt from it.

Some thoughts about the experience (Spoiler alert):


Do read the blurb of the book for the plot and then read my review. 1,286 more words

A House without Windows by Nadia Hashimi, Book Review

Now here is a story from an author I have been meaning to read, a couple of novels in and she has made a name for herself in the literary circles. 862 more words

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The Black Widow by Daniel Silva - Book Review

My first read of the best selling, famous for spy thrillers author – Daniel Silva’s latest – The Black Widow.


Title: The Black Widow… 1,008 more words

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An Unsafe Haven by Nada Awar Jarrar, Book Review

We are all aware of the crisis currently hot in the world; millions of displaced peoples away from their homes. Sometimes we feel displaced and alien even in the very places we know the soul of! 1,140 more words

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Interview with Danesh Rana, author of Red Maize

Red Maize(Harper Collins) is one of my favorite books from 2015, and the rightful winner of the Tata Literature Live!First Book Award-Fiction. The conflict in Kashmir is finding a voice in a number of contemporary fiction and non-fiction narratives. 1,149 more words


Thank you to Matthew Sharpe for the gorgeous blurb!

I don’t know which virtue of Deep Singh Blue to recommend: the love-hate letter to northern California; the rich portraiture of Deep Singh, his family, and his tempestuous girlfriend; the oh-no-did-he-just-do-that storytelling; or indeed the blue that informs the restless, cutting, tender intelligence of the book. 17 more words