Book Review: The Lowland

About four years ago, when I had newly began book blogging, I had- as most bloggers do- a handful of bloggers who served as my inspiration. Apart from setting goals for my own blog, I also got to know about some interesting books from their blogs. The Lowland is one such book; or to be … Continue reading Book Review: The Lowland

Book Review: On Citizenship

On Citizenship is a short book, comprising of four essays, on the very important and the very relevant concept of citizenship. The four contributors include Romila Thapar, N. Ram, Gautam Bhatia and Gautam Patel. Put together, the four essays in this book approach the idea of citizenship from different directions, provide a general overview of … Continue reading Book Review: On Citizenship

Book Review: The Angel’s Beauty Spots

Title: The Angel's Beauty Spots Author: K.R. Meera Translator: J. Devika Publisher: Aleph Book Company Pages: 120 ISBN: 978-9388292832 Source: Publisher The Angel's Beauty Spots is a collection of three novellas by K.R. Meera on the theme of love. 'The Angel’s Beauty Spots' is a disquieting story about Angela’s repeated infidelities and the trauma of … Continue reading Book Review: The Angel’s Beauty Spots

Book Review: The Case of the Wandering Scholar

Title: The Case of the Wandering Scholar Author: Kate Saunders Publisher: Bloomsbury Pages: 362 ISBN: 978-1526615985 Source: Publisher The Case of the Wandering Scholar is a Laetitia Rodd mystery involving the search a nomadic Oxford scholar tied with a series of murders and suspects who seem completely unrelated to each other. Set in mid 19th … Continue reading Book Review: The Case of the Wandering Scholar

Book Review: If History has taught us anything

Title: If History has taught us anything Author: Farhat Nasreen Publisher: Rupa Publications Pages: 208 ISBN: 978-9353334789 Source: Publisher If History has taught us anything undertakes a journey into the political history of India. India has seen several rulers and each of these rules has impacted and shaped the India of the present. If one … Continue reading Book Review: If History has taught us anything