Here we are in the last day of the first month of 2018. And for me it has been a rather long month. Besides the number of books that I read, there's a lot that happened. And there's a lot that I'm looking forward to in the next two months. But first things first. Let … Continue reading January Wrap Up (Books & Life)
Title: Murder in a Minute Author: Shouvik Bhattacharya Publisher: Bloomsbury Pages: 230 ISBN: 978-9386643728 Source: Publisher 'Murder in a Minute' is a thriller set in the picturesque town of Palampur in Himachal Pradesh. Needless to say, the action kick starts with a murder. The victim is Esha Arora, a beautiful young woman who is also … Continue reading Book Review: Murder in a Minute
Special Sunday is a Bookish Tag started by Kajal Dhamija from A Girl's Verdict on Books. We are supposed to share some books which are special to us in some way. Being a student of English Literature, I get to read a variety of dramas as part of my syllabus. And I know, if it … Continue reading Sunday Special Tag: Drama Recommendations
Title: Story of Sita Author: Nabeena Srikanth Publisher: Inkstate- Leadstart Publishers Pages: 326 ISBN: 978-9352019496 Source: Publisher 'Story of Sita' aims at presenting the Ramayana from Sita's perspective. Sita is my favourite character from the Ramayana and undoubtedly the one for whom everyone feels. So, a retelling of the Ramayana from Sita's perspective is really … Continue reading Book Review: Story of Sita (DNF)
Title: Austenistan Editor: Laaleen Sukhera Publisher: Bloomsbury Pages: 164 ISBN: 978-9386950260 Source: Publisher 'Austenistan' is an anthology of short stories from women writers of Pakistan. These women are inspired from Jane Austen and each of the seven stories in the anthology is based upon one or the other work of Jane Austen. Here is the … Continue reading Book Review: Austenistan
Title: What would a Muslim Say? Author: Ahmed Rashid Pages: 144 ISBN: 978-1943740161 Source: Author "What would a Muslim say?" is a book that tries to answer several questions associated with the Islam. It aims at providing a clear & definite of what Islam truly is. Written in the epistolary form, this book is basically … Continue reading Book Review: What would a Muslim say?
Title: A Time of Madness - A Memoir of Partition Author: Salman Rashid Publisher: Aleph Book Company Pages: 126 ISBN: 978-9384067366 Source: Publisher 'A Time of Madness', as the subtitle states is a memoir of partition by Salman Rashid. Salman Rashid is a leading travel writer of Pakistan. This book is an account of what … Continue reading Book Review: A Time of Madness
Hello friends. Happy New Year to all of you. I wish you all a very happy and prosperous new year. May all your impending desires be fulfilled in this year. On the first day of this new year, I'm launching a new section on my blog, which I've named Author Tit-Bits. I'll be coming up … Continue reading Author Tit-Bits: Radha Viswanath