Book Review: The German House

Title: The German House Author: Annette Hess Translator: Elisabeth Lauffer Publisher: Harper Via- Harper Collins Pages: 330 ISBN: 978-0062976451 Source: Publisher The German House is set in post war Germany. Poeple have settled in their lives once again and the WW II is but a hazy memory for the present generation. Beautiful young Eva is … Continue reading Book Review: The German House

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Book Review: The Body Myth

Title: The Body Myth Author: Rheea Mukherjee Publisher: Hamish Hamilton- Penguin Pages: 232 ISBN: 978-0670092789 Source: Publisher The Body Myth is a powerful debut novel that talks about many things at once. It can be best described as a novel that brings together the acceptable and the non-acceptable, the normal and the abnormal, the knowable … Continue reading Book Review: The Body Myth

Book Review: The Unlikely Adventures of Shergill Sisters

Title: The Unlikely Adventures of Shergill Sisters Author: Balli Kaur Jaswal Publisher: HarperCollins India Pages: 312 ISBN: 978-935357043 Source: Publisher The Unlikely Adventures of Shergill Sisters explores the dynamics of familial relationships in the present times. The novel recounts the story of the Shergill sisters as they undertake a journey to India to fulfill their … Continue reading Book Review: The Unlikely Adventures of Shergill Sisters

Book Review: The Man Who Saw Everything

Title: The Man Who Saw Everything Author: Deborah Levy Publisher: Hamish Hamilton- Penguin Random House Pages: 200 ISBN: 978-0241268025 Source: Publisher The Man Who Saw Everything presents an immersive and surreal story of Saul Adler- a young historian. The novel spans a period of roughly 30 years. It opens on a September day in 1988 … Continue reading Book Review: The Man Who Saw Everything

Book Review: The Fourth Courier

Title: The Fourth Courier Author: Timothy Jay Smith Publisher: Arcade Publishing Pages: 300 ISBN: 978-1948924108 Source: Author The Fourth Courier is a thriller set in Poland. The novel is a concoction of murder, politics, liaisons (both heterosexual and homosexual), nuclear threat and power hungry creatures. The chief characters involve a FBI agent, a gay black … Continue reading Book Review: The Fourth Courier