Shabnam Minwalla’s fantasy fiction for children weaves in magic and realism. The journalist and author gives her take on the genre…
Aditi Krishnakumar’s The Magicians of Madh enriches the genre of fantasy fiction for middle grade readers and young adults, combining a gripping tale with loads of humour!
Sarang Mahajan’s Luwan of Brida is the first novel set in Inkredia, an original fantasy universe. Luwan of Brida is the first book set in this magical land.
There is no better way to expose children to the rich natural heritage of our country, than by reading wildlife fiction books, notes renowned author Deepak Dalal.
Prince charming…and happily ever after? Between the Lines is an enchanting YA novel by Jodi Picoult, co-written with her teenage daughter. Lose yourself in a heartwarming and gripping tale!
Dip into fantasy lore stemming from the rich South Asian heritage. Imran Kureshi’s first novel, In the Realm of Demons takes the reader into uncharted magical territories.
Get absorbed in the magic of lost continents and ancient realms in the first book of a trilogy…a saga of love and adventure set in ancient India.
Good stories surpass the dimension of time. They travel right into the core of human experience. Timeless literature indeed transcends time. But more than anything else, could it also be a tool for change?
Soul Warrior, a mythic fantasy novel by Falguni Kothari, turns the mythic fantasy genre on its head by weaving an exciting rendition of characters from the Mahabharata into an epic tale.
Have you ever believed that life would be easier if only you knew the future? My Friend Genie dips into the realm of magical realism to seek an answer.