Karishma Shah is a counsellor, who is passionate about reading books. While she is open to reading a variety of genres, fiction is where her heart lies!
Magic blends with stark reality in a poor district where glaring inequalities raise their ugly head. But, where there is misfortune, there is redemption! Blessed by Deepa Agarwal is a novel that traverses this ground.
Ayaz Kohli's debut novel, Snakes In The Meadows, justifies the age old adage of 'When the going gets tough, the tough get going'! The residents a hilly village in India occupied Kashmir, suffer innumerable loses. When pushed to the limit, they spew fire like a volcano and snatch back their land and honour
Sitayana highlights the genius of Amit Majmudar who gives a modern twist to a timeless saga keeping the essence intact. The contemporary linguistics, scenes at the forefront and minute details convince the reader that 'life is all about understanding the small
The pursuit of the famed American Dream is a common literary theme. But, what about the Indian experience of the American dream? Here is a novel that poignantly touches on this
Natasha Mehra Must Die has all the makings of a masala novel (if there is such a thing!), with a two millennia old secret organization, countless killings, colourful villains and a very relatable protagonist. It doesn't let you catch your breath till the end and still leaves you wanting for
Ziauddin Yousafzai's book, Let Her Fly will be an inspiration to millions of parents who often succumb to the pressures of society. When a family is dedicated to a true cause, it can change the
Queen of Ice is the moving story of Didda, a lame princess, who against numerous odds, goes on to become the powerful queen of prosperous Kashmira during the early medieval time of Indian