by Sagarika Ghose

There has been much talked and written about Indira Gandhi. A commoner knows her by the regime of emergency and ‘Operation Blue Star’. Winning a decisive military war against Pakistan in 1971 glorified her as the only man in the cabinet of old women. But how was the Iron Lady as a person? What led to her infamous emergency? What was the cause of her downfall? This book follows the breadcrumbs of her politics regime... continue reading→

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The Snowman

by Jo Nesbo

It is no surprise to anyone that I love thrillers and mysteries. So when one of my favourite book blogger constantly suggested this Author, I had to read something by him. I, along with a fellow booklover picked The Snowman which is not the first in the Harry Hole series, but apparently a good place to start. If you are a Nesbo fan or know of other Authors and books that are as exciting as... continue reading→

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Sita: Warrior of Mithila

by Amish Tripathi

Yadā yadā hi dharmasya glānirbhavati suvrata Abhyutthānamadharmasya tadā prakr̥tisambhavaḥ It was almost a couple of years since I read the first book in the series: Scion of Ikshvaku. I had to read the last few chapters of the first one, thanks to my great memory. Slow release aside, what I love about Amish’s books is the reinterpretation of our epics; an open-minded reinterpretation. Contrary to the popular image of Sita as homely, soft-natured… what’s the... continue reading→

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Five Reasons to read Anne of Green Gables

by L.M. Montgomery

One of those books that I fell in love with instantaneously, Anne of Green Gables was my gateway to the wonderful world of reading. I re-read this book recently, only to realise that I am still in awe of Anne and there is so much more I appreciate about the book. So, I am going to give our usual review pattern amiss and give you five reasons as to why you should read this fantastic... continue reading→

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All the Missing Girls

by Megan Miranda

In the last two years I have read a lot of women centric books. Books written by and about women focussed on female readers. I have also read a lot of thrillers with women protagonists. Guilty of reviewing this book a tad too late, I read the review copy of this book at the end of 2016 when I read a lot of other books on mysterious female characters. However, this book isn’t a hit... continue reading→

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by Anuja Chauhan

Ever fancied a life which makes you feel alive. Like a dhook dhook dhooki inside you? ‘Baaz’ by Anuja Chauhan will make your heart leap with each flip of page. It makes you learn one more thing about passion. It is magnetic. Here are the five reason why you should pick up ‘Baaz’ by Anuja Chauhan. The Indian Air Force: Baaz ke maaphik! This is for those who have fancied men in uniforms and patriotic... continue reading→

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