Every single one of superstar Raaj’s official ex-girlfriend either ends up becoming mentally unstable or dies under mysterious circumstances. Driven with a sense of moral justice and a passion for investigative journalism, Suhaasini sets out on a path to unravel the truth.
“Afsaane” is a collection of short stories that are relatable in their themes and remarkable in their depth. It is a book that attempts to anchor our generation down with its esoteric lessons and its philosophical musings.
“How to Give Up Plastic” is a great book for somebody who wants to learn about the plastic crisis and the urgency to tackle it before it’s too late. Expect a book that talks about the plastic and its impact on our environment especially our oceans. Expect a book that is short and easy to read.
‘Twins in Trouble’ narrates the story Rhea and Riniget, the identical twins who get entangled in a sinister drug deal while attempting an innocent prank to fool a hairstylist.
‘Chaturanga’ parts with us on an interesting note promising a thrilling journey ahead. It leaves us with many open-ended questions, igniting our curiosities and flaming the fire with a tease here and a tease there.
“The Quest for Inner Sunshine” is a book that enables one to ponder and reflect on the true meaning of life. It narrates a simple beginner-level story that carries a profound message for anyone who decides to read it.
The book narrates the story of a power couple Yamini and Sanjeev who have left the comforts of a foreign country, and given up on the promise of an ‘American dream’ to pursue their ‘desi dream’.
Author Avik Gangopadhyay has written over 30 books in English and Bengali. His writing touches upon relatively unknown but significant themes of aesthetics, dead languages, Indological studies, religious ‘isms’, theories of literature, and obscure historical issues.
A serious inquiry into the sustainability of the world that we live in today. It attempts to propose a better and more sustainable way of living for all individuals. The author proffers a balanced approach that not just focuses on wealth but also on wisdom and ethics.
We at bookGeeks got a lucky chance to have a candid conversation with Dhyan Bollachettira. Here’s what he has to say about his quest for wisdom, his love for writing, and about his debut work, “Arya Dharma: The Noble Dharma”.
We at bookGeeks got a lucky chance to have a tete-a-tete with the author. Here’s what he has to say about his love for books, his favorite authors, his likes and dislikes, and most importantly, his latest book “Based on Lies: The Whole Story”.
“Killing Time in Delhi” is a satire that sheds light on the degenerate world of Delhi’s high-heeled elite. Expect a book that revolves around not one but two murders and yet, isn’t a murder mystery. Finally, expect a book that has a rich language and a generous sprinkling of dry humour.