The Last Mrs. Parrish is a dark diabolical tale of unchecked greed, fierce envy and a burning desire to be rich and glamorous. It is a tale that shows jealousy and greed, when combined together are capable of bringing out the worst in humans.
Replete with gorgeous illustrations that accompany each of its chapters, the book is a thing of beauty. It is both engaging and informative. The knowledge it provides is easy to read and comprehend. Expect a beginner’s guide about the various Hindu Gods and Goddesses.
Originally from the South of India, Vee Kumari had been fond of books from the very beginning. As a child, she would often find her escape in books. Authors like Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and Agatha Christie were amongst her favourites. She was encouraged by her mother who often motivated her to learn more and dream bigger.
The main objective of Nandita Saini’s World’s Best Husband is to break gender stereotypes and bring about a change in societal norms. Another thing worth appreciating is how the book will easily relate to any Indian woman. The journey of Nandini is inspiring and relatable.
It is a book that blends mystery with mythology in a tantalizing combination. The best part of Vee Kumari’s Dharma, A Rekha Rao Mystery is its cryptic mysteries. Their answers lie in ancient tales and artifacts. Expect a book that laces its mystery with the right dose of drama and romance.
Webbing the Webseries Web is a book that touches upon crucial aspects of content planning and execution of a web series. It is a book that offers both practical tips and personal insights on the subject. But in a more informal and candid fashion.
Raavan: Enemy of Aryavarta is worth every minute that you spend reading it. With the classic combination of action and adventure doused in a generous dose of mythology and fantasy, the book appeals to almost every kind of reader. That Amish decides to pour in a generous amount of information and detailing is like the icing on top.
Expect a book that is a light and fluffy read, perfect for a lazy afternoon or a cozy night in. Expect a book that is a heartwarming summer romance. Expect a book that has a bit of drama and humour in addition to the romance. Expect a book that is lengthy but effortlessly so. Expect a book that is best suited for chick-lit and romance lovers.
Tiffin: Memories and Recipes of Indian Vegetarian Food is part memoir (anecdotal) and part recipes; where the memories section far exceeds the recipes one. Expect a book that is a little lengthy and heavy on anecdotes. Expect a book that familiarizes one with the delights of South Indian vegetarian ‘tiffin’.
Unholy Tales from Banaras shows us a side of the city that often eludes a normal traveller. In addition to all its culturally rich experiences, the book lays bare its dark underbelly too. Expect a short read that shares multiple tales from the land of Banaras. Expect a book that is part fiction and part travel writing.
When I Was Husbandless by Ritika Madaan is a short and simple read. Expect a book that will make you take a trip down the memory lane. Expect a book that finds humour in everyday situations and finally expect a book that would relate to you as a woman.
The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo is packed with entertainment. The fast pace and high-flying scandals give the readers enough juice to stay entertained. That being said, to discount the book as a simple entertainer would be unjust. The layers, the mysteries, and the nuanced characters go a long way to give this book a subtle literary vibe.