At the very core of the book is the idea of keeping faith and the notion of being one’s beloved. It talks about loving someone wholeheartedly only to discover a completely different side to their personality that eventually comes as a shock.
A page-turner is an understatement for Together We were (W)hole. This thriller opens in an office cabin when it suddenly begins to rain cats and dogs. A major business deal is about to be signed but what pans out is corporate politics and mishandled secrets which the protagonist deals with wit and cool-headedness.
Rage of Immortals is about Lt. Sefina, the central character who ends up being kidnapped. Taken to the Underworld as the deputy bodyguard of Cipher, she is introduced to this fantastical new world of magic, drama, and novelty. Yet unknown to her, she is bound to this job for a lifetime by her Boss Cipher.
The book instils in the reader the spirit to fight back, to never lose calm in the face of calamity and to not lose the vision of the goal.
The book is innovative in the sense that it comes up with very new standpoints from the perspective of these female characters which the author hopes will be given a thought by readers.
The language of the book is easy to follow, neither too ornate nor too crisp.
Multitalented, chirpy and driven, Saudamini is an internationally acclaimed painter now turned author. Her paintings largely fall within the ambit of hyper realism. Her paintings are mainly soul paintings that showcase the inner turmoils, emotions and journey of the soul. Complex as it sounds, her artistic sense grew out of an epiphanic discovery of having a hand at it.
The Disappointing 5 is bound to make the teens realize their misconceptions about growing up.
The book is worth reading word by word, page by page and definitely more than once, because of its clever use of climaxes and gripping plots.
“Beena’s Summer” is at once light-hearted and humorous while being fast-paced and spellbinding. The novel is a must-read for both young and old, though more appropriate for ages 10 and above.
On the whole, “Dear Mr. Bachchan: A Bollywood Novel” is conceptually new and makes for an engaging read. It will especially appeal to lovers of the Indian film industry, young adults, Amitabh Bachchan fans, and those who enjoy stories with a plot twist.
One Monsoon in Mumbai is a lengthy and time-consuming read that will appeal to those who enjoy reading thrillers, detective novels regarding big shots and crime fictions. It is a page turner for those who enjoy romantic novels with thrilling twists.