Embark on a riveting journey through time with ’10 Lessons from Hindu History in 10 Episodes.’ This book is your gateway to unearthing the true and hidden history of Bharatvarsha, spanning centuries. While not exhaustive, these narratives offer a compelling, enlightening perspective, exposing the profound impact of Marxist-leaning scholars on our perception of Indian history. Dive into the depths of an authentic and concealed past, waiting to be uncovered.
In “My Roommate Is a Vampire,” struggling artist Cassie Greenberg’s quest for affordable housing leads her to a seemingly too-good-to-be-true Craigslist ad. Skeptical but intrigued, she encounters Frederick J. Fitzwilliam, an enigmatic man from another era. Their unique connection blossoms through charming handwritten notes. When Cassie stumbles upon a mid-day vampire gathering, Frederick reveals his secret: he’s a vampire awakened after a century. Will Cassie accept his proposition, changing her life forever?
Discover the enchanting world of “Vikram and Betal: Life Lessons for Our Times.” This timeless book revives the legendary Indian classic, “Baital Pachisi,” offering ten carefully chosen stories with stunning illustrations. King Vikram’s vow of silence, Betal’s riddles, and ancient India’s mystique come to life in this engaging read. Ideal for ages 7 to 11, it’s a ghostly, yet not too spooky journey that deserves a place in every library.
When the Forest Manor Hotel’s roof caves in during their busiest season, front desk managers Izzy and Lucas must set aside their differences and salvage their struggling workplace. As they search for lost-and-found treasures, they discover abandoned wedding rings with profound sentimental value. Rather than selling them, they compete to return the rings, desperately clinging to their jobs. But amidst the rivalry, hidden emotions emerge, dismantling their longstanding animosity and reshaping their destinies.
Within the pages of ‘Reflections: A Collection of 5-Minute Essays’ by Uma Rajagopal, readers embark on a poignant journey through the author’s life experiences. Focusing on themes of motherhood and womanhood, this book offers universal insights, encouraging us all to embrace life’s ups and downs and find our passions. With relatable anecdotes and a personal touch, it’s a heartwarming, thought-provoking read, celebrating the beauty of life’s small moments and the power of self-discovery.
In “Veronika Decides to Die,” Veronika’s life takes a dramatic turn when her suicide attempt lands her in a mental hospital. Facing imminent death, she embarks on a journey of self-discovery, finding unexpected connections and love among her fellow patients. As she delves into their unique stories, Veronika gains new perspectives on life’s meaning. A tale of resilience, love, and the profound impact of human connection, this novel inspires us to embrace the extraordinary in the ordinary.
In ‘A God Who Hates Women,’ set against the backdrop of the 1979 Islamic revolution in Syria and Iran, author Dr. Majid Rafizadeh delves into his mother Amira’s tumultuous life. Born into a society that devalued girls, Amira’s journey unfolds with forced marriage, abuse, and relentless struggle. It’s a gripping exploration of a family’s resilience in the face of brutal patriarchy, offering a stark portrayal of an era marked by ancient traditions and the relentless pursuit of survival.
Delve into ‘The Perfumist of Paris,’ a captivating finale to the Jaipur Trilogy. Radha, immersed in fragrances and love, navigates life’s complexities, finding her true calling in the heart of Paris. Immerse yourself in a journey of scents, family, and unexpected encounters, as this spellbinding tale weaves India and Paris into an evocative tapestry of emotions and empowerment.
In ‘Madam Nurse,’ the shadow of a sinister serial killer looms over Ganga Shyam Hospital. Inspired by real events, this gripping mystery unfolds as Nurse Lata Nair joins the ranks of dedicated healthcare professionals. However, when a wave of infant deaths strikes, panic ensues, and famed detective Suraj Kumar and his unorthodox partner, Zen, are called in to unravel the chilling secrets concealed within the hospital’s walls. Can they unmask the baby serial killer before more lives are claimed?
Explore India’s rich temple heritage, where spirituality thrives amidst bustling cities, tranquil villages, and picturesque landscapes. “Unusual Temples of India” unveils hidden gems that defy convention. Join the author on her captivating journey across the country as she delves into unique temples, offering a glimpse into their extraordinary stories. This book is a compilation of her temple travel diaries, a testament to the diversity and spirituality that define India’s cultural mosaic.
“In ‘Five Survive,’ six acquaintances set out on a 31-foot RV journey from Philadelphia to Gulf Shores for Spring Break. When they lose phone service and take a wrong turn, they become unwitting pawns in a deadly game orchestrated by a hidden killer, facing an uncertain fight for survival.”
In “Poorly Made in China,” Paul Midler delves into the competitive world of Chinese manufacturing, uncovering deceptive tactics and cultural intricacies. Drawing from personal experiences, he provides insights into the impact of these practices on global business, offering a compelling exploration of this complex economic landscape.