“War Hero” by M K Davidasan is the story of a hero who fought in the Indo – Pak war of 1971. Its patriotic fervor infuses the reader with love and respect for the country, reminding the readers why a soldier does what he does.
‘यूपी 65’ आई.आई.टी. बनारस की पृष्ठभूमि पर आधारित उपन्यास है जो 12 खंडों में विभाजित है। जहां तक इस उपन्यास के कथानक का प्रश्न है यह आई.आई.टी. बनारस में देश के कोने-कोने से आए विद्यार्थियों को केंद्र में रखकर रचा गया है।
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’.
“The Advisory Board” by Hemant R Joshi is a crate full of life lessons and values. While the title may seem misleading, it all makes sense when you understand the true essence of this book. In a time full of fantasies, this book does a great job of giving a reality check to the readers.
“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.
Expect a book that has a beautiful story and a carefully conceived plot. Expect a coming of age novel that reflects the dreams and aspirations of an underprivileged boy. Expect a book that sheds some important light on the true essence of life. Expect a book that lets you reflect on your own ideas about happiness and relationships.
Expect a book that is light and fluffy and is mostly meant for beginners. Expect a book that tells us a simple story of a married couple separated by distance. Expect a story that is told in easily comprehensible words. Expect a book that will subscribe to the tastes of urban individuals and that will easily relate to Yuppie couples.
The God Who Loved Motorbikes is not just a book. It is a feeling; it is a journey in itself that is so wondrous and yet sometimes so incongruous. It is a battle fought in tandem with a never-ending quest for an elusive god – not the god who loved motorbikes but the god of all motorbikes.
Because It’s Love is a bag of mixed emotions. The story is pretty elaborate and detailed. The message and the underlying moral lessons are also appreciated but the writing fails to rise up to the plot. Its written in a style that is often shaky, hasty and monotonous.
Wish I Could Tell You tells us a story where real gets mixed up with fake, reality with illusion and the virtual world with the physical one. It shows us everything – the good, the bad and the ugly side of the world that we inhabit.
The Odyssey of Reunion tells us the story of a man named Murali who was imprisoned in his youth and released from jail in his 60s. Out of the prison, he is like a newborn child lost in this altered surrounding and yet enjoying each moment of freedom, observing and absorbing things afresh.
That Thing About You does not lack in entertainment. Yes, it slows down in pace at times and makes the reader wonder about where the story is going. But with an honest to heart writing, unpretentious characters, simple narration and a mild dose of mystery, it manages to generate enough interest for the reader to turn pages after pages.