Horror Books

Putli: Wanna Play by Anuj Tikku

Putli: Wanna Play | Anuj Tikku | Book Review

Sushant Gupta, an archeologist, finds the church that houses Jesus’s remains but at the same location, he also finds an ominous-looking doll that goes by the name Putli. Very soon, the locals start experiencing weird and sinister encounters that hint at a darker power at play.

1984 by George Orwell

1984 | George Orwell | Book Review

1984 is not just an anxious story about the state and the use of its unfair means to do as it pleases, but also about human relations with one another. A story where parents can’t trust their own children, a colleague can’t sit with another colleague, a story about extensive inequality, and a story of an utter betrayal by your own instincts.


The Green Room | Nag Mani | Book Review

The Green Room is a pretty decent book for somebody looking for mild horror. Set in a centuries old boarding school of Nainital, the book certainly gets the backdrop right. After all, there is something hauntingly beautiful about the lonely forests and the desolate roads of Himalayan towns.

Indigo Awakening Kanika Kumar

Indigo Awakening | Kanika Kumar | Book Review

Divided into 23 chapters, Indigo Awakening is a grim yet exciting read into the topsy-turvy world of a woman who has been suffering from the feeling of being visited by apparitions at night time. It all makes for a highly unpredictable narrative that seems to find no proper solution.

The Erotic Muse

The Erotic Muse | Rajeev Singh | Book Review

Rajeev Singh’s The Erotic Muse is a tale of the struggle of the protagonist as he tries to rise above his middling to look for true companionship and motive for life. This seductive fiction has a dose of supernatural elements as well as romance as it confronts social and personal problems.

Risen by Cole Gibsen Blood Eternal #1

Risen (Blood Eternal #1) | Cole Gibsen | Book Review

Charlie isn’t really happy with the way her life is going. She lives with her aunt in an isolated cabin in the woods which much to Charlie’s disappointment is far away from everything she cares about – civilization, friends, and life. Her life changes when one day her aunt is kidnapped by vampires and Charlie has no clue whatsoever.Until now, she never knew that vampires existed.

The Evil Trance by Mark Dysan

The Evil Trance | Mark Dysan | Book Review

PLOT: 4.5/5 CHARACTERS: 4/5 WRITING STYLE: 4/5 CLIMAX: 3.5/5 ENTERTAINMENT QUOTIENT: 4.5/5 “Everyone can be corrupted, even the great and the good.” ~ Mark Dysan, “The Evil Trance” Few musings A happy change that I have only recently started noticing in Indian novels is that an increasing number of authors are now exploring diverse genres. …

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Graveyard Shift by Manish Mahajan

Graveyard Shift | Manish Mahajan | Book Review

THEME: 4/5 STORIES: 4/5 WRITING STYLE:3.5/5 SPOOKY QUOTIENT: 3/5 ENTERTAINMENT QUOTIENT: 4/5 One of the first books that we reviewed on bookGeeks was Manish Mahajan’s The Disappearance of Tejas Sharma. The book was a good read and we liked it immensely. Now, after more than 4 years I got the opportunity to read Manish’s 2nd …

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ghost stories from the raj

Ghost Stories from the Raj | Ruskin Bond | Book Review

SUBJECT: 4/5 CHARACTERS: 3.5/5 ENTERTAINMENT QUOTIENT: 4/5 “Ghost Stories from the Raj” makes for an exceptional read. It is one of those reads which is sometimes perilously funny and yet other times quite creepy but at the end of the day, it sure is an entertaining read. I picked up this book from the kindle …

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