Based on the author’s own experiences in the four-year stint at Regional Engineering College, Surat, Hostelitis: Surviving Hostel Life is a humorous, emotional, and adventurous journey that takes readers through the transcending and multidirectional lanes of friendship, career goals, and true love.
The collection comprises of nineteen short stories that are based on the saying of Kurt Vonnegut: “We have to continually be jumping off cliffs and developing our wings on the way down.” The plots are varied in each of the short stories and they are not interconnected.
At the very core of the book lies the aim of introducing children to chemicals. Professor Simplicius and the Mystery of Matter attempts to bust the myths around the general perception of chemicals. It is an attempt to tell us that ‘Look, not all chemicals are bad’, and that chemicals are an ‘integral part of life and Universe’.
If it is to be described in a single sentence, then the narrative of Mystiq Lynk brings two very different worlds together. The eerie atmosphere of the plot is hard to decipher, full of suspense, and always keeps the reader on the edge. The narrative plays on the emotions of the reader by spreading the feeling of fear, terror, and suspense and concealing a lot to reveal only that which cannot be easily guessed.
Gripping, mind-boggling, terrifying, and beautifully woven, Killing Strangers, is a didactic and entertaining debut in equal proportions, set in the America of recent times. The plot opens with the character of Larry Watson, a retired FBI agent, who is on his way for a job interview at Atlanta Tech Corridor stands witness to a mass shooting incident.
Expect a book that features a rather unusual romantic pair – A King crab fisherman and a Hollywood production assistant. Expect a friends-to-lovers story that is set in the small sea town of Westport in the American state of Washington.
Mrs. Deeksha Kapoor is a high-heeled socialite who loves partying and entertaining. Her husband Dhruv is one of the best-known plastic surgeons in the country, specializing in celebrity makeovers, and often frequented by Bollywood celebrities. Theirs is a happy family, but their happy world comes crashing down when one day, after a clash with his wife, Dhruv commits suicide and the next day, Deeksha’s body is found brutally murdered.
Living in a grand mansion in Sunder Nagar is the ghost of the young princess Madhubala, the daughter of Raja Pratap Singh of the princely state of Singhgarh.
The princess’s promising future culminates in a tragic and abrupt end when a grand party, organized in her honour, is attacked by a masked man.
“Love is a miracle, and miracles happen through love. We are here to experience and spread only joy and love. Anything that comes in the path of love and divine success should be destroyed without fear or guilt” – these words succinctly sum up the evocative story of Mooncircles.
Set in an elite suburban area of Mumbai, the book is a mystery thriller that captures the lives of socialites, businessmen, landowners, and celebrities.
Hawa Mahal is the name of an old building in Mumbai which is not just named after the real Hawa Mahal of Jaipur but is an imitation of it, no matter how vague and wretched.
Diligent, ambitious, and intelligent, Raghu manages to create many opportunities for himself by the sheer force of his zeal.
Success courts Raghu at quite a young age, and his escalation into the wonderful world of finance is fast and dizzying. But just when Raghu seems to have everything, life throws him a curveball.
Neeti and Ronit are two people leading two completely different lives. Their tastes, desires, hobbies, dreams, aspirations, and ambitions are all different. What do they have in common, you ask? Well, absolutely nothing!
And yet they decide to tie the knot. Not because they want to, but because given their inexplicable circumstances, they have to reach a compromise.