Hasija, an Afghan woman who works for the American forces, lives in Kabul along with her husband Jamal, sister Rabia, and cook Hamid. Their humble yet perfect lives are destroyed when the Taliban gains control over Afghanistan and its capital Kabul after the US forces start to leave the country.
Laya is a cheerful teenager who loves hanging out with her friends and boyfriend.
Alas! her carefree days are cut short abruptly when she realizes the reason behind her recent bouts of nausea and sickness. She is pregnant. And now she’s also clueless about what to do.
Episodic poetry is a collection of 49 short poems and one thought, all of which are infused with much emotions and creativity. The poems in Episodic Poetry teach you a thing or two about life, love, legacy, dreams, aspirations, humility, and the world that we inhabit. They also make us aware of our own insignificant existence in the larger scheme of things.
Nine months ago, Alia’s daughter Siya, was taken away from her grandparents’ home.
After no development for weeks on end, the police decided to file the case as cold and even the Aroras gave up hope. Except for one person. Her mother Alia had never stopped looking, and now she wants Keshav to take up the case.
MATH GOLD PTE is a book that serves as a complementary guide to teachers, students, as well as students for their preparations for the SATs and ACTs. Written in a crisp, concise, and simple manner, the book includes both subject knowledge as well as practical tips, tactics, strategies, and suggestions.
Upon her arrival in Germany, Sally soon finds new friends in Sarah, Olive, and Olivia. Together with them, she sets out to explore her surroundings.
Imagine their surprise when they discover a secret witches’ pit in Sally’s garden. Curious and intrigued, they decide to inspect the pit and find themselves in imminent danger.
STORIES: 3.5/5 WRITING: 3.5/5 ENTERTAINMENT: 3/5 OVERALL: 3.5/5 My musings After a long while, I came around to read a short story collection. Though I have a few short story collections added to my TBR (Arresting God in Kathmandu, The Upside-Down King by Sudha Murty, Small Towns, Big Stories by Ruskin Bond being on the […]
Komal Rathod has spent her entire life dreaming and working towards securing a position at the prestigious CBI. A hardworking and driven individual, she has an eye for detail and has specialized in the forensic sciences.
Upon her entry into the CBI as an intern, she chances upon some long-dead cold cases and uncovers their connection with a serial killer.
Pratik’s friend Jiah had a break-in at her house. Nothing was stolen, but her Kakudada Swadhin was brutally assaulted by the perpetrators. As a result of which, he is currently in a coma.
As Pratik starts to uncover some yet unknown facts about the mystery, the police have no choice but to involve him in their investigations.
James Rutherford is on a work-related trip to India. He expects to encounter work issues and cross-cultural struggles but what truly bowls him over is a quirky, bold, and opinionated Indian girl – Radha Iyer. To cut things short, James ends up getting ‘Bangalored’ by her.
As India is heading towards general elections of 2024, some are not happy and want to stop the Prime Minister at any cost. To thwart his dreams of winning a consecutive third term, they will go to any lengths. Even as far as assassinating him.
At the core of the book lies the concept – everything starts from zero. As the author takes us through the all-important steps of planning, building, sustaining, and growing a startup, we get to know the dos and don’ts, the struggles and challenges, the opportunities and strengths that a business experiences.