“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.
“More Bodies Will Fall” is a refreshing book in the genre of crime fiction as it gives us an experience very less imagined. This well-paced, taut whodunit gives us a chaotic Delhi and introduces North-East India as a complex identity rather than a simple linear one.
It is a delicately layered mystery that takes the reader on a tumultuous ride of decadence, lust, debauchery, betrayal, and unadulterated evil. Expect a book that is a short read. Expect a mind-boggling psychological thriller. Expect a book that is quite complex and layered.
“Mehman” is a 4-in-1 travel memoir collection that brings to us the travel journey and experiences of 4 different travellers. These include 3 contributors from across India who contribute to author Anuj Tikku’s blog Tikku’sTravelthon. It also includes travel writings from the author’s pen.
Expect a book that is true to its name and teaches you a thing or two about simple living. Expect a book that is a short and crisp read. One which will help you become a better and happier person. Expect a book that brings to you ancient Japanese philosophy in a nutshell.
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 serves as a beginner’s guide into the world of creating and selling audiobooks. Expect a book that draws information from the author’s endeavors in the field. Expect a short read that doesn’t provide detailed and exhaustive information on the subject.
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 Last Mrs. Parrish is a dark diabolical tale of unchecked greed, fierce envy and a burning desire to be rich and glamorous. It is a tale that shows jealousy and greed, when combined together are capable of bringing out the worst in humans.
Replete with gorgeous illustrations that accompany each of its chapters, the book is a thing of beauty. It is both engaging and informative. The knowledge it provides is easy to read and comprehend. Expect a beginner’s guide about the various Hindu Gods and Goddesses.
The main objective of Nandita Saini’s World’s Best Husband is to break gender stereotypes and bring about a change in societal norms. Another thing worth appreciating is how the book will easily relate to any Indian woman. The journey of Nandini is inspiring and relatable.
The poet approaches us vividly presenting some catching-images and those images draw our attention. The words and phrases used in the above poems: the churned-out-wet-face, the skeleton of cloud, the brink of death, promise-bound, the grave wreckage, to hide yourself from the recurring ruins madness, etc.