After a certain point in life, people start thinking that they are sorted, or settled for life. They have every right to think that way, as they are set in their ways, and have worked really hard to achieve a certain level of respect and stability. But the heart knows no stability or logic, and dances to its own tunes. Would you like to read a story of a successful and smart woman, who goes through an unexpected upheaval in her life? If yes, then Sandhya Jane’s book ‘Second Spring’ can be yours to review!
The wealth of knowledge that lies within our ancient Indian scriptures is unparalleled in the world. The Ramayana and Mahabharata are epics in their own right, and we’re sure that there are answers to any moral, social, political and even spiritual questions that you might have hidden in their pages. All of us can learn a lot to learn from these books, but lack of time and will power to flip through such huge tomes are obstacles in our way. To remedy this, we have the third volume of the ‘Ramayana – The Game Of Life’ series by Shubha Vilas for you to read and review! We’ve already given you the opportunity to review Rise of the Sun Prince and Shattered Dreams earlier, and now you can read the third part of the simplified ‘Ramayana – The Game Of Life: Stolen Hope’, which retains all the excitement and lessons of the original saga.
A middle-aged thrilling romance – a rare genre in Indian Writing – a romantic intrigue – a study of human nature and relationships is what defines storyteller Ravi Subramanian’s latest release. Humans are social and the norms to each one are different. A story of love, betrayal and redemption.
We all play card games when we’re bored (or there is no WiFi). But what happens when these innocuous looking cards hide something more sinister? How does a woman who is already dealing with the ghosts of her past confront the real demons of the present? Author Vishal Goswami has written a spine chilling book ‘Khel the writings’ which is a must read for all you fans of the horror genre, or anyone who loves to curl up under a blanket with a good page turner.
Open any newspaper and all you see is strife, conflict and humans making life hell for other humans. Doesn’t the question ‘Why is this happening?’ creep into your mind on seeing this? Many people question the cause of all these problems but don’t really look for the answers. In his book ‘From Where I See’, author Dr. Ajay Yadav tries to delve beneath the surface and find answers to these situations that stem from the beliefs of men.