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A Home for Urvashi by Sanchali Bhattacharya Review

A Home for Urvashi by Sanchali Bhattacharya

A home for Urvashi by Sanchali Bhattacharaya is a novel based on the concept of afterlife. What is life after death? It is a mystery and anything related to it intrigues human mind. It is around this concept with her imaginations, the author has woven an interesting and convincing tale that my heart …

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Fear is the Key by Juggi Bhasin Review

Fear is the Key by Juggi Bhasin

Fear is the Key is the adult psychological thriller novel with the touch of eroticism written by the author Juggi Bhasin, who is known to write out of the box crime thriller novels. I always enjoy reading the psychological thriller genre for their intensity and mind games. Naturally, I was …

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Mothering A Muslim by Nazia Erum Review

Mothering A Muslim by Nazia Erum

Mothering a Muslim by Nazia Erum is the most thought provoking and stimulating book I have ever read. Initial first impression about the book is that its anti Modi. It is when you widen your approach and read it with a detached perspective, then only the picture becomes clear and you decipher …

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Khullam Khulla: Uncensored by Rishi Kapoor

Khullam Khulla: Uncensored by Rishi Kapoor

Khullam Khulla by Rishi Kapoor was the most awaited autobiography largely because of the frank and outspoken nature of the actor. And more because of the curiosity to know about the oldest Bollywood family, some insights into the present Kapoor family and revelation of any untold truth. The Greatest Showman …

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Kalki by Kevin Missal Review

Kalki by Kevin Missal

Kalki has become my favourite mythical character these days and I love to read books on him mainly because unlike previous two Avatars of Vishnu – Ram and Krishna, there is not much seen or read about him. There is something new to read each time you pick up a …

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8 Hours by Upendra Namburi Review

8 Hours by Upendra Namburi

60 mins then 31 and now latest 8 hours- like Chetan Bhagat, Upendra Namburi has some infatuation with numbers. Till now all his three novels have numericals in the title. Blurb 8 Hours is a corporate thriller which is about the multi-billion dollar conglomerate company ARYA whose probable bankruptcy had triggered …

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Unreal Aliens by Karthik Laxman Review

Unreal Aliens by Karthik Laxman

Unreal Aliens is a hilarious attempt to capture the ongoing political and media (mis)happening in India by Karthik Laxman. He is the founder of Unreal Times who rules the social media space when it comes to spoof, satires, parody and comedy. Good Story Line I must say that it is …

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