Daily Archives: September 2, 2019

Lanka’s Princess by Kavita Kanè Review

Lanka’s Princess by Kavita Kanè

Lanka’s Princess This December 2016 Kavita Kane tells us the story of Ravan’s only sister Surpanakha in her recently released book Lanka’s Princess. Unlike her previous books protagonist, Surpanakha is a fairly well known character and often cited as the one who kindled war between Ram and Ravan. In fact, I remember my …

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He Lost His Mobile And.. by Amol Kulkarni Review

when he lost his mobile

He Lost His Mobile And.. by Amol Kulkarni is back to back the second debutante book I am reading. First being Game of Anarchy by Kenneth Jones. I am glad that I read He Lost His Mobile after some skepticism. While reading the book one bollywood director’s movie kept coming to my mind. He …

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Being Salman by Jasim Khan Review

Being Salman by Jasim Khan

Being Salman by Jasim Khan is the biography of Salman Khan, the man who rules the heart of millions, people swear by his name, his mere presence guarantees the success of the movie, his generosity is world famous this superstar needs no introduction.  Salman Khan is the most loved actor of the cinema both in …

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Colorful Notion by Mohit Goyal Review

Colorful Notion by Mohit Goyal

Colourful Notions: The Roadtrippers 1.0 Colorful Notion by Mohit Goyal is a first of its kind of book I have read till date. It is not such that similar books have not been written in the past but I never came across a fictional travel novel yet. Yes after reading …

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Double Down by Jeff Kinney Review

Double Down by Jeff Kinney Review

Oh, no! It’s finished. This was my reaction and feeling when I reached the last page of Double Down : 11th book in Wimpy Diary’s series by Jeff Kinney. May be I am grown up adult now, a mother, but I yearn for my childhood days and Wimpy’s diary helps …

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The Last Bloom by Poulomi Sengupta Review

The Last Bloom by Poulomi Sengupta

There are very few fictional books which will make you sit and ponder, which can be referred to people who like to read books with real issues raised. The Last Bloom by Poulomi Sengupta fits in that category of books. It is one of those excellent book which I would love to …

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