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The Palace of Illusion by Chitra Banerjee Review

The Palace of Illusion by Chitra Banerjee

I was itching to read The Palace of Illusion by Chitra Banerjee from a long time. After reading Mrityunjaya by Shivaji Sawant, I was quite smitten with the Hindu Mythology especially Mahabharata. The creativity of imagination in authors amaze me. I’ve already read Mahabharata from Karna POV(Mrityunjaya by Shivaji Sawant), …

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Bird in a Banyan Tree by Bina Ramani Review

Bird in a Banyan Tree

A very popular saying that ‘Life is not Bed of Roses’ fits very well for the famous fashion designer, entrepreneur, restaurateur, social worker, visionary and a socialite Bina Ramani. She was born in a very conservative and yet wealthy Sikh family, brought up first in Mumbai then in London and is known …

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Dongri To Dubai by S Hussain Zaidi Review

Dongri To Dubai by S Hussain Zaidi

When I picked up the book Dongri To Dubai by S Hussain Zaidi, I was very septic if I’d at all like the book forget about finishing it. Though I find it very difficult to read books which involves a lot of cold blooded killing, but I must admit that Dongri …

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The Promise of Pencil by Adam Braun Review

the promise of pencil

There are very few non-fiction books which I have managed to read till the end. Most of the time I just leave them half way. Unlike all those book, The Promise of Pencil by Adam Braun is one such non fiction book, not only I resonated but also finish till …

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Worldbuilding: the Master Guide (with Template)

“Worldbuilding” is a term you’ll hear from a lot of writers — especially when you’re talking about the science fiction and fantasy genres. Great authors can create a living, breathing environment for their stories, invite readers into another world, and make us homesick for a place we’ve never been. But for new (or not …

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Nazakat by Sasha H Singhal Review

Nazakat by Sasha H Singhal

When I received the review copy of Nazakat by Sasha H Singhal, I thought it would be the story of a women’s plight as a prostitute who eventually carves out a life out of it. But when I actually started reading the book, I realized that my perception about the …

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