Behind The Crimson Tears

When Love Becomes a Curse Author – Avisek Prasad Genre- Fiction Pages- 232 On a rainy night, three long lost friends- Moksh, Alisha and Vineet, reunites after a decade and find themselves spilling out the darkest times of their lives in each other’s company. ‘Behind the Crimson Tears’ by Avisek Prasad narrates three different stories…

Kanpur Khoofiya Pvt. Ltd

Funny, Comical and Action-packed Author- Richa S. Mukherjee Genre- Fiction Pages- 287 Richa S. Mukherjee’s extremely hilarious detective novel ‘Kanpur Khoofiya Pvt. Ltd’ introduces us to the Tripathi family, whose each member is exceptionally crazy. Amongst them is our protagonist Prachand, the most composed member of the Tripathi family. He runs a private detective agency…

Six Secrets Smart Students Don’t Tell You

Revealing the Secrets of Success Author- Chandan Deshmukh Genre- Non fiction (self help) Pages- 116 “If a 5 day vacation requires 6 months of planning, isn’t a solid blueprint necessary for 16 years of studies?” Chandan Deshmukh, a Bangalore based Engineer, did the unexpected. While he was in school, he studied smart students and tried…

Kali’s Retribution

From The Kalki Chronicles Author – Abhinav Genre- Mythological Fiction Pages- 280 ‘Kali’s Retribution’ is the second book of ‘The Kalki Chronicles’ where the author narrates his unique take on the reincarnation of Lord Vishnu’s last avatar Kalki. Anirudh, as known from the first book, is born as the tenth avatar of Lord Vishnu. Along…

The Sage’s Secret

From The Kalki Chronicles Author- Abhinav Genre- Mythological Fiction Pages- 256 ‘The Sage’s Secret’ by Abhinav narrates the incarnation of Lord Vishnu in his last avatar. Kalki as we all know, is the tenth avatar of the Hindu God Vishnu, born to bring an end to Kali Yuga and removing adharma. This book brings to…

The Black Dwarves Of The Good Little Bay

Utopia Gone Wrong Author- Varun Thomas Mathew Genre- Fiction (Dystopia) Pages- 336 Varun Thomas Mathew brings forth an epic dystopian tale with his debut novel ‘The Black Dwarves of the Good Little Bay’. The book is a hypothetical fictional work consisting of a fusion of politics and dystopia. The author framed a near future world…

Six Of Crows

Dark, Enthralling And Mature Author- Leigh Bardugo Genre- Fiction (YA Fantasy) Pages- 561 “No mourners, no funerals” Kaz Brekker, the boy they called Dirtyhands didn’t need a reason. Those were the words whispered on the streets of Ketterdam. He is a thief, with the skill of craftiness. He is ‘the bastard of the Barrel’ who…

Invisible Girlfriend

Another cliché Romance Tale Author- Ekta Renu Chandna Genre- Fiction (Romance) Pages- 107 This book has every element that I cannot stand in a romance novel. A) Cliché Love story between two teenagers B) Love at first sight C) Unrealistic plot/ no plot at all D) Death of the girl/ boy Sid is a 17…

The Girl On The Train

Fascinating, Thrilling and Stirring Author- Paula Hawkins Genre- Fiction (Psychological Thriller) Pages- 323 She knows you. She watches you. But you don’t know who she is. Rachel is an unreliable, alcoholic lady, who is in her mid-thirties. She takes the same commuter train to London every morning. Paula Hawkin’s ‘The Girl on the Train’ narrates…

The Unlikely Adventures of the Shergill Sisters

A Funny, Unimaginable and Chuklesome Story Author- Balli Kaur Jaswal Genre- Fiction (Comedy) Pages- 312 ‘The Unlikely Adventures of the Shergill Sisters’ by Balli Kaur Jaswal is a funny and whimsical story of three British-born Punjabi girls sent off for a pilgrimage to India. The ever-so-serious Rajni, the peacemaker Shirina and the impulsive Jasmeen were…