e-Books

Arjuna by Anuja Chandramouli

Arjuna by Anuja Chandramouli

Call it a mighty omen or a natural progression of events, as soon as I finished Thundergod, I happened to lay my hands on Arjuna – Saga of a Pandava Warrior Prince, written by the talented Anuja Chandramouli. It appears as if Lord Indra is indeed raining mythology at scribbles […]

by July 12, 2013 e-Books, Review
Thundergod : Ascendance of Indra by Rajiv G. Menon

Thundergod : Ascendance of Indra by Rajiv G. Menon

Mythology – a heady mix of passion, devotion and tradition has always appealed me. From early childhood, I am quite smitten with this delectable mix of fiction and fantasy. So, I practically jumped up with joy when Amazon gave me a chance to freely download an e book called Thundergod […]

by July 8, 2013 e-Books, Review
The Idiot by Fyodor Dostoyevsky

The Idiot by Fyodor Dostoyevsky

When I had read Crime and Punishment by Fyodor, the author’s familiarity with human emotions of guilt, anger, frustration had overwhelmed me. I had struggled with its slow beginning, but was surely impressed with its gravity. As I picked up Idiot, my expectations rocketed sky high and I feared whether […]

by June 22, 2013 e-Books, Review
The Man Who Knew Too Much by G. K. Chesterton

The Man Who Knew Too Much by G. K. Chesterton

The Man who Knew Too Much by G.K. Chesterton is a novel I recently picked up or rather downloaded through my Kindle App quite impulsively. When I began reading, I knew nothing about the book or the author. And, my decision was totally based on the appeal of the intriguing […]

by May 13, 2013 e-Books, Review
The Emperor’s Edge by Lindsay Buroker

The Emperor’s Edge by Lindsay Buroker

Last week, as I exited the exciting villainous world of Vanity Fair, I was desperate for an easy breezy novel. A simple story, which would fuel my imagination and yet calm my horrid soul. With this intention, I gleaned through the huge kindle edition list available on amazon. As I […]

by April 24, 2013 e-Books, Review
Vanity Fair by William Makepeace Thackeray

Vanity Fair by William Makepeace Thackeray

This year on Woman’s day, I stumbled upon the novel Vanity Fair : A Novel without A Hero by William Makepeace Thackeray, quite by chance. As I read the tagline (subtitle), I felt that the novel does seem to be a woman centric novel, without a male chauvinist spoiling the […]

by April 14, 2013 e-Books, Review
Google Play Books

Google Play Books

Google Play Books is an e-Book Reader App compatible with Android Smartphones/Tabs, iOS devices i.e. iPhone, iPad, iPod as well as with any other e-reader that supports the Adobe DRM. Though, it has been in existence for quite sometime now, Google Play Books has recently been launched in India in […]

by March 19, 2013 e-Books, Review
Kobo: An e-Book Reader App

Kobo: An e-Book Reader App

Kobo is a free e-book Reader App, compatible with Android, iOS, Mac, PC and Blackberry devices (too bad if you own a Windows Phone). I stumbled upon it quite by chance, while surfing through the Playstore available on my Samsung Galaxy Tab. And, I must say this chance discovery has […]

by March 14, 2013 e-Books