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A Splash of Love by Rajeev Ranjan

A Splash of Love by Rajeev Ranjan

“Never judge a book by its cover” I think this saying should be printed on each and every copy of ” A splash of Love” as a statuary warning! I have never ever come across a book which deserves this saying more than the novel under review. If you are […]

by June 8, 2011 Review
Big Boss by MVP

Big Boss by MVP

I recently received “Big Boss, A Story of Every Professional” from Diamond Books for review. It is written by MVP and is about a fictional character, Aditya Mohan aka, Adi and his struggle to come to grip with the complacent and at times, negative role bosses play in the career […]

by June 6, 2011 Review
Refuge by Gopal Gandhi

Refuge by Gopal Gandhi

Refuge by Gopal Gandhi is a novel that I picked up twice, and abandoned each time, after reading a few pages. Despite the appealing sonorous lyrical prose, written effortlessly in the most impressive manner, I was somehow unable to relate to it. But, the childish romantic journal by Chocoholic Shadow […]

by June 5, 2011 Review
High School Love by Chocoholic Shadow

High School Love by Chocoholic Shadow

After my recent rendezvous with the voluminous War and Peace and the depressing Siya Seth, I was desperate to read a breezy, light hearted, easy-on-brains entertainer. In fact, Maya Running was the last such book, I had read and really enjoyed. So, I literally jumped with joy, when I received […]

by May 29, 2011 Review
Deception Point by Dan Brown

Deception Point by Dan Brown

God created man and man created a comfortable world around him. But, is it possible that man is the only creature, God has ever created or is he just one of the many aliens, living on innumerable planets. Well, I am not talking about Star Trek or some sci-fi fantasies […]

by May 16, 2011 Review
Mahatma vs Gandhi by Dinkar Joshi

Mahatma vs Gandhi by Dinkar Joshi

Mahatma Gandhi is one of the most venerated political leaders of India. He is lovingly called the ‘Father of Nation’. His fame is so widespread that each and every citizen of this country is aware of his great contribution in the freedom struggle of India. When I saw the title […]

by May 15, 2011 Review
Siya Seth Decides to Die by Sneha Mehta

Siya Seth Decides to Die by Sneha Mehta

‘Siya Seth Decides to Die’, the first time I read this title, I was a bit taken aback. For me, death has always been an unwelcome, unwanted, but inevitable reality, be it struggling with the untimely demise of a loved one or the myriad, almost cruel, detailed headlines of the […]

by May 8, 2011 Review
War & Peace by Leo Tolstoy

War & Peace by Leo Tolstoy

Leo Tolstoy is a name that needs no introduction. The prolific Russian author, who has a loyal fan following all over the world is certainly a class apart from his contemporaries and even the modern writers. I was first introduced to his short stories during my childhood and he left […]

by May 6, 2011 Review