BLURB: A warrior princess trained in isolation, Lara is driven by two certainties. The first is that King Aren of the Bridge Kingdom is her enemy. And the second is that she’ll be the one to bring him to his knees. The only route through a storm-ravaged world, the Bridge Kingdom enriches itself and deprives… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: The Bridge Kingdom, Danielle L. Jensen.
Blurb:Renowned for bringing the marvellous to the ordinary, Vinod Kumar Shukla has long been recognized as one of India's foremost writers, with a voice uniquely his own. The stories in Blue Is Like Blue deal with 'smaller-than-life people'. They live in rented accommodation, often in single rooms, where one electric bulb does for light. There's… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: Blue is like blue, Vinod Kumar Shukla.
The waves still crashed against the rocks, The moon still bathed the sandy beach with its light. And the piano still played on. But, amidst all this, just like that, Sally Sequeira had disappeared. REVIEW: Detective Janardhan Maity and his friend Prakash Ray decide on a beautiful vacation spot, the picturesque hamlet of Movim in… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: The Disappearance of Sally Sequeira, Bhaskar Chattopadhyay.
Publisher: Aleph Book Company (30 December 2017) Paperback: 136 pages Language: English BLURB: During the chaos of partition in 1947, something dreadful happened in the city of Jalandhar in Punjab. As a result of this, Salman Rashid's family fled Jalandhar for Pakistan, the newly created country across the border. They were among the nearly two million people uprooted… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: A Time of Madness: A Memoir of Partition, Salman Rashid.
Hey guys! I'm back with another wrap up blog post. So January was a pretty good reading month for me. I read a total of 7 books this month (4 - TBR pile and 3 - Review copies). One of my goals this year is to bring a balance between the review copies and my… Continue reading January Wrap up