Greed Lust Addiction – Book Review


I had many choices when I picked up Greed Lust Addiction for the week. Once I began reading it, initially, the novel was just like any ordinary debut made by any ordinary novelist with nothing shinning as brilliant. But as I moved ahead with the content and reached chapter after chapter, I understood various aspects of the writing of Mr Ravi Dabral, the author of Greed Lust Addiction. What should I tell this piece? Is it crime fiction? Is it a crime thriller fiction? Is it a spiritual fiction? What I believe is that the novel is a perfect blend of everything that it seems to offer. Continue reading “Greed Lust Addiction – Book Review”


A Dowryless Wedding by Merlin Franco – Book Review

A Dowryless Wedding is no lesser than a social document if a work on dowry is considered to be a mirror of a society we live in. This novel, a debut by the author, is highly contagious and it might harm you be picking your pocket with the important time that you have for your work, reserved, in a day. It might spread laughter and spread humour too… so, my advice to all the readers in my league would be reading this book as soon as possible and then letting it rest in the backyard of your library!  Continue reading “A Dowryless Wedding by Merlin Franco – Book Review”

American Maharajah by Mark Stephen Levy – Review

I have been reading quite different stuff for sometimes and for a change, I decided to read this fiction, American Maharajah, by Mark. I have heard much about this book from different persons and read some reviews on different websites. I was anticipating a good story and a mature plot and I got it as well. However, there were some corners which were not illumined as were the other corners of the book and my review will clear the air.  Continue reading “American Maharajah by Mark Stephen Levy – Review”

Despite Stolen Dreams by Anita Krishan

Anita Krishan’s novel, the latest one, Despite Stolen Dreams is being considered as being one among the works of fiction by Indian novelists which represent the Indian English writing on the world stage with the true colours and in the best possible way! I am not saying all this merely because many others are saying so. I am saying all this because I have been reading literature for some time now and I have grown old reading books by authors from various parts of the world – India being special. Despite Stolen Dreams, as it might reflect by the metaphor in the title, is a work of fiction which traces the loss but the ‘despite’ that begins it says a lot to the readers who are rather serious about reading! Continue reading “Despite Stolen Dreams by Anita Krishan”

With You; Without You book review

प्रभात रंजन द्वारा रचित उपन्यास, विद यू; विदाउट यू मैंने हाल में ही पढ़ी है। उनकी कहानी काफी अच्छी एवं इंसानी जज्बातों को प्रगट करने वाली है इसमें कोई दो राय नहीं हो सकती। शुरू से लेके अंत तक मुझे ये पता ही नहीं चला की मैंने कितनी जल्दी इस उपन्यास को पढ़ डाला। आप अगर खुद इस पुस्तक को पढ़ेंगे तब आपको पता चलेगा मैं ऐसा क्यों कह रहा हूँ। इस कहानी में कुछ तो खास है जो पाठकों को बस लुभाए एवं उलझाए रखती है और लेखक इस काम में बहुत सफल हुए हैं। हमें तो बस वही दीखता और पढ़ने को मिलता है जो लेखक पन्नों के पीछे से पढ़ाते और दिखाते हैं Continue reading “With You; Without You book review”

Bleeding Queens by Palak Kundra – review

Have you ever come across a book which openly supports the brazen and ghastly punishment against rapists? If not, then you need to read this book Bleeding Queens by Palak Kundra. Bleeding Queens is a novel written in Hindi and which runs around 150 pages. However, the novel does not let you rest unless you finish this and sit relax after knowing how does the central character, Diljit, punishes the culprits who have raped her and takes her vengeance. Other than that, you will find the frustration of the author against the society which has become so dumb and deaf against the crime against women.  Continue reading “Bleeding Queens by Palak Kundra – review”

The Elephant Chaser Daughter by Shilpa Raj – Next book to read!

Are you gearing up to read something? I am getting ready for a sensational debut book by a young lady who happens to belong to the community of people who had been kept bereaved of the facilities that we otherwise have. The book’s title is quite catchy and at the same time thought evoking – The Elephant Chaser’s Daughter. The author of this work, which is a memoir, is Shilpa Raj. A 23-year-old lady who has completed her M.Sc. in Psychological Counselling. Before I read the book, it was my urge to know more about the book and the author and surprisingly, I could find very emotional as well as hard facts about Shilpa… she had the past which was filled with misery and hopelessness before she found herself in Shanti Bhavan, a school for many children like her. Continue reading “The Elephant Chaser Daughter by Shilpa Raj – Next book to read!”

The Guide by R K Narayan

I have recently finished this book once again. It was the last time when I was pursuing my graduation that I have read this book. However, that was rather a study than a read per se. I had to study the aspects of the book academically rather than reading the book and extracting things out of that reading personally. The Guide by R. K. Narayan is truly a masterpiece of Indian Literature produced in English. It had the appeal when there was no me; it has the appeal when there is me and it’d have the appeal even then when I won’t be around! Such is the master creation of one of the greatest English novelists of India – R K NarayanContinue reading “The Guide by R K Narayan”

Second Chance by Dr. Sandeep Jatwa

Dr. Sandeep Jatwa is a medical professional as well as a wordsmith who is often indulged in writing and reading. He has written two novels already and published the second first and before his first completed manuscript. Now this secret is something that only the author can understand but we have to read his published novel which the Second Chance.  Continue reading “Second Chance by Dr. Sandeep Jatwa”

Rafflesia – The Banished Princess Book Review

Well, I am super excited writing this post. At last, I got a chance to officially review my first ever novel online. I have done many in the offline mode to a limited audience. However, this is first ‘official assignment’ and I loved doing so. Nevertheless, do let me tell you that though I liked the book, it was rather slow and grave compared to other books of the age. Rafflesia – The Banished Princess, though rated high by the readers and book review websites, is for a limited spectrum of the audience which is rather sophisticated and rather intellectual types. My experience with the book I will be sharing through this blog post. Continue reading “Rafflesia – The Banished Princess Book Review”