Not So Beautiful? My Beautiful Shadow
Review / September 22, 2014

Author: Radhika Jha
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers India
Year: 2014
ISBN: 9789351362777
Rating: ★★½☆☆
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Radhika Jha’s novel, My Beautiful Shadow, is set in Japan of the 1980s. It was the time when the Japanese economy was experiencing a heavy boom and its unemployment rate was as low as 4.9%. It was the time when various new brands were storming Japan and ‘they brought a new religion of ‘Happyism’’.

Review: Right Here Right Now
Review / July 29, 2014

Author: Nikita Singh
Publisher: Penguin Books India
Year: 2014
ISBN: 9780143423072
Rating: ★★★½☆
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Right Here Right Now by Nikita Singh is a story of a seventeen-year-old girl, Kalindi, who has suffered memory loss after a terrible accident.

Interview with Saba Imtiaz
Authors Exclusive / March 13, 2014

Saba Imtiaz is a freelance journalist in Pakistan whose work has appeared in The Christian Science Monitor, The Guardian and The Revealer. Her first book Karachi, You’re Killing Me! has been described as Bridget Jones’s Diary meets Diary of a Social Butterfly, a comedy of manners in a city with none. Here, we quiz her about the experience of writing a first novel, getting published and her favourite genres.

Review: Like It Happened Yesterday by Ravinder Singh
Review / January 16, 2014

Author: Ravinder Singh
Publisher: Penguin Books
Year: 2013
ISBN: 9780143418801
Rating: ★★☆☆☆
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Ravinder Singh’s Like It Happened Yesterday is the story of his life, described in minute detail. Our reviewer feels that an experienced author like Ravinder should have come up with better content; his writing style is as good as ever. Read on to know more on why this is not one of the author’s best works. 

Review: Tea for two and a piece of cake by Preeti Shenoy
Review / January 10, 2014

Author: Preeti Shenoy
Publisher: Random House
Year: 2012
ISBN: 9788184002799
Rating: ★★★½☆
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Preeti Shenoy fans can rejoice- here’s another breezy read from the talented author. Tea for two and a piece of cake takes us through the journey of Nisha, from her falling in love and getting married to her ultimate stance as a strong, independent woman.