Review: Life is What You Make it by Preeti Shenoy
Review / December 23, 2013

Author: Preeti Shenoy
Publisher: Srishti Publishers
Year: 2011
ISBN: 9789380349305
Rating: ★★★★☆
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Life is What You Make it is a fictional best seller by author Preeti Shenoy. The book is the story of Ankita Sharma, a girl in her twenties. It focuses attention on a little known disease- Bipolar disorder. 

Review: Engagement Formula by Ross Reck
Review / December 21, 2013

Author: Ross Reck
Publisher: Westland
Year: 2013
ISBN: 9789383260096
Rating: ★★½☆☆
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When 88,600 employees, were studied for job satisfaction, it was found that only 26% were contributing their 100% to their job.
This is where the Engagement Formula comes in handy.

Review: Hitched by Nandini Krishnan
Review / December 3, 2013

Author: Nandini Krishnan
Publisher: Vintage Books
Year: 2013
ISBN: 9788184003734
Rating: ★★★½☆
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The insecurities of people regarding spending their life with complete strangers to happy moments, from the horror stories to the wedding preparations; the author has captured them all in Hitched.

Review: 2 States by Chetan Bhagat
Review / September 24, 2013

Author: Chetan Bhagat
Publisher: Rupa & Co.
Year: 2009
ISBN: 9788129115300
Rating: ★★★★☆
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A love story between North and South, Chetan Bhagat's 2 States is an easy, entertaining read.

In country like India, a love affair converted into marriage is no less than a battle won. When the two halves of the couple are from two opposite regions, things are set to get tricky. Chetan Bhagat’s fourth novel, 2 States, revolves around this theme – way before Chennai Express was in the works!

Review: The Race of My Life – An Autobiography by Milkha Singh and Sonia Sanwalka
Review / September 14, 2013

Author:Milkha Singh and Sonia Sanwalka
Publisher:Rupa Books
Year: 2013
ISBN: 9788129129109
Rating: ★★★☆☆
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‘The Race of my Life’ is an autobiography of the world renowned athlete, ‘Milkha Singh’. The book is written by him, together with his daughter Sonia Sanwalka. The introduction is penned by JeevMilkha Singh (his son) and the foreword is graced by the words of popular director Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra. The book encapsulates the journey of his life. It opens with Milkha’s birth and subsequently his family is introduced.

An Interview with Meghna Pant
Authors Exclusive / August 23, 2013

Meghna Pant is a very reputed and famous author of the book ‘Happy Birthday’. The author shared insights of her new book, the secret behind her success and a lot more.

Review: Sorry Dad I ain’t scoring the goal by Ankit Rathi
Review / July 28, 2013

Author: Ankit Rathi Publisher: Frog Books Year: 2013 ISBN: 9789382473046 Rating: Read book reviews from other readers   “What does your passion mean to you? What if your passion crosses the path of your success? What if the whole world, even your own mother do not support you? What will you do then? Will you still strive to achieve it or will you accept defeat? Again, What does your passion mean to you?” Ankit Rathi is a graduate from ISM, Dhanbad. In his debut novel, ‘Sorry Dad, I ain’t scoring the goal’, he takes us along on young Shaurya’s journey into maturity and growing up. The story begins when Shaurya is in Class 7. Despite his love for Cricket, one day, he is bulldozed into watching a football game thanks to the two football fanatics in his family; his father and brother. This is the turning point in his life. He is instantly captivated by the aura of the game and hooked by the intensity the players show. And he decides to be the best footballer in the country. He also wants to help make his father’s football club, Vixens, the best in the league.  What follows next is the…

Review : Happy Birthday by Meghna Pant
Review / July 24, 2013

Author: Meghna Pant
Publisher: Random house India
Year: 2013
Rating: 4.5/5
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‘Happy Birthday’ Is a collection of short stories by the author – Meghna Pant. It is her second book after multiple award winning ‘One and a half wives’. So this book was also expected to be exceptional and the author will not disappoint you.

Review: The Salvation of a Saint By Keigo Higashino
Review / June 7, 2013

Author: Keigo Higashino
Publisher: Little, Brown Book Group
Year: 2013
ISBN:  9780349139340

Rating: ★★★½☆
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Have you ever thought of a perfect crime? What it could be like? Maybe when no traces of crime are left or maybe when the traces are not visible to “ordinary” eyes. Such an extra-ordinary attempt is made by Keigo Higashino in his book “Salvation of a Saint”.