Review: Delhi – Mostly Harmless by Elizabeth Chatterjee
Review / January 18, 2014

Author: Elizabeth Chatterjee
Publisher: Random House
Year: 2013
ISBN: 978-8184003567
Rating: ★★★★☆
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In her debut novel, Delhi – Mostly Harmless, Elizabeth Chatterjee writes about Delhi in all its glory as a city which is a must visit in any traveller’s list. Join her for a whirlwind tour of our very own capital city, narrated from a videsi-turned-desi’s perspective. 

Review: Train to Delhi by Shiv Kumar
Review / October 12, 2013

Author: Shiv Kumar
Publisher:  Random House
Year: 2013
ISBN: 9788184003963
Rating: ★★½☆☆
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While walking through the bustling College Street in Calcutta as an eight year old, I was often reminded by my grandfather of an age old adage – “Never judge a book by its cover”.  According to him, the proverb was much more important literally than in its common metaphorical use. Sifting through reams of bookworm infested pages, he put into place a library at our house that would give any of those run by the Government a run for its money.

Review: Boomtown by Aditya Mukherjee
Review / September 8, 2013

Boomtown is a mélange of eccentricity, life crisis, friendship and love. It is about an India where the youth are constantly kept on their toes by their elders to succeed, and in spite of scorning traditions or the system, we all conform to it in the end. The author has done his homework and what we get in the end is a wonderfully crafted novel that makes a mark in the reader’s mind.