Review of Random Access Memories by Deepak Kaul

Title: Random Access Memories Author: Deepak Kaul Review: I find collection of short stories really interesting that's why I decided to read Random Access Memories by Deepak kaul but it really didn't matched my expectations. Random Access Memories is collection of short stories written by author for Write India contest, all stories are based on [...]

Review of LEATHERBACK and The STRANGE PLACE By Shubhra Shah.

Title: Leatherback and the Strange Place Author: Shubhra Shah Format: Paperback Edition Book length: 180 pages. Publisher: Srishti Publishers. Blurb: Leatherback is a hundred and something years old, and finds queenie the cat and loro the parrot too rowdy! But she likes Sara, who once was the girl with no confidence. How Sara turned her [...]

Review of The Sinners by Sourabh Mukherjee

Title: The Sinners Author: Sourabh Mukherjee Format: Paperback Edition Book length: 200 Pages. Publisher: Srishti Publishers. Introduction: The Sinners is a fast-paced thriller that weaves together elements of corporate warfare and personal vendetta. This is a whodunit about primitive, caveman instincts of those creating futuristic technology, and the complicated dynamics of relationships in the modern [...]

Review of A Useful Death by Sriram Chellapilla.

Title: A Useful Death Author: Sriram Chellapilla Format: Paperback Edition Book length: 416 Publisher: Westland Blurb: Aspiring actress Priya is dead. It’s a suicide, and rumour has it that Anil, son of politician and former Telugu-movie superstar Mohan Krishna, drove her to it. Just another film-industry scandal? Or something bigger, much bigger? Partha, hired by [...]

Review of The Assassinations: A Novel of 1984 by Vikram Kapur

Title: The Assassinations: A Novel of 1984 Author: Vikram Kapur Format: Paperback Edition Book Length : 211 pages Blurb: To Deepa, Prem gave no hint of the churning inside him. In front of her he affected a cheery demeanour, indulging her in her plans for their honeymoon, which she kept revising. It was a welcome [...]