Whilst on an adrenaline high of drugs, an addict trying to decode the existence of God and other vital qualms in life -Scarlet Lines by P K Jha, a powerful and crisp attempt at a self-introspection towards the idiosyncrasies of life through the eyes of a drug addict
An epic encounter revolving around two different entities, Fight Story by Vamsidhar Chaturvedula is an action fiction which is a true entourage into the persistent battle between destiny and will
Want to go on an exploratory tour of Europe, to the best possible destinations, to the loveliest of places? Wait, there’s more! How about a tour guide who gives you the most candid details too? And not to forget a love story which has all the possible elements you could possibly imagine in a story. Yes, there is love, hatred, forgiveness, abuse as well as picturesqueness all rolled together in Burgundy Winters: In Europe by Pranay Patil, Pete Heyes and Nicola Peake.
How about a deliciously diabolical plan? A wicked one, poised to wipe your family off the face of the earth? Scandalized? Well, I am serious, read the book review of How To Kill Your Family by Bella Mackie
What if Two of yesteryear’s stellar characters decide to confluence out in a manner you have never imagined before? Presenting Sherlock and Devdas in a tale upending your traditional approach to these, pushing you into a never imagined rigmarole
Imagine you are inheriting considerable property. What if the inheritance is not as it appears to be, a simple switch of titles and ownership?
What if in a story what you perceive and speculate all along turns otherwise? Is it possible that what appears on the surface is not the same in the interior too? Read the review of The Family Upstairs and discover such discrepancies life throws sometimes at us.