First the colours. Then the humans. That's usually how I see things. Or at least, how I try. * HERE IS A SMALL FACT * You are going to die. When... Continue Reading →
I rarely read mythological books from Indian authors. And hence I was really sceptical about reading Harappa: curse of the blood river. But the book really surpassed my expectations. Characters The protagonist in the part of the story set in... Continue Reading →
Called 'India's John Grisham', the best selling author of crime fiction, Vish Dhamija brings to the readers his sixth work in the same genre-Unlawful Justice. Characters There are a handful of prominent characters in this book, who have been portrayed... Continue Reading →
How to tell a shattered story? By slowly becoming everybody. No. By slowly becoming everything. After a long wait of twenty years, Arundhati Roy's new release has met all the expectations that were bestowed upon it. Her exceptional story telling... Continue Reading →
Its a dark, dark world that we live in. I can only imagine where India will be, years from now.