Everything is fair in love and war. Is it? Well, in case of Kanishka Nurzada, it wasn’t. A 16-year-old Afghan, who intends to continue his father’s business, has secrets which can destroy his family in seconds. He is, what people of his community calls, a Kuni. An extremely derogatory term for gay people where they […]
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The Silent Patient has been one of my most anticipated reads of 2019 and it lived up to my expectations. Honestly, the revelation was so unpredictable I never saw it coming. This is probably my first time, when I finished the book in one sitting because I SIMPLY COULD NOT PUT IT DOWN! You know […]
Delhi Metro. The Red Line. 10:55 P.M. 6 passengers. 3 flashes. 1 dead body. The world of SHO Hanumant Shastri and ASI Azhar Ansari takes a turn when a high profile case lands in their jurisdiction. An MoD personnel drops dead where everything points the case to be open and shut. Shastri sniffs out some […]
Books with Bengali nostalgia always brings me back home. ‘A flutter in the colony’ was one such book, where I found myself back in my room, sipping tea with my friends on an ‘Adda’ session, munching on some ‘nimki’. The language, Sandeep Ray has used was volatile enough to include Bengali, Tamil, Chinese and, Malayan […]
A twisted political satire baked with a hint of dark humour and handful of philosophy. Call Me Al: The Hero’s Ha-ha Journey made for a lip smackingly delicious treat better savoured slowly. I took my sweet time with this 294 pages long thriller and it truly was a roller coaster ride! There are ten chapters […]
You Beneath Your Skin Book Review Damyanti Biswas’ debut novel, You Beneath Your Skin, takes you through the streets of a smoggy New Delhi and will send a shiver down your spine with every single turn it will take. It was a difficult read for me, because I can stomach crimes against women so much. […]