‘Tea for Two’ is indeed that brand of Chai that you wouldn’t want to miss!
The author has made a lovely debut with this book.
Beetashok Chatterjee’s The People Tree is a riveting read. This book is an anthology of fourteen stories revolving around people from different backgrounds and dealing with different situations. The author covers a wide spectrum of emotions, be it friendship, love, loss, survival, lust, deception, and greed.
This is such a delightful read; the kind of book that leaves a smile on your face reminding you of why you want to read or write in the first place. Children will love it, and so will adults.
I strongly recommend Rewriting My Happily Ever After. This book is not only for people who are dealing with divorce or separation and are looking for some connection or guidance, but for everyone, because “Adversity can be a great unifier, a stimulus that helps people bind together with a secret glue.”
Smita Das Jain’s ‘A Slice of Life’ is an anthology of stories on relationships, love, loss, and everything in between. It is a potpourri of narratives that chronicle human behaviour and is set against a contemporary background. Some stories will make you chuckle at the quirks of some people, while others will make you feel emotional, rendering a lump in your throat.
Sudha Ramnath is a wonderful writer whose rich travel experiences shine through each story. Her stories take you to Ooty, Coimbatore, Lonavla, and even Africa. The language is simple, and the narrative fast paced. This book is only about 127 pages, making it a quick and entertaining read.
Aashisha’s Chakraborty’s Mis(s)adventures of a Salesgirl is a fun, quirky, immensely enjoyable, and unputdownable read. I finished reading the book in one go. It took me back to my B-school days and brought back memories of internships, accommodations, and adjusting to a new city.
Ms Basak’s maiden published anthology offers everything that would satiate the soul of a poetry aficionado. From technical purity to a pleasurable reading experience, Eclectic Emotions ticks all the right boxes. I highly recommend this delightful melange of words and verses to all discerning lovers of poetry.
Preetha’s immersive writing makes this novel deeply atmospheric, and it feels vivid and meaningful. Acceptance, bravery, friendship, forgiveness, and bullying are a few of the themes the author has explored.
This book is like sipping warm velvety cocoa on a cold rainy day. It’s soothing, comforting, and leaves you all warm and fuzzy. Simple, elegant, impactful-these are some of the adjectives I would use to describe this work. Perfect for a group poetry session or a read-aloud engagement.
A must-read as a thriller, a documentary, or a true-crime book. A well-written work that is unbiased and states facts analytically. Bravo to the father-son duo for penning this, and eagerly looking forward to this dynamic duo’s next book!
Vani Kaushal’s Seconds Later is a riveting read. It’s fast-paced and unputdownable and makes you want to finish the book in one go. It is an intense romantic thriller with many intriguing twists; at its heart, is a deep dive into human behaviour and the complexity of modern relationships.
The author weaves magic through his writing, exploring the myriad hues of relationships, and touching their different nuances and facets. The narration is unputdownable and prompts the reader to contemplate. The vocabulary is top-notch, as are the vivid descriptions. I felt that stories based on true incidents, like war or terrorism, were the more compelling stories.
The Counterfeiter: Abdul Karim Telgi & The Stamp Scam is definitely an eye-opener of a book especially when it does something in reverse – puts in words what we all of us watched on the television.
This is a book that is brimming over with emotions – both expressed and implied. This is a book that will leave you a little sad with the reality of Aruna’s situation. But, this is also a book that will make you believe in the proverbial silver lining, with its ending.
Through her stories, the author showed us ‘A Slice of Life’ from the lives of many humans; like you and me. I surely recommend the book to all the book lovers out there. Go grab the book, read and share your thoughts to encourage and appreciate the author.
The author made sure that there’s a story for everyone. He set good examples of story writing techniques- fresh plots, fine execution, grip over the narration, characterization, lucid language, revealing the twists on time, and keeping the readers engaged till the last line. The book is unputdownable till you are done with all the stories.
This is a good book for the young readers and adults equally. The language was simple and easy to read and this aspect will help every reader to connect easily. The show-don’t-aspect, vivid descriptions and the author’s storytelling style from an almost-nine-year olds perspective is praiseworthy.