Rating: Readable

It is one thing to be born into a faith, but quite another thing to understand what your faith says and  to live by the tenets of your faith.  What better way to do this than by witnessing firsthand the episodes drawn from your holy book. Debutant author Shiny Babu […]

Enchanted Holidays – Shiny Babu

The Sire of Humellis – Aditya Prakash
The Sire of Humellis by Aditya Prakash takes us to the world of Adam, a young racing enthusiast, whose passion is mountain biking.   Adam is introduced to the world of racing at quite a young age by his father. His father, an enthusiast himself, is a maker of a […]

The Sire of Humellis – Aditya Prakash

Equilibrium - Paras Joshi 1
Equilibrium by Paras Joshi is the first of the Avaasya trilogy series, a fantasty story of a small-time robber getting caught in a tussle between Light and Dark forces that may upset the Equilibrium of the world. The story may be interpreted to be set in the future or in […]

Equilibrium – Paras Joshi

Petu Pumpkin Tiffin Thief - Arundhati Venkatesh
The Petu Pumpkin series by Arundhati Venkatesh has two books, in which figure Pushkin Ramadoss aka “Petu Pumpkin” and his friends Jatin, Kiran, Nitin and Sachin. 1. Petu Pumpkin Tooth Troubles The latest tale of Pushkin and his friends is centered around Pushkin’s tooth. Pushkin is a student of class […]

Petu Pumpkin – Arundhati Venkatesh

Lost in Pattaya - Kishore Modak 2
Palash Mitra, the protagonist of “Lost in Pattaya” by Kishore Modak, gives a first person narrative of his life after he lost his daughter. When holidaying with his wife, Fang Wei in Pattaya, he loses his pre-teen daughter, Li Ya, in the crowded streets. Loss turns to grief turns to […]

Lost in Pattaya – Kishore Modak

Redeployment - Phil Klay 5
Listen to voices. Twelve voices. Twelve stories by twelve voices. Narrated by twelve men. Twelve Americans. Twelve  men who have been there. Twelve men who have been out at the warfront. “Redeployment” by Phil Klay is a collection of first-person narratives by American men who have been at the war […]

Redeployment – Phil Klay