Arjun Singh Rathore treats all of us with a stupendous book of his 'Agent A', which takes us on a roller coaster ride in the world of Arjun, a school boy, and his secret mission with CBI. A well-drawn world of robots, spaceships, and that James Bond like feel...what more could be asked from such a young author from DPS. Enjoy it and pass a word of mouth for him.
Porus: In the Shadows of Betrayals by Roopesh Tiwari | Book Review
Roopesh Tiwari’s Porus is one of the finest pieces of historical fiction I have come across in recent times. The story weaves a compelling story of Porus, Alexander the Great, and some Persian king.
People & Places: Walk My Journey by Husna Kassim | Book Review
People & Places: Walk My Journey is an anthology of 22 pieces, mostly on travel, by the Malaysian author Husna Kassim. Some are travel memoirs of self or someone else, some are write-ups about travel in the philosophical sense, and some are memoirs about life at particular places.
One Summer in Poleru by Nanda Rajanala | Book Review
An immaculately written novel, soaked in the beauty of South India. Poleru is just a village in the plot line but it is culturally packed, something else. It could remind you the days of Malgudi or R.K. Narayan's other novels. The conflict of intentions build the narration of the novel. Renu, the school girl, is looking forward to save her village by launching a protest. It progresses step by step, so the story unfolds with its intriguing characters and intentions.
Mirror Soul: Flames of Fate by Kritika G. Soin | Book Review
Mirror Soul: Flames of Fate by Kritika G. Soin is a hardcore love story where the girl is stubborn but the boy is bad only thinks about love than acting upon any materialistic plan.