Eye On You is an exciting and quick whodunit that doesn’t shy away from throwing punches at various levels of the society.
At its core, China Room is an examination of what it means to belong, and how we keep searching for the feeling of belonging and being at home.
The Misters Kuru is a breezy read, with plenty of social commentary and an endearing romance story at its heart.
Moustache is the story of a time and a place that was once here but doesn’t exist anymore. And paradoxically, it’s about the way things remain the same even after a hundred years.
Yesterday’s Ghosts is a decent attempt at a furiously-paced military thriller.
Gangster On The Run is an uplifting portrayal of one man’s fall and redemption.
My thoughts on the new version of the Blogchatter Ebook Library.
Gunning For The Godman is a crisp, satisfying true-crime page-turner.
Synopsis: Kintsugi, named after the ancient Japanese art of mending broken objects with gold, is a novel about young women … More
A review of Sitharaam Jayakumar’s story collection.