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Review: Sweet Tooth

Ian McEwan, is a well-renowned name in the industry and needs little introduction. His Enduring Love and Atonement were made into films and the latter even won the highly prestigious Oscar. He has won the Jerusalem Prize and the Man Booker Prize. Sweet Tooth...
  • Author: Ritika Singh
  • October 18, 2012

Review: Asura: Tales of the Vanquished

By Anand Neelakantan. Grade: A+ “I didn’t know then, but I had been born to fulfill someone else’s destiny. To allow someone else to become God.”                                                                          (Ravana, Asura: 15) We know Ravana as a tall figure burnt every year with fireworks adorning the sky. It...
  • Author: Ritika Singh
  • July 22, 2012

Review: The Lost Light

By Michael Connelly. Harry Bosch #9. Grade: B Michael Connelly writes about crime fiction and detective mysteries and has innumerable fans across the globe, including Bill Clinton! The Lost Light takes that same theme and was slated as one of the Best Books of 2003...
  • Author: Ritika Singh
  • July 9, 2012

Review: The Devil Colony

By James Rollins. #7 in The Sigma Series. Grade: A New York named James Rollins’ Sigma Series as the “top crowd pleasers” and People Magazine called it the “hottest summer reads”. The author is also New York Times’ bestselling author of international thrillers that have...
  • Author: Ritika Singh
  • June 26, 2012

Review and Giveaway: Jaal

By Sangeeta Bahadur. Book I of the Kaal Trilogy; Grade: B Sangeeta Bahadur is an Indian Foreign Service officer and is posted in London. She was born in Calcutta in a family of civil servants and was educated in various schools all over India. She completed her post-graduation...
  • Author: Ritika Singh
  • June 19, 2012

Review: Dream New Dreams

By Jai Pausch. Grade: A+ Randy Pausch, wrote The Last Lecture when he was fully aware of his approaching death. He was a professor at Carnegie Mellon University and in September’06 he was told he had pancreatic cancer. Working behind him as his support, for virtually...
  • Author: Ritika Singh
  • June 11, 2012

Review: The Door is Half Open

By Susheel Kumar Sharma. Grade: A The collecting of 52 poems by Susheel Kumar Sharma gives an insight into the personal, the public and the social and altogether offers a myriad of experiences to the reader.  Some poems touch you; some make you smile while...
  • Author: Ritika Singh
  • May 29, 2012

Review: Sunlight on a Broken Column

By Attia Hosain. Grade: A+ “I think Destiny’s purpose is merely to shock us at moments into a state of awareness; those moments are milestones in between which we have to find our own way.”  Sunlight on a Broken Column is a window to the India...
  • Author: Ritika Singh
  • April 15, 2012

Review: Self Power

By Deepak Chopra. Grade: B+ “To acquire true self power you have to feel beneath no one, be immune to criticism and be fearless.” Deepak Chopra as The Guardian puts it is “The rock star of new spirituality”. He has been the spiritual guru of famous...
  • Author: Ritika Singh
  • April 8, 2012

Review: Journey of a Lifetime

By Prateek Sharma. Grade: A Prateek Sharma is an M.B.B.S undergraduate who has a passion for writing which resulted in the inception of his first book titled “Journey of a Lifetime: Moments That Change Life Forever.” The author also has a self-confessed maniacal inclination towards...
  • Author: Ritika Singh
  • March 13, 2012


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