Dark Circles by Udayan Mukherjee

Dark Circles traces the timeline of a family that is drastically torn apart because of one mistake of a mortal human that can hardly be called a tragedy but tragic it is, indeed, to witness how slowly one by one each of the family members are affected by the dark vines of melancholy. The book … Continue reading Dark Circles by Udayan Mukherjee


Eating Wasps by Anita Nair

A book like this is intended to reach most human beings. A book like this can cloud your heart with the darkness that is seeping through its pages and engulf you in a shroud. Anita Nair's brilliant piece of work, Eating Wasps is a book dedicated to finding the missing links in our lives that … Continue reading Eating Wasps by Anita Nair

Tides Don’t Cross by Simar Malhotra

Tides Don't Cross is a light and fun one-time read for readers who are looking for a reading break in between intense books or for ones who are starting to inculcate the practice of reading in themselves. On the surface the book is about three lives and how their paths cross despite them being so … Continue reading Tides Don’t Cross by Simar Malhotra

The Nine Chambered Heart by Janice Pariat

First and foremost, I LOOOOOOVED THIS BOOK !! Now that I have got that out of my system, let me tell you exactly why this book made me cry in joy. A girl, that we know nothing about is slowly revealed to us, as various aspects of her character unfolds like a little box of … Continue reading The Nine Chambered Heart by Janice Pariat

Genuine Fraud by E. Lockhart

I became a huge fan of E. Lockhart when I read her book We Were Liars two years back, so much so that I used to personally recommend it to anyone who was interested in a psychological thriller. And you can imagine how overjoyed I was when I received this copy of Genuine Fraud from … Continue reading Genuine Fraud by E. Lockhart

50 Cups of Coffee by Khushnuma Daruwala

As clich├ęd as the title might sound, the book is far from being cheesy. Khushnuma has penned a very unusual and real take on the current matrimonial dating trend among youngsters. When the millenials are running away from real relationships throughout their lives, and finally resort to the internet's dating options, the result is hilariously … Continue reading 50 Cups of Coffee by Khushnuma Daruwala

Copy Cat by Alex Lake

A book coming from the Sunday Times bestselling author who has carved for himself a niche for writing the best crime / psychological thrillers will definitely raise one's expectations. And guess what, I was not at all disappointed. Copy Cat turned out to be a remarkable weekend read for me. Thanks to the author as … Continue reading Copy Cat by Alex Lake

Victoria and Abdul by Shrabani Basu

For Non-fiction November, the first non-fic I picked up was Victoria & Abdul. Bloomsbury India had organised a special screening for Bloggers in a few metropolitan cities and I was honoured to be invited to the event. However, due to various personal reasons I couldn't make it. I am so glad I got to read … Continue reading Victoria and Abdul by Shrabani Basu

White Noise by Shruti Upadhaya

You know when someone blindfolds you and and puts this yum-smelling dish in front of you and you need to taste it and keep guessing the elements and the name of the dish. Well, White Noise was such a read for me. I dived into this book blindfolded because nothing on the cover (title, blurb, … Continue reading White Noise by Shruti Upadhaya

Murder in Paharganj by Kulpreet Yadav

Murder mystery is a universally loved genre and equally hard to write because there are multiple elements that could go wrong with it. Especially because mystery lovers are ruthless if a crime fiction disappoints. Kulpreet Yadav's latest was almost on the verge of disappointment. The book has a promising start wherein a foreign national is … Continue reading Murder in Paharganj by Kulpreet Yadav