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Glitter and Gloss : Book review

Glitter and Gloss, published by Bloomsbury, is author Vibha Batra‘s fourth full fledged novel after her Rinki series featuring 3 books : Sweet Sixteen (Yeah Right!), Seventeen and done (You Bet!), and Eighteen and Wiser (Not Quite!) and a couple of novellas published … Continue reading

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The Devil’s Prayer : Novel Review

Luke Gracias, the author of The Devil’s Prayer is a film-maker and a photographer who also works as a consultant in Australia. The story is set in Europe and Australia. In the prologue of The Devil’s Prayer, we are told about … Continue reading

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The Activist and The Capitalist : Novella Review

Based in Chennai and penned by Vibha Batra, The Activist And The Capitalist is the story of two passionate people pitted against each other because of their contrary passions and how they fall in love with each other, thus inviting troubles … Continue reading

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HiFi in Bollywood : Novel Review

Rishi Vohra made a brilliant debut with Once Upon the Tracks Of Mumbai, story of an autistic guy finding himself and helping others in the mad world of Mumbai. HiFi in Bollywood, yet again based in Mumbai, is a story surrounding Bollywood … Continue reading

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She Loves Me, He Loves Me Not : Novella Review

What happens when you finally achieve something (or someone) that you’ve cherished, coveted, openly desired and prayed for all your life? What do you do when you’re still not happy after getting that very person? Zoella, a 20-something girl, was … Continue reading

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In A Feeling Named Love : Novel Review

D.Sathwik is yet another Indian author who is bitten by that urge to write a love story based on his own life. In A Feeling Named Love is the result of the same urge. Thankfully, he is not yet another … Continue reading

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28 Years A Bachelor : Novel Review

28 Years A Bachelor, penned by Rasana Atreya, is a simple and a slightly funny tale set around a small village called Lingampally in Andhra Pradesh. Although the cover indicates that it might be the story of a 28 year old woman … Continue reading

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The Archers Revenge : Novel Review

The Archers Revenge is a self-published novel by Rajesh Kollu, a professional blogger from Chennai, who blogs at Destination Infinity. Guru, a powerful and cunning minister, gets 3 people killed from Renewable Energy Department when he is not assigned the portfolio. The … Continue reading

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A Second Spring : Novel Review

A Second Spring…brings new hope is the debut work of Sandhya Jane, who has been associated with the corporate world for about two decades, working for leading investment banks across continents. Avantika, lovingly called Avi, is a single mom and a workaholic who’s … Continue reading

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Against All Odds : Novella Review

Against All Odds is another wonderful romance novella, which is penned by JazzSingh and published by Indireads. Sanjana, a small-town girl from Kasauli, has just passed and is on her first interior designing project in Delhi. She doesn’t have much experience but is determined, … Continue reading

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