Book Review – Inner Alchemy (Tales from the Awareness Journey Series Book 1) by Selvan Srinivasan 

Book Title – Inner Alchemy  Author Name –  Selvan Srinivasan Number of Pages – 264 Well, it is indeed noteworthy that this title, “Inner Alchemy” by Author Selvan Srinivasan is penned down as an inspirational tale. The book portrays a truly captivating story, which revolves around the primary character, Ayushi. Without a shred of doubt, […]

Book Review: “Dancers in the Dark: In the darkness of her skin, she found light” by Ejaz Ahamed

About the Author: Born in India, Ejaz Ahamed lived in the UAE until early adulthood before moving to Australia. His passion for exploring social injustices and racial inequalities influenced his writings. In the past, he wrote poems about life, the world and its complexities. This is his debut novel. After studying at The University of […]

Unveiling ‘Mesmerizing Melodies’ – A Masterpiece by Suvalagna Chandra

Book Name: Mesmerizing Melodies Author Name: Suvalagna Chandra Link: https://www.amazon.in/Mesmerizing-melodies-Suvalagna-Chandra/dp/B0BPCNVSF9 About the book –  Mesmerizing Melodies is a breathtaking debut book by Suvalagna Chandra, featuring 50 captivating poems accompanied by stunning illustrations. Suvalagna’s passion for writing is evident throughout the book, as she expertly weaves together words to evoke deep emotions in her readers. The […]

Book Review – “Ponder Awhile, Message From The Light” By Mohit K. Misra

Book: Ponder Awhile – Message From The Light Author: Mohit K. Misra Publisher: Notion Press (2021) Total Pages: 98 Amazon link: https://www.amazon.in/dp/B08Z85RT51 Contributing to the literary genre called poetry, this amazing title “Ponder Awhile – Message From The Light”authored by poet Mohit K. Misra is undoubtedly a reflection of the author’s self as happy or […]

Book Review: “The Struggles of Living with 1.4 Billion People” by Dhruv H. Singh

“The Struggles of Living with 1.4 Billion People” by Dhruv H. Singh offers a unique and informative perspective on the challenges faced by the people of India due to its massive population. Through captivating stories and a thorough examination of the underlying causes, author sheds light on the struggles experienced by individuals, families, and communities […]

Book Review: Many Visions, Many Worlds by Shweta Mahendra

In her book Many Visions, Many Worlds, Shweta Mahendra explores the interconnectedness of the past, present, and future of human civilization. She argues that there are deep connections between mythological descriptions, ancient folktales, and futuristic technologies. Mahendra draws on her own expertise in technology, history, archaeology, and ancient scripts to create a thought-provoking and engaging […]

Book Review – ‘A Resurgent Northeast: Narratives of Change’ by an Indian Administrative Service Officer Ashish Kundra

Title: A Resurgent Northeast: Narratives of ChangeAuthor: Ashish KundraPages: 236Publisher: HarperCollins IndiaBuy now: Ashish Kundra, an IAS official, spent eight years working in the Northeast, which gave him the idea for his most recent book, “A Resurgent Northeast: Narratives of Change.” In this book, he talks about the people of the Northeast who are emerging from the shadows […]

Renowned Journalist / Author Vaidehi Taman Delivers Another Bestseller as “Vedanti- Ek Aghori Prem Katha”

Love in true sense does not have any definition or boundaries that would define a person’s feeling. Vaidehi Taman’s “Vedanti- Ek Aghori Prem Katha” is a gripping tale of unconventional love that is as much about emotions as it is about ego. Through the tale, the author explores love that is based on a solidified […]

The Best Books Recommended by Barack Obama – Criticspace

Barack Obama, the first African-American President of the United States was born on August 4th, 1961. He is one of the most loved leaders in the world. He is loved by his people for his humble nature he is one of the finest leaders with his remarkable leadership skills. A good leader loves and respects […]

Victory City – The new novel from the Booker prize-winning & bestselling author Salman Rushdie

Salman Rushdie’s new novel, Victory City, is a return in more senses than one. To state the obvious, it is a symbolic resurrection of his literary genius in the public domain after the grievous attack on him in New York last year. In another sense, the novel signals Rushdie’s homecoming to his signature style: that audacious […]