Book Review: Displaced Roots By Partha Pratim Paul

Book title: Displaced RootsAuthor: Partha Pratim PaulPages: 257Publisher: Evincepub PublishingBuy Now Another addition to partition literature, Displaced Roots is a moving and heart-touching tale of love, loss, and language set against the backdrop of the Bengal partition. The book deals sensitively and closely with the manner in which two families are separated and their ties […]

Book Review – The Dalliance with destiny by Aman Singh Maharaj

Dalliance of fate spans over a century and does so beautifully. It effectively captures the dire circumstance under which the forefather of the protagonist is forced to leave his homeland in search of a better life. In search of a life that would enable him to provide a square meal for his family, the journey […]

Book Review “The Exhilarated Soul ” By Hasnain Shawl

Genre: A poetry and short stories collection which has the potential to visualize an image relatable to one’s own likability and life experiences or the topics known and heard is found to be interesting and is very much open to exploration. Similarly, the book ” The Exhilarated Soul” by author Hasnain Shawl is a collection […]

Book Review Weave Some More by Benita Patnaik

Book Title: Weave Some MoreAuthor Name: Benita Patnaik Publisher: Notion PressReviewer: Akhila at CriticspaceRating: 4/5 The packaging of any work of literary writing with a series of events that involve the readers throughout the plot development is the key to a successful work. This becomes not only the attraction that keeps the readers engaged, but […]

When I Am with You Durjoy Datta

About The book – You can plan everything, but you can’t plan with whom and when you’ll fall in love, isn’t it?Aishwarya, at twenty-eight years, would rather be a single mother than trust the ‘normal’ family structure. In her new start-up, she wants to revolutionize childcare for young woman professionals-this is her ultimate goal. Plus, […]

Changing the romance formula with ‘The Boy with the Bookstore’ by Sarah Echavarre Smith

One of the best things about reading romance novels or watching romance movies is that you can almost always count on the presence of a trope.  Sarah Echavarre Smith’s upcoming novel, “The Boy with the Bookstore,” is unique in that it combines tropes in unusual, new ways and, by extension, tells a story that differs […]

Book Review – The Secret Trove: The Sequel to A Ride with The River Man by S Pavithra Ram

Book Title: The Secret Trove: The Sequel to A Ride with The River ManAuthor Name: S Pavithra RamPublisher: NotionpressRating: 4/5 The Secret Trove is an intriguing, lovable family drama that revolves around a close-knit Tamil Brahmin family living in Mumbai. This captivating story tells the tale of the trials and tribulations the family goes through. […]

Book Review Dare Me and other Stories Review by Benita Patnaik

If one ignores the unknown and the unseen, its existence can still not be denied. The experience of the unseen and supernatural forces has found expression in the writing of different authors and also common folk from both cities and villages. The genre of “Haunted stories” remains of popular interest, despite the changes of generations […]

Book Review The Taste of Midnight by Sanjeev Bansal

Book Title – The Taste of MidnightAuthor – Sanjeev BansalPublisher – Rumour Books India A plot that features elements of mystery, suspense, and thrill keeps the readers engaged and engrossed in the book reading throughout the plot development. If this excitement is sustained till a major point in the text, then it is likely that […]

Resolute, The Lost Fleet: Outlands by Jack Campbell

The New York Times-bestselling series continues as Admiral ‘Black Jack’ Geary commands the fleet deep into alien space and leads humanity to the galactic stage. The Lost Fleet: Outlands in an upcoming trilogy of novels being written by John G. Hemry under the pen-name Jack Campbell. The first book in the trilogy was released in June […]