Book Review – Closed Book by Efa Fakira

Intense, suspenseful, and fiercely gripping, the narrative opens in 2018 with a blonde woman’s dead body that has fallen off the building named Blue Heights in Goa. The watchman immediately reports to the police as the mystery intensifies. The watchman’s body is found in the apartment on the 8th floor that has been locked since […]

The Great Indian Novel by Shashi Tharoor

The Top 5 Editing Services In 2021 Indians are proud of two things: the great epics, Mahabharata and Ramayana and the freedom movement. And Shashi Tharoor has done a brilliant job by mixing these two together in his one-of-a-kind novel, The Great Indian Novel. Along with this, he references various other famous works on India such […]

Book Review – What Is Human Factor: The Key To A Joyful Life by Dr. Vipin Gupta

What Is Human Factor by Dr. Vipin Gupta is an enticing though elaborate read. The title of the book puts up a question only to answer it in the subtitle which states: The Key To A Joyful Life. This is the key to the locks that open up a whole new world beyond the regular […]

Balan & Dheera: A Tale of Kaliyuga, by Mayank Mahajan

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I’ll Take Your Questions Now – What I Saw at the Trump White House

BY STEPHANIE GRISHAM ‧ RELEASE DATE: OCT. 5, 2021 “Part giddy travelogue, part belated apologia, part petty payback, all personal-therapy session.” —The New York Times I’ll Take Your Questions Now: What I Saw at the Trump White House is a nonfiction tell-all book written by former White House Press Secretary for the Trump Administration, Stephanie Grisham. It will be published in October 2021 by HarperCollins. Stephanie Grisham, the […]

Song of Draupadi by Ira Mukhoty. She is one of the most lauded authors of India

This is the 21st Generation, and we have Gen X and the next generation citizens reigning the world. But what remains unchanged is the ever debatable books or epics like Ramayana and Mahabharatha. Also, it is to be observed that the women characters of these epics that were once confined to only the tales and the […]

Book Review The Asht Yogis by Ravi Ranjan Goswami

About the Book: The story of ‘Asht Yogi’, is a fiction and fantasy story based on Yoga and Tantra. Guru Vishnudev is a perfect yogi. Whatever he does, it is good for the nation and humanity. He plans to create an army of eight accomplished Youth Yogis, who will help people when a disaster strikes […]

Postcard From The Mountains: A Collection of Poetry & Prose written by sharayu bafna

Poetry is the play of right words with some of the most indescribable emotions, while poets are those players who plays with beautiful words and makes way to compose these heart-touching and soulful poems for us! Reviewing this beautiful Poetry-Collection book, “Postcard From The Mountains: A Collection of Poetry and Prose” by Author-Poet Sharayu Bafna […]

Becoming by Michelle Obama review – race, marriage and the ugly side of politics

Top Book Editors in India https://criticspace.com/top-editing-services-in-india/ Editing and proofreading are essential parts of the writing process. They help with the effectiveness of your writing style and the clarity of your ideas. … Editing requires you reread your draft to check for more significant issues, including organization, paragraph structure, and content. About The Author: Michelle Lavaughn Robinson […]

A Man Called Ove: The life-affirming bestseller that will brighten your day by Fredrik Backman, Book Review, Criticspace Journals

Call it a reality check or whatever, the present book market is certainly flooded with crime dramas, psychological thrillers, and murder mysteries. These days, every alternate writer is adamant to pen down a gut-wrenching, spine-tingling, never-thought-before crime. Probably because thrillers have become the fastest route to have a screen adaptation. Believe me when I say […]