Caravan – Book Review by Asha Seth

Review Available on: Instagram | Goodreads| Amazon Author: Adam De Collibus| Genre: Travel Fiction | Pages: 256 The Plot: When William Abney (a war journalist) accepts a job offer with London Dove, local newspaper, little does he know that his life is going to change forever. Traversing through the unknown desert stretches of the middle east to finish his project…

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Your Destination has Arrived – Book Review by Asha Seth

Review Available on: Instagram | Goodreads | Amazon Author: Barry Cheema| Genre: Philosophy | Pages: 378 The Plot: Bruno, a K9 (police dog), gets a human life as a reward for his phenomenal act of bravery. He can stay in this human body forever, provided he fulfils a condition in the given time. But while…

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Life in the Sunshine: Book Review by Asha Seth

Review Available on: Instagram | Goodreads | Amazon Author: T. Sathish| Genre: Sports, Non-fiction | Pages: 228 The Plot: Three friends, Sameer, Sathish, and Trib, share a common love – Cricket, amongst other things. But an incident in International Cricket has rocked their happy boat. So what next? They dream to play for the Indian National Cricket Team. Will they succeed…

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Seasons: Book Review by Asha Seth

Author: Priyam Acharya| Genre: Poetry | Pages: 178 The Blurb: Seasons is an eclectic blend of works that would engage the seeker, the thinker, the die-hard romantic, the wanderer, the dreamer, the optimist, the skeptic, the artist, the closet philosopher and of course the poetry lover – there’s something for each of these! With inspiration derived from people,…

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Voice of the Soul: Book Review by Asha Seth

Review Available on: Instagram | Goodreads | Amazon Author: Shreyans Kanswa| Genre: Poetry | Pages: 120 The poems are experiences that the poet shares with the world and these experiences are nothing fancy- they are all moments that the poet experiences with himself. They are questions born out of inquisitiveness and self-introspection. Reading ‘Voice of the…

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Sweet Neem: Book Review by Asha Seth

Review Available on: Instagram | Goodreads | Amazon Author: Mohini Durgampudi| Genre: Fiction | Pages: 326 The Plot: Sri and Mia, come back from America to take on the family business of running a hotel in downtown Hyderabad. Three generations of a family thus get-together to relaunch brand Annapurna and work towards its sustainability in the…

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Survival Sandstorm: Book Review by Asha Seth

Review Available on: Instagram | Goodreads | Amazon Author: Mehul Jangir| Genre: Historical Fiction | Pages: 175 The Plot: A Soviet Air Force Pilot, Ivsker Vodkech, has a job up his sleeve to deliver German hostages into allied hands at a British Unit in Ghana, South Africa. But they meet a catastrophic sandstorm and what follows…

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Love Trumps All: Book Review by Asha Seth

Author: Sudarshan Mahabal| Genre: Fiction | Pages: 374 The Blurb: Anant Joshi, a dreamer who chases the American dream during Y2K rush and leapfrogs from a small Indian town to start-up innovative Silicon Valley venture.

 Chris O’Brian, an energetic and creative high-tech sales leader from New York who is driven by his passion for life,…

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Dead to Them: Book Review by Asha Seth

Author: Smita Bhattacharya| Genre: Suspense Thriller | Pages: 272 The Blurb: Moira Madhwa is the typical young, beautiful and successful urban woman until the day she goes missing. Her friends start looking for her, but quickly realize nothing is as it seems. Moira had kept devastating secrets—secrets that could wreck their lives if revealed. As…

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Jason Cage (Book#1): Book Review by Asha Seth

When I was done reading ‘Dr. Zhivago’, I was tad bored. I was in search of something exciting, something more than mere reading. Just then I received my review copy of ‘Jason Cage’; the one book I was so looking forward to. And let me tell you this, it did satisfy my soul’s hunger for…

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The Lyon’s Orphanage: Book Review by Asha Seth

Steve is a dear friend who reads and reviews books over at ‘Book to the Future’. I’ve grown quite fond of his book reviews and follow his recommendations, quite religiously. One day while chatting, he sent me a photo of the review copy of ‘The Lyon’s Orphanage’ that he had just received then. During the…

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