Book Review: Cut by Sreemoyee Piu Kundu; Bloomsbury Publishing

“I am a director of plays, your honour, a writer and a performing artist. I have no religion except my conscience. My atma is infinite. It belongs everywhere.” Amitabh Kulashetra, a renowned theatre director utters those words when he is put on the stand to defend his petition against a Rashtriya Dal leader who is…

The Mogul by Vish Dhamija from Harper Collins India Publishers

Hey there! Today up for review is The Mogul by Vish Dhamija from Harper Collins India. A courtroom based drama that Vish Dhamija is known for, it promises to deliver to justify the tag of Indian Jefferey Archer given to him. When Prem Bedi, India’s third richest businessman finds out that his ex-wife, Rhea and…

Table for One by Neha Bindal from Half Baked Beans Publishing

Hey there! Today up for review is a book that still is making rounds of the Amazon Bestseller List, almost 2 months after it’s release: Table for One by Neha Bindal. When Taara Maheshwari is given the ultimatum of getting married, she instead decides to take a trip to Europe before life finally calls her…

Pralay : The Great Deluge by Vineet Bajpai; Courtesy : Readers Cosmos

Hello again! Up next for review is Pralay : The Great Deluge by Vineet Bajpai, the second instalment of the Harappa Series. It carries on the storyline from the previous book as the secret and mystery of Harappa continues to extend into another round of intrigue. If you haven’t read the first book, this is…