Just Me, The Sink and The Pot by Sudesna Ghosh #BookReview

 Hola people, I am back with yet another book review. The book in question today is Just Me, The Sink and The Pot by Sudesna Ghosh. This book is a memoir of sorts, written from the point of view of a teenage girl who is overweight. Set in Kolkata, the book depicts the school life as remembered by the protagonist. What I liked The writing quality is very good. Unlike a lot of self published debut novels I have read, this one does not have typing or grammatical errors. From a readers perspective, it does not matter if a book is

Half Pants Full Pants: #BookReview and #Giveaway

Hi guys, today I am going to talk about a book that has been compared to RK Laxman’s Malgudi Days. This book is the first one published by Paper Boat and fits right in with their brand theme of childhood nostalgia. Half Pants Full Pants is also Anand Suspi’s debut book and I am eagerly waiting for his next. In fact, when I told him so he proved that he is one of the most humble guys on twitter. Check this conversation out: Thanks for so much encouragement and enthusiasm. Feels humbling. — ANAND SUSPI (@SuspiAnand) May 1, 2017 Half Pants Full

Ibis Trilogy by Amitav Ghosh #BookReview

Ibis Trilogy is a work of historical fiction by author Amitav Ghosh comprising of Sea of Poppies, River of Smoke and Flood of Fire. The first came out in 2008 and the last, in 2015. I had read Sea of Poppies in 2011, before River of smoke was released and I remember being amazed at the richness of the account. Since then I have read River if Smoke and just finished Flood of Fire and here are my thoughts about the triogy.

Neha – Yet Another Love Story by Vikram M N #BookReview

– Guest Author Naren A debutant author, Vikram M N says he had been fiddling with the idea of writing a novel for quite some time before he finally wrote “Neha – yet another love story”. The book was written over a two year period. Plot of Neha – Yet another love story Viram M N has written short stories earlier and this 115-page novel is really like a longish short story about a one sided (?) love of the author for Neha, and is written in first person. The story is an assortment of day to day incidents that

A Walk in The Rain #BookReview

A walk in the rain… isn’t the title of the book itself reminiscent of old world romance? In the world of Slam Bam Thank You M’am kind of flings, the promise of a walk in the rain sounds so very romantic. That was not the sole reason I picked this book by Udai Yadla. The blurb from Goodreads will tell you why! Plot of A Walk in The Rain Love is elixir that keeps you alive. Love is poison that kills you. Unreciprocated love keeps you alive but kills every day. Heartbroken Sunny lives a reclusive life, trapped in the past,