The Last Strand

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B085LV4CFC “The Last Strand” is the first of the sequel of two fiction novels. Comprising of around 108,000 words, it weaves a mystical story about the life journey of a boy and his best friend Javed. Book's firat teaser can be seen here: https://youtu.be/1dw7qo1eS9w Synopsis: This is an intriguing tale of two friends Shankar and…Read more The Last Strand

Scion Of Ikshvaku by Amish Tripathi

Ramayana is a revered scripture of the Hindus worldwide. Various versions exist, depending on who wrote it and when. Tulsidasji’s Ramcharitramanas is also different from Valmiki Ramayana. Modern authors have given their own twist to this great story of Lord Ram and Lady Sita. Amish’s book “Scion Of kshvaku” is based on this great hindu…Read more Scion Of Ikshvaku by Amish Tripathi

!!!Mumma put the phone down!!!

Mumma put the phone down,I will never be two again.Mumma keep that laptop away,I would rather you look at me.Mumma keep that book away,You will love my antics more.Mumma come sit with me,I will make sure you get some rest.Mumma come and play with me,You'll be a child again.Mumma take some time out,I will make…Read more !!!Mumma put the phone down!!!

The Kite Runner

“The Kite Runner” is a marvellous tale of loyalty, courage, betrayal and redemption, which will often bring lump to your throat. The author of the novel, Khaled Hosseini, was born in Kabul, Afghanistan and his family received political asylum in the USA in 1980. Physician by profession in California, “The Kite Runner” is his first…Read more The Kite Runner

Warcross: Book Review

Book Blurb: For the millions who log in every day, Warcross isn’t just a game—it’s a way of life. The obsession started ten years ago and its fan base now spans the globe, some eager to escape from reality and others hoping to make a profit. Struggling to make ends meet, teenage hacker Emika Chen…Read more Warcross: Book Review

Let Bhutto Eat Grass: Book Review

Yayyyy....My first spy thriller!!! Book Blurb: A Pakistani spy may be stealing nuclear weapons technology from Europe. Captain Sablok was a sapper in the Indian Army until he was injured during a covert mission in 1971. Desk-bound and working as an intelligence analyst for R&AW, after two years of filing meaningless reports he may just…Read more Let Bhutto Eat Grass: Book Review