Ada's Realm by Sharon Dodua Otoo Book Review

Book Review: ‘Ada’s Realm’ by Sharon Dodua Otoo

Ada's Realm is a daring and vast work that combines history, humor, and human experiences in a seamless manner.
The Secret of More by Tejaswini Apte - Rahm Book Review

Book Review: ‘The Secret of More’ by Tejaswini Apte-Rahm

This is a beautifully written tale set in early to mid-twentieth-century Bombay, full of fascinating details about the textile industry...
Dead Poets Society by N.H. Kleinbaum Book Review

Book Review: ‘Dead Poets Society’ by N.H. Kleinbaum

"Dead Poets Society" is a novel by N.H. Kleinbaum, which was adapted into an Academy Award-winning film of the same name.
Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte Book Review

Book Review: ‘Wuthering Heights’ by Emily Bronte

The literary masterpiece "Wuthering Heights" authored by Emily Bronte, made its debut in 1847, and has been universally acclaimed as a classic work of English literature.
The Begum and the Dastan by Tarana Husain Khan book excerpt

An Excerpt from the book The Begum and the Dastan by Tarana Husain Khan

In the book, The Begum and the Dastan, Tarana Husain Khan maps the social, political and religious contours of 1897 Sherpur with the fascinating and strong-willed Feroza Begum at the centre of the storm.
The Kumbh Conspiracy by Shubira Prasad book review

Book Review: The Kumbh Conspiracy by Shubira Prasad

The Kumbh Conspiracy is an entertaining book, from the premise to the characters to the narration. There are intriguing moments that become treatises for readers who are always on the lookout for a distinctive writing style.