Brotherless Night by V.V. Ganeshananthan Book Review

Book Review: ‘Brotherless Night’ by V.V. Ganeshananthan

"Brotherless Night" is a poignant reminder of the indomitable strength that can arise from the darkest nights. It explores the brutality of war and its impact on individuals.
Sido Kanhu by Tuhin A. Sinha and Clark Prasad Book Review

Book Review: ‘Sido Kanhu’ by Tuhin A. Sinha and Clark Prasad

"Sido Kanhu: The Santhal Hul, Bharat's First War of Independence" is essential reading for those captivated by India's history and its battle for emancipation.
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.
Silk and Steel A Novel by Stephen Alter Book Review Storizen Magazine

Book Review: ‘Silk and Steel’ by Stephen Alter

Stephen Alter's "Silk and Steel" explores the forces that determine destiny and the decisions that define individuals in India.
The Swaraj Spy by Vijay Balan Book Review

Book Review: ‘The Swaraj Spy’ by Vijay Balan

Finally, in "The Swaraj Spy," Vijay Balan delivers a compelling historical fiction story that immerses readers in a pivotal period of India's history and offers a profound exploration of courage, personal transformation, and family bonds.
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.