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Book Review: ‘The Thief’s Funeral’ by Sucharita Sengupta, Chandra Chari, and...

"The Thief's Funeral" is a powerful testament to the boundless ingenuity and imagination of developing literary talents.

Book Review: ‘The Greatest Malayalam Stories Ever Told’ by A. J....

“The Greatest Malayalam Stories Ever Told” thus stands as a testament to the enduring and evolving nature of Malayali narratives down the ages.

Book Review: ‘The Night Has A Thousand Eyes’ by Ruskin Bond

"The Night Has A Thousand Eyes" solidifies Ruskin Bond's position as India's most cherished storyteller, enchanting readers with tales that transcend generations and linger in the heart's embrace.

Book Review: ‘Tales of Horror’ by Nikesh Murali

"Tales of Horror" challenges characters to confront their inner demons and grapple with existential and philosophical questions, making it a must-read for those seeking a nuanced and impactful horror experience.

Book Review: ‘Humsafar: The World of Urdu Poetry’ by Hitesh Gupta...

In conclusion, "Humsafar: The World of Urdu Poetry" is a valuable addition to the literary landscape, offering a gateway for readers to discover the beauty, passion, and cultural richness of Urdu poetry.

Book Review: ‘Stolen Hours and Other Curiosities’ by Manjula Padmanabhan

"Stolen Hours and Other Curiosities" is a powerful literary work that will seize your attention until the very last page, leaving an indelible mark on how you perceive the world.