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Book Review: ‘The Girl in Room 105’ by Chetan Bhagat
Overall, "The Girl in Room 105" is an entertaining and suspenseful read that will appeal to fans of thrillers and crime fiction.
Book Review: ‘Not Quite A Disaster After All’ by Buku Sarkar
Buku Sarkar's debut novel, “Not Quite a Disaster After All,” is a resounding success, showcasing the author's skill in crafting poignant and vivid prose, infused with wry humor, while also offering a nuanced exploration of the challenges faced by women.
Book Excerpt: ‘Unframed: Speculating Image Practices in South Asia’ by Rahaab...
Unframed scrutinizes the complex, intersectional dimensions of lens-based practices in “South Asia” – today a divided entity with major new borders violently gouged into the decolonized landmass
Book Review: ‘The Alchemist’ by Paulo Coelho
Overall, "The Alchemist" is a beautifully written, deeply inspiring book that has the power to transform the way you see the world and your place in it.
Book Review: ‘The Museum of the World’ by Christopher Kloeble
The Museum of the World is captivating, gorgeous, and complicated. The story, told from the perspective of an orphaned adolescent, exposes the craziness and folly of Europe's imperial endeavor in India.
Book Review: ‘Unframed: Discovering Image Practices in South Asia’ by Rahaab...
Overall, "Unframed: Discovering Image Practices in South Asia" examines emerging themes, testimonies, and socio-cultural changes in South Asian visual societies through important texts.