One is always in love with something or the other.
15 Sep 2018
You could call this a delightful long short story or a fast-paced novella.
25 Aug 2018
Nadia Akbar’s Goodbye Freddie Mercury is a moveable feast of words, where the reader arrives in Lahore to find it on fire—it usually is.
17 Aug 2018
It involves an 18-month-long surveillance operation that takes within its orbit Afghanistan, Dubai and New Delhi.
04 Aug 2018
Juxtaposing love and betrayal, dogma versus superstition; sexuality with unrequited desires, all the characters spring from the emerging new India in Shuma Raha’s 13 short stories.
14 Jul 2018
Can the protagonists overcome an ancient power set on wreaking vengeance? Or will the universe succumb?
12 May 2018
Five childhood friends take the reader into a charmed world, where the undergrowth drips with nostalgia.
28 Apr 2018
The Mahabharata is the ultimate book of rules for the conduct of mankind, and continues to inspire writers
14 Apr 2018
Jay, a loveable fool and a petty dope dealer teaches us while on the move, giving the reader a ready-reckoner into the lives of the stereotyped.
07 Apr 2018
Schoolchildren on the run travel in search of a hidden valley, high in the snow-covered mountains.
24 Feb 2018
A simplistic mingling of mystical symbolism which cannot move to the next level, as the author seems happy to keep the tension going
17 Feb 2018
Here is a reminder that real miracles are the ones that we take for granted
13 Feb 2018
This is a world stripped of all the genteel veneer of goodness where injustice, poverty and its many ills rule
23 Dec 2017
It’s a world when India stood at a crossroads of a stifling socialist order and the apparently problem of poverty
25 Nov 2017
Laying no claims to have covered every aspect, here is a ground plan to guide you in the city
26 Oct 2017