Monthly Archives: October 2013

Wedding Night by Sophie Kinsella

The Wedding Night by Sophie Kinsella could be an outlandish tale with improbable reasoning or a humorous chick-lit novel that you could read, laugh and forget. (I have seen some bad reviews for this book from hard core sophie kinsella … Continue reading

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Cuckoo’s Calling by Robert Galbraith

The first thing that came to my mind when I finished reading Cuckoo’s calling was that there was nothing of Harry Potter’s JK Rowling in this one. So it was probably the right decision to write it under a pseudonym. … Continue reading

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The Five Foolish Virgins by Mohan Deep

Five Foolish Virgins by Mohan Deep is a story that only a Bollywood insider could write. The story begins with Sita who lives with her parents in Lahore during the pre-independence times. With an English father and an Indian mother, … Continue reading

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Palace of Illusions by Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni

Told from the perspective of the most controversial character of Mahabharata, The Place of Illusions is Draupadi’s retelling of Mahabharata. Tracing her story right from the time, she stepped out of that yagna shala, this is a beautiful, poignant and … Continue reading

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