Monthly Archives: March 2014

Game of Thrones: A Dance with Dragons by George R.R. Martin

I have completed the last of the published books in this series and have joined the thousands of fans who are waiting eagerly for the next book. Tyrion surfaces in Pentos of all places and is with Magister Illyrio. This … Continue reading

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Spotlight on Daniel’s Diary by Rajeshwari Chauhan

  Daniel’s Diary by Rajeshwari Chauhan   The Blurb When Mrinalini, an art restoration expert, ventures into the ruins of Rang-Mahal and the Palace of Sumangarh, an accidental discovery of a skeleton and a manuscript detailing the exploits of Daniel, … Continue reading

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Tall Man Small Shadow by Vipin Behari Goyal

First, let me congratulate the author for writing this novel. It is not a easy thing to write a novel from different POVs and he has not only managed it with aplomb but also shifts from first person to third … Continue reading

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The Malhotra Bride by Sundari Venkatraman

First of all I was amazed to find out that The Malhotra Bride was a self published book by Sundari. If books like this are around, then there may yet be hope for other good authors who want to get … Continue reading

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Game of Thrones: Feast of Crows by George R.R. Martin

I have one major complaint about this book. Tyrion Lannister doesn’t make an appearance 😦 However the author does give us access to one of the most dangerous character in the series; Queen Cersai who wakes up to the worst … Continue reading

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Don’s Wife by Vinod Pande

Don’s wife is a powerful story of romance, crime, honour, retribution and revenge. This saga of crime begins with the murder of Kamini, who is the Don’s wife. We see so many different facets of this character in the first … Continue reading

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Love’s Labor by Andy Paula

I picked up Andy Paula’s Love’s Labor after reading her blog here. A beautiful love story set against the backdrop of a small town, Andy’s story will strike a familial cord with many. Piali Roy is a teacher at a … Continue reading

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