Monthly Archives: April 2014

The Bad Touch by Payal Shah Karwa

The Bad Touch by Payal Shah Karwa is a hard hitting book. A compendium of real life stories from child sex thrivers and victims, the book presents the harsh realities of survivors and their struggle to live with their lost childhood. We hear … Continue reading

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Miss Milton Speaks her Mind by Carla Kelly

I had taken a break from romance for the past few months. I got bored of regency, victorian and even contemporary romance and thanks to George RR Martin, I happily inhabited the violent world of Westoras, fell in love with … Continue reading

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Spotlight on ‘Done with Men’ by Shuchi Singh Kalra

Done With Men by Shuchi Singh Kalra The Blurb Travel journo, Kairavi Krishna (Kay) has had it with men. After a series of disasters (losers, philanderers, leeches, mama’s boys and possessive psychos), she is all too tempted to walk out … Continue reading

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Ajaya: Roll of Dice by Anand Neelkantan

Let me begin this review by congratulating Anand Neelkantan for attempting to give a voice to those who have been derided as evil, selfish and self-centered for centuries. Ajaya is the story of Duryodhana, the evil crown prince of Mahabharata. All … Continue reading

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