Book Reviews

Half A Shadow by Anurag Shourie – Book Review

Book Name: Half A Shadow Author: Anurag Shourie Blurb: Three deaths – a beautiful bride, a young businessman, and a famous doctor. Crime arises from its protracted slumber in Udaipur, and the City of Lakes finally sheds its veil of tranquillity. Trapped in the heart of the mayhem, is Dr. Aditya Deshmukh, a quintessential loser. …

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Vitamin H by Abhishek Deepa Thakkar – Book Review

Book Name: Vitamin H Author: Abhishek Deepa Thakkar Blurb: Filled with capsules of optimism and hope, Vitamin H is a collection of thoughts, suggestions and advice for the young at heart to nurture their minds and refresh their spirit. It aims to elevate the lives of people by fostering inner confidence and strengthening their faith. …

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Technology to Business – The Invisible Gap by Harish Rijhwani – Book Review

Book Name: Technology to Business – The Invisible Gap Author: Harish Rijhwani Blurb: We are living in the digital world. A world of technology. Or is it a world created by visions that are beyond bits and bytes? Bill Gates did not just want to build software. He wanted to put a personal computer in …

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There’s a Poet in Everyone by Diwakar Pokhriyal – Book Review

Book Name: There’s a Poet in Everyone Author: Diwakar Pokhriyal Blurb: This book aims at introducing poetry lovers to different forms of poetry to help many aspiring poets to keep writing and enjoying poetry. This is to create a base among the poetry lovers to get a feel and understanding about poetry. Becoming a great …

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The Nameless Relationship by Preeti Shenoy – Book Review

Book Name: The Nameless Relationship Author: Preeti Shenoy Blurb: Some of the best relationships that exist in this world are nameless ones. They crouch behind those sanctioned by society: the legitimate ones, the ones that you can define because they are approved, allowed, understood and normal. In this finely crafted short story, Preeti Shenoy examines …

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