Posts Tagged ‘reviews’

From Bihar to Tihar is the memoir of Kanhaiya Kumar which tells us about his story, from his childhood in rural Bihar to sudden stardom as India’s most famous student leader. Here are a collection of reviews which might compel you to read this book yourself! Swarna Pawar’s review on Goodreads says, “His writing depicts...

Anuja Chandramouli’s Rani Padmavati: The Burning Queen has been well appreciated by readers for bringing life to the historical character of Rani Padmavati who stood up for her own rights and self-respect centuries ago. We bring to you some of the reader reviews which might entice you to read this book for...

The Goat Thief is the translated short stories collection of acclaimed Tamil writer Perumal Murugan. Translated by N. Kalyan Raman, the stories are handpicked by the author himself. Receiving applaud from readers who like short stories and those who started reading short stories thanks to The Goat Thief, we bring you...

Twinkle Khanna has been unanimously hailed as the Queen of comebacks and her Twitter feed is nothing short of legendary. Her second bestselling book, The Legend of Lakshmi Prasad, is a collection of four short stories, each drastically different from the other. The stories are being adapted in different ways,...

All writers dread their reviews, keeping their fingers crossed that they will be raves. But now there’s a new kind of review and a new kind of reviewer. They don’t read the book and they review not the book but the writer and his/her politics. Their victims are left-liberal writers, many of whom Juggernaut are...