If you enjoy YA fiction, you gotta read this book. Rachael Lippincott is the coauthor of the #1 New York Times bestselling novel Five Feet Apart, which you may have heard of, and this is her new book.
The Prince and the Nightingale is a story from the time of Independence in India, i.e., 1947. It speaks of the influence of democracy and independence on monarchy, the royal families and their titles.
A fast-paced, engaging thriller, full of twist and turns and unexpected climax.
Famous Indian Author Ravinder Singh is back with a romance, and this time he claims that it is the hottest story he has ever written.
The Wife Upstairs is marketed as a thriller, a modern-day retelling of Jane Eyre, though with more secrets, more twists, and presumably some murderous outcomes.
The first book in The Fractured Kingdom series, In the Shadow of Ruin, is a rare glimpse at Nigerian culture, history, and mythology. It is a historical fiction novel retelling traditional West African mythology, more specifically, ancient Nigerian.
"The Colours We See" is a coming of age, YA contemporary novel that sheds light on some difficult themes such as drug addiction, alcohol, family problems, discussions about suicide and death.