The Darkness Outside Us by Eliot Schrefer is a very remarkable novel. It's a sci-fi adventure, a love story, and a study of human identity all rolled into one.
Mahasena is part one of the Murugan trilogy by Kala Krishnan. This book delves into the tales and legends surrounding Murugan, the son of Shiva and Parvati, the Gods of creation.
The Shape of Thunder is a story about two best friends dealing with the trauma of a school gun violence that has an impact on both of their lives.
Casey McQuiston’s romance novel Red, White, and Royal Blue is centered on two main characters, Alexander (Alex), the FSOTUS (First Son of America), and Prince Henry of Wales.
"A House Full of Men" by Parinda Joshi is a complicated family drama that also covers many dimensions of human behavior, such as love, sorrow, misconceptions, among others. With a touch of grief and a sprinkle of romance, it forms one great combination.
This book has a second chance trope, which is executed oh-so cutely, with different fairy-tales combined.
Equations is the debut work of Shivani Sibal, and it is a compelling story of current caste differences, a desire for power, money, and love. It presents a disturbing perspective into the Indian class struggle, and we also see how the wealthy and powerful exploit it.