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.
This book traces the footsteps of lord Rama, simultaneously wandering through the many stories from Valmiki, Tulsi, Adhyatma, and other regional variants of Ramayan, while the travelogue form keeps us firmly grounded in the contemporary reality of all these locations.
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.
"That Night" is a story that revolves around four friends- Natasha, Riya, Anjali and Katherine, who were best friends in college—each different from the other yet inseparable—until one night.
"Only The Good Die Young: And I'm Not A Saint" is a suspenseful revenge story. It revolves around Dhruv, Anuradha and Sid. The moment Anuradha leaves her past behind, her past begins to catch up with her.
The Palace of Illusions is a retelling of the ancient Hindu epic Mahabharata. The novel is narrated from the point of view of Panchaali, a princess, born from fire.
DareDreamers by the father-son duo of Ravi Nirmal Sharma and Kartik Sharma is a fun and adventuresome story of Rasiq and his promising start-up with an unprecedented idea. About The Book: Author: Ravi Nirmal Sharma and Kartik SharmaPages: 296Publisher: Rupa PublicationsGenre: Fiction, Action & Adventure. Blurb: India’s first start-up of superheroes with a mission of… Continue reading DareDreamers | Kartik Sharma | Book Review