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Book review: A glamorous cruise that turns deadly

This book comes across as a bit mild, perhaps the luxurious setting of this book does not lend a creepy effect.

10 Sep 2017 2:34 AM

Book review: Gripping tale of 25-year-old journo

It was basically divided into a recipe mode: ingredients, batter, heat, eating, coffee and a cig which on hindsight suited Kitty’s culinary passion.

11 Aug 2017 12:30 AM

Predictable story with occasional specs of humour

Then starts the familiar routine of telling family and friends to look out for prospective matches for Madhurima.

28 Jul 2017 1:50 AM

The story of an avenger from Pataliputra

Mr Mitra’s book transported me to 326 BC, giving me a beautiful view of life in those times.

14 Jul 2017 1:34 AM

The most fearsome, marauding military leader’s story told in flippant puns and jokes

Genghis Khan, founder of the Mongol empire was a military genius, a notorious tyrant who used psychological warfare to win battles.

07 Jul 2017 12:41 AM


Book review: Forge a bond with animals and nature

The theme of the books is perfect for the age groups of seven and eight.

23 Apr 2017 2:08 AM

Book review: Deceit, lies galore in this race to the top

Once the elections are announced, a bunch of students start tearing the snooty school apart with their desire to win.

02 Apr 2017 2:05 AM

Book review: Our lives, our stars

The book sends out the message that our lives are pre-ordained, that we are all here to fulfil certain karmic obligations.

26 Feb 2017 1:40 AM

Book review: Just the right dose of wit, laughter

The book starts with Heffley, who has seen a movie as a little kid about a man whose whole life is secretly filmed for a TV show

15 Jan 2017 1:56 AM

Book review: Romance takes the thriller route

When Sahil confesses his love to Anya, she turns him down, saying that she can’t reciprocate his feelings.

27 Nov 2016 1:34 AM