Posts by tag: novel

Posted by on 02 September

The Bracelet by Ishaan Lalit

Every book has it way of appealing to the readers. With young adult books ragging the market and imagination of budding authors running free among the clouds- readers are indeed...
02 September, 2011 Books more
Posted by on 28 February

Antiquity in all its Grandeur

In the eighties, Kayar used to be telecast as a period drama series on Doordarshan. Having watched an episode or 2 then, I don’t remember to be impressed or understood...
28 February, 2011 Books more
Posted by on 02 February

Xcess Baggage by Varsha Dixit

Xcess Baggage comes with a strange baggage with it and I can’t figure out if it is a surprise or a shock or I guess it is a mix of...
02 February, 2011 Books more
Posted by on 14 November

The girl with the dragon tattoo

Author: Stieg Larsson ISBN 978-1-84724-254-2 (English) Publication date: 2005 Translated by: Reg Keeland Pages: 480 Plot Harriet Vanger has been missing and presumed dead for 40 years. But then why...
14 November, 2010 Books more
Posted by on 08 May

The Hot Zone by Richard Preston

The Hot Zone, is a 1994 New York Times best seller book by Richard Preston. The Book discusses the sudden reappearance of the Ebola virus, which was then limited to Southern...
08 May, 2010 Books more
Posted by on 23 April

Abduction by Robin Cook

Plot: A scientific research deep sea drilling team drills into an underwater volcano except that it isn’t a volcano at all! Main Protagonists: Perry Bergman (President of Benthic marine), Suzanne...
23 April, 2010 Books more
Posted by on 18 April

The Broker by John Grisham

When it comes to reading books with power play, I trust no one else than John Grisham. He has a sense of power in his writing and personally I rate...
18 April, 2010 Books more