Thursday, August 15, 2013

Book Review: Compass Box Killer

Title: Compass Box Killer
Author: Piyush Jha
Publisher: Rupa Publications
Pages: 234

Last week I came across this book ‘The Compass Box killer’ by Piyush jha and after reading it only one thing came to my mind – this could be scripted to a heart stopping Bollywood Masala thriller!!! With a bit of all the necessary spices like gore, sex, deception, trickery, fidelity, double-dealing, loyalty, vengeance and at last a bewildering and twisted ending makes this book a delicious À la carte.

Wednesday, July 17, 2013

Book Review: Lucky for Some, 13

Publisher  : Mahaveer Publishers
ISBN-10 : 9350880202
published  : 2012
ISBN: 9789350880203
No of Pages: 296
Cover: Paperback
Language  : English

“Lucky For Some 13, published two years after Rao’s debut novel It Can’t Be You, revolves around terrorism and weaves in multiple fast-paced, suspense-filled scenes that occur in Goa and Bangalore. Rao says that thriller aficionados and those who like plot construction will “like piecing together the clues”.-quoted from “Tracing terror”- The Hindu- by SRAVASTI DATTA, Bangalore, December 13, 2012

Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Book Review: Words of Smiths

Author: Various
Language: English
Pages: 122
Price: Rs.200
Publisher: All About Books Global

ISBN Number: 9788192569017

Bang Bang and its exam time- stealing those prized moments from our parents- my keyboard and I are presenting you a book. Well- it’s just not a standalone book. It’s a compilation of poems called “Words of Smiths”- presented by Wizkonect.

Sunday, February 17, 2013

Wednesday, January 9, 2013

Book Review: Love Across the Borders

Love across the BordersPublisher: All about Books Global


No. of Pages:

Format: Paperback

Language: English

About the book:
Winter brings in, its own charms- and snuggling romances are the common choice. Yet, that is an option for the common circumstances. For when you are expecting something out of the box- you won’t pick up a mundane Nora Roberts!

Sudam Chandra Panigrahi’s “Love across the Borders” seems one such offbeat romance.