Book Reviews

Elixir | Sinjini Sengupta

Where does our mind go, when we fall asleep? Can dreams weave a layer of parallel existence? Can there be another reality beyond all that we touch, see or feel?

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The White Masai | Corinne Hoffman

Set in the backdrop of the Masai village in Kenya, this book is dramatic and heart wrenching and explores love, a sense of loss and belonging in the heart of Africa.

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Cabbing All The Way | Jatin Kuberkar

Jatin Kuberkar’s ‘Cabbing All the Way’ is a story about twelve people sharing a cab on the way to office. But be careful, because there is a 13th person in the cab Jatin never tells you about – You!

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ORIGIN | Dan Brown

Brown believes that there will be a symbiosis of artificial intelligence and human genomes, resulting in a new biological genus.

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DANGLE by Sutapa Basu

As I read the book page after page even I realised how everything simply ‘dangles up there between success and failure’ and that ‘falling down is part of life, but getting up is living.

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In The Light Of Darkness | Radhika Tabrez

To be able to create a fictional world with such minute detailing, a storyline this engrossing, and people this realistic and relatable is a feat - one which Radhika has managed to achieve beautifully.

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