Metamorphing: A book by Kunal Pancholi

About the Book

 

28THAPRIL, 2000: Flight No. 9×4876 bound to Srinagar has crash landed into the Everest Base camp. Unconfirmed reports suggest that the flight mysteriously went off the radar for few minutes and missed its landing. All passengers are feared dead… except for three bodies that are yet to be recovered. 8THDECEMBER, 2050:This, without doubt is the most gruesome murder in recent times. Early this morning, an unidentified woman was found mutilated at the western gates of the abandoned Victoria Terminus Station in Mumbai. Authorities report her head was … well … semi-decapitated and she was drained of all her blood. The shocking part – the crime scene was devoid of any signs of blood spatter… ROHAN: He was shorter than the shortest girl in school; he had to be ahead in the game! RUDRA:A man without a past, coaxed into a murder investigation; will he ever grasp the true nature of the crime? A thrilling tale about two men bound by an untraceable yet undeniable fate – One running away from his past, another unaware of his own.

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BOOK REVIEW: THE CROSSOVER YEAR: BY BHARGAVI BALACHANDRAN

I’ve always been a fan of first person narration. Now combine that with humor, realistic approach and a simple language and I think you have a good read for the weekend. The crossover year proved to be just that for me. No matter how much we advocate the love marriages and things like that, arranged marriages are a majority in our country and seeing the protagonist’s beautiful take on it plus the way she carries herself, I was impressed.

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Book Review: Mohini: of Bollywood Dreams and Obsessions by Ramendra Kumar

Bollywood is something that intrigues us all. No matter fictious or real, somehow we all seem to like stories related to the showbiz. While I always wondered if the movie Dirty Picture was really based on a real life story, given that some incidents were just too real for me, I got to read the book “Mohini: of bollywood dreams and obsessions” thanks to Sarika and Janhvi from Readaddicts. I was already a fan of Ramendra Kumar’s writing after his article on Writing: An obsessive compulsive disorder! Time to read more about the book.

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Book review: I am life by Shraddha Soni

Everyone wants a fairy tale, but not everybody gets one. But no matter where your life takes you, you can definitely make one hell of a story out of it. This is how I summed up Shraddha’s amazing book “I am life”. Spoiler alert, you are going to love it if you feel like reading a short and precise story currently.

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Book Review: In Pursuit of a lesser offence.

 Do you remember Geet from the movie Jab We met? Well, meet Sangeet. She doesn’t have the similarities with the character but she does have a similar turmoil in life. If you like reading a book where the protagonist is someone you can relate to and it provides you all the climaxes and twists you need, In Pursuit of a lesser offence is one book to go for.

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An Interview with Dr. Ketaki Patwardhan

Today we have Dr. Ketaki Patwardhan Nirkhi, Assistant Professor  of Anaesthesia by profession and an author by choice.  She has written two books till date- Those Enchanted Four and Half Years & The Missing Connection.

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Shubham: Welcome Dr.Ketaki. It’s really a pleasure to have a chat with you.
Dr. Ketaki: Thanks. Pleasure is all mine.

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In Conversation with Priyanka Baranwal

Today we are in conversation with Priyanka Baranwal, author of the book “It’s Never Too Late.”

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Shubham: Welcome Priyanka. It’s really a pleasure to have a chat with you.
Priyanka: Thanks. Pleasure is all mine.

 

Shubham: To begin with, tell us a bit about your book.                    Priyanka: It’s Never Too Late is a story of woman Maya. She is educated from IIT Kanpur and grabs a job in Bangalore. She lives with her best friend turned husband Rajat who is also from IIT Kanpur. They have a five year old daughter names Sejal and they all live in Bangalore.

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The Hunt for Kohinoor: A Book review.

A thriller, a gripping story, a nicely packed action narrated beautifully in about 400 pages. If that entices you even a bit, The Hunt for Kohinoor is the book you should go for this weekend.

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Author: Manreet Sodhi Someshwar

Publisher: Westland Ltd.

Number of pages: 425

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Leveraging Talent, Empowering Youth

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