Salim must die
"Salim must die", is the sequel to Lashkar. Mukul Deva has scripted a racy thriller in "Salim must die". The story resumes with Iqbal infiltrating back to India after an ambush in PoK. He is apprehended but no one trusts the valuable information he voluntarily discloses. Soon the world wakes …read more
The world of Nagaraj
Having inherited well, Nagaraj has no need to earn for a living and so his day is very leisurely spent. His begins his day early with a prayer, a relaxed coffee followed by charitable accounting at for his friend Coomar at the Boeing saree shop.
One fine day, Tim leaves …read more
A brave new world
In 1984, the government of the future keeps it's citizens under constant surveillance and uses coercive measures to keep them under check. "A brave new world" shows us a different point of view of how future governments may administer.
In this book, Aldous Huxley writes that future governments will keep …read more
Lord of the Flies
A group of pre-teen boys are marooned on an uninhabited island after their plane crashes. The boys decide to get together and look after themselves until someone comes to their rescue. Intriguing enough to read it? "Lord of the flies" is an award winning book by William Golding.
This book …read more
The vendor of sweets
What happens when your children don't believe in the values you live by? "The vendor of sweets" is a classic story that narrates this. Jagan is a sweet vendor at R K Narayan's Magludi who believes in everything organic and Gandhiji's way of life.
His son Mali grows up to …read more
I had heard of the phrases "Orwellian Future" and "Big Brother is watching you" many times but never appreciated the seriousness they conveyed until I read this book.
In 1984, Oceania (a fictitious country) is controlled by a totalitarian regime headed by "The Party" symbolized by "Big Brother". Every member …read more
Steal like an Artist
Austin Kleon, is a US based writer and artist and "Steal like an artist: 10 Things Nobody Told You About Being Creative" is his second book. I found this book in a doctor's waiting room and started paging through because it sounded exciting.
The book comprises 170 pages with half …read more
I am a big fan of Robin Sharma's "The Monk who sold his Ferrari". The story telling technique to communicate personal improvement goals stands out among books of Dale Carnegie, Stephen Covey etc.
"Leadership Wisdom by the monk who sold his Ferrari" adopts the same story telling technique to convey …read more
The War Ministry
The War Ministry is the concluding book of the Raisina Series by Krishan Partap Singh (after Young Turks and Delhi Durbar).
Azim Khan and Karan Nehru make a comeback in this book and the story resumes from where it left off in the Young Turks. Azim Khan is elevated to …read more
Delhi Durbar is the second book (first being Young Turks) in the Raisina Series by Krishan Partap Singh. In this book, Jasjit Sidhu inherits his father's power brokering business after his death and forced to return to India leaving his cushy investment banker job abroad. Here, he finds himself falling …read more