Dharmayoddha Kalki: Avatar of Vishnu

My Book Review Title: Dharmayoddha Kalki: Avatar of Vishnu Author: KEVIN MISSAL Paperback:482 pages Publisher:Kalamos Literary Services LLP; First edition (24 September 2017) Language:English My Rating: 4/5 stars.   Blurb - Whenever there is a decline in righteousness and an upsurge in unrighteousness, at that time, I take birth again. - LORD GOVIND. Born in … Continue reading Dharmayoddha Kalki: Avatar of Vishnu


When Opposites Meet

My Book Review Title:When opposites meet Author: Sachin Garg Paperback: 216 pages Publisher: Harlequin; 1 edition (25 October 2017) Language: English My Rating: 3.5/5 stars.   Blurb - What happens when opposites meet? When two completely different people find themselves drawn to each other? Can they really find happiness together? Can wheelchair-bound Ritwika find a chord that connects her … Continue reading When Opposites Meet

Army Girl Steals Civilian’s Heart

My Book Review Title: Army Girl Steals Civilian's Heart Author: Oswald Pereira Kindle Edition: 172 pages Publisher: Oswald Pereira (21 September 2017) Language: English My Rating: 3.4/5 stars.   Blurb - Amrita Datta is petite and pretty, with large light brown eyes. But she calls herself an Army Girl, because of her army background. Her father and his two … Continue reading Army Girl Steals Civilian’s Heart


My Book Review   Title:ROOH SE ROOH TAK Author: VINIT BANSAL Paperback:194 pages Publisher:Nine Books (An Imprint of Vani Prakashan) (18 July 2017) Language:Hindi My Rating: 4/5 stars.   Blurb - गर ना समझें तो यह महज़ एक कहानी है, एक किताब है... बाकी और किताबों की तरह, जिसे आप पढ़ते हैं और भूल जाते हैं। … Continue reading ROOH SE ROOH TAK

Brahmahatya: Sanskrit for ‘the act of killing a Brahmin’

My Book Review Title: Brahmahatya: Sanskrit for 'the act of killing a Brahmin' Author: Rajiv Mittal Print Length: 296 pages Sold by: Amazon Asia-Pacific Holdings Private Limited Language: English My Rating: 5 /5 stars.   Blurb - A story of revenge and redemption and deeds shaped by forces that humans believe they have defined through mythology and scriptures but still … Continue reading Brahmahatya: Sanskrit for ‘the act of killing a Brahmin’