The Dubious Relationship: A contemporary look at single-motherhood and social norms
“The Dubious Relationship”, written by two young women, Sinjini Sinha and Dipsikha Ray, and published by Power Publishers, is a treat to read from the very beginning.
Lost Lustre: A hunt for a stolen gem that will take you on an Alaskan cruise as well
Everybody loves a good mystery. And any good mystery book is just incomplete without adventure. But the problem is finding a good book of mystery with an engaging adventure thrown in. So it was with some trepidation that I picked up the 'Lost Lustre' by Akanksha Chokshi.
“Down Flows The Kansai” authored by Barendra Nath Ray traces the life of a college professor, Abhinov Ray. It is not a racy, pacy plot but interesting indeed.
The concept of young love has been the topic of many fictional stories from time to time. But as time progressed, so did the way of portrayal of romance in books and movies.
Self-help books are often looked upon as assets by readers. One such book is “Public Speaking” by Provin Kami, where the author talks about the benefits of good public speaking skills and how to master the skill.
The latest book that I picked up for some light reading -- “New Sense of Being a Doctor” -- turned out to be one of the best books that I have read in a long, long time.