Beneath the surface: B.K. Stubblefield

I received a copy of the book in exchange for an honest review. My views are not influenced or have any bias for the writer or publisher. Over the years I have read many books. It’s a rarity that a book takes me through varied emotions, leaving me exhausted yet happy at the end. ThisContinue reading “Beneath the surface: B.K. Stubblefield”

No Fences In Alaska: Glen Sobey

First of all, I would like to give heartfelt thanks to Glen Sobey for providing me with a digital review copy to read this book. My review is honest, unbiased, and voluntary. Having previously read the first book by glen, ‘War Blog’, I was keenly waiting for his next book. Never in my wildest dreamsContinue reading “No Fences In Alaska: Glen Sobey”

All that could have been: Mahesh Bhatt, Suhrita Sengupta

“All that could have Been” is a 142 page turner that leaves you asking for more.It does not beat round the bush and the tight plot makes it a delightful read. The book is about unrequited love. Yet at the same time it is about love that surpasses all odds and does not follow theContinue reading “All that could have been: Mahesh Bhatt, Suhrita Sengupta”

Custody by Manju Kapur

This is my first book by the author. And I must say that the book held me captive from the first page. She explores very emotional topics with much fervor. In today’s society divorce and fight for child custody is a common scenario. Manju Kapur has been described as the great chronicler of the modern Indian family. Thus,Continue reading “Custody by Manju Kapur”