After meeting and interacting with author Ravi Subramanian, I was quite excited to read and review this book. His shift from churning out Banking thrillers one after another to something about ‘Love. Betrayal. Redemption.’,as the tag line suggests, seemed like an interesting read. The story is about Aditya Kapoor, an IIM-B alumnus, a banker… Read More Book Review: The Bestseller She Wrote
It is said that one should not judge a book from its cover. True. One more thing, though, that I’ve come to learn over time is that a book should also not be judged from its rather innovative or interesting title because there’s a chance that the imagination and creativity begin and end just there.… Read More Book Review :Love is Vodka…A Shot Ain't Enough!
When I received my autographed copy of The Bankster for review, I was thrilled. It is the one and only autographed book I have and it made me feel special to hold and possess it. If that was special, I sure have no words to express what I felt when my dear friend Pinsy told… Read More Coffee..Conversations..Ravi Subramanian…and more 🙂
Looking at the cover of this book I was bemused if I’d committed a mistake of some sort while asking for its review. It was while going through the book I realised that it is the destiny of the protagonist, Dr. Manjula Mendis, that his life very much revolves around these three, not necessarily in… Read More Book Review: Chilli, Chicks and Heart Attacks by Sanjaya Senanayake
RIP. The Resurgent Indian Patriots. The new and improved full form of an old acronym immediately caught my fancy and I just had to review this book. I’d heard a lot about the author but sadly never read any of his books (which is definitely going to change now). I had a gut feeling that… Read More Book Review: RIP by Mukul Deva