Amit Agrawal has been running this blog successfully for quite some time now. From online he has now gone to paper and launched his own book. With the pen name ‘Aag’, you can expect quite a fire packed book from him. The book is called ‘Cetakte Kainchghar’ and it is a compilation of his work. He does not want you to know his story and history. All he wants is that you judge him from his work. You can check out his blog to get a taste of his talent.
The blogger, Sakshi Nanda, talks about the book ‘Half a Billion Rising’ by Anirudha Dutta, in this post. The times are changing and women are not like they were before. They have a voice now and they do not suffer quietly. Through all the struggles in life they have emerged as courageous, strong, powerful and independent. The book talks about this issue and gives ample proof to prove this point.
This post is all about the book ‘Himalayan Playground’ by Trevor Braham. The blog is all about traveling through places and the joy it gives. The book tells the story of a soldier in the Second World War traveling through the Himalayas. In his journey he travels through many places and goes through many adventures. You can read more about the soldiers exciting journey and the parts you should look forward to in the post.
4. Tabula Rasa
Economics is not just a subject, it is the way of life. Our life and the society run on these concepts and they work everywhere without us noticing. ‘The Undercover Economist’ by Tim Harford gives to you all these concepts in a very fun and witty language. He uncovers many secrets that are in the open but no one ever notices. He breaks down how economics dictate your every step in life in such a simple language that even a novice is able to understand it. The blogger has taken up this book to review and does a beautiful job on it.
In the post, Tarang Sinha gets in conversation with the bestselling author Suchi Kalra. This interview is must read for all those people who are looking to become a writer. It gives us a behind the scene kind of thing which helps us understand what a writer has to face, how to write, how to get published, how to get inspired and so on. Basically it tells you all about what goes on in the head of a freelance writer. You will also get to know the secret of transforming to a successful writer from a freelance writer.
6. Uma Devu
In the post, Uma Devu, the blogger, reviews the book ‘Cough Syrup Surrealism’ BY Tharun James Jimani. She reviews the book honestly and reading it makes you feel like you are talking to a friend. She writes in simple language and comes straight to the point which is very time saving. She talks about both the pros and the cons of the novel so that you are able to judge it without any difficulty. The book is the story of the pop culture of Chennai and how it affects the lives of the youngsters there.
The blogger, Cynthia Rodrigues Manchekar, revies the book ‘Hifi in Bollywood’ by Rishi Vohra in the post. The book is about the life of an aspiring director and how he faces many difficulties in his journey. You will find out all about the book here. The blogger talks about the story line, the narration, the impact, the characters and more. You are also given some quotes from the novel to give a taste of the style of writing.
If you always wonder what money is, where it comes from, why can’t the government just print more money and distribute it in the public to eradicate poverty and stuff like that then the book ‘Money Wise: The Aam Aaadmi’s Guide to Wealth and Financial Freedom’ has all the answers for you. The book is written by Sharath Komaraju and it breaks down the world of finance perfectly for you. The blogger, Geeta Nair, has done an exceptionally well job in reviewing the book. She has given it 5 stars so it is a must read.
The blog redpillows is run by both Namrata Ganti and Shreyas Shenoy. They read and review books as well as interview various authors and participate in book promotions. In this post they review the book ‘The Man I Love’ by Suanne Laqueur. You can read about the story line, the bloggers thoughts and also check out the trailer of the book over here. The bloggers have covered everything in the review so that you don’t have to do any work and can just go read the book.
10. Ushasri’s POVs
In the post, the blogger talks about the book ‘Domechild’ by Shiv Ramdas. You can see the book through the bloggers perspective and get to know all about her experience reading it. You can find out about the storyline. Quotes that will grab your attention, plot, highlights, characters, writing style, bloggers take on the book and more all over here. The review is honest and does not hold back anything. After reading about all the details of the novel you will be able to decide without any problem if you want to give this book a chance or not.
11. Anmol Rawat
This post is about the book ’Animal Farm’ by George Orwell. It is a short read but keeps you hooked till the very end. It seems like the blogger ‘Anmol Rawat’ is quite fascinated by the book as he has given it 4 stars. The book is a political satire. The blogger gives a perfect quote from the book to raise your interest and make you find out more about it. The satire talks about how animals lead a revolt against humans, just like the socialist lead a revolt against the communists.
12. CYBER DIARY
The post talks about the novel ‘Wisdom of the White Mountain’ by Kandathil Sebastian. The post talks about the story, the author, how the novel reflects the society, the bloggers experience reading it and so on. The book takes up serious issues like the dark side of religion, politics etc. the blogger reviews the book after reading the 1st book by the author and so he reviews this novel armed with the knowledge of his writing and what to expect.
In the post the blogger, a not at all apologetic bibliomaniac, gives us a view to her mind. she answers some fun questions related to her love of reading, choice and lifestyle. All the book lovers go through these choices, the blogger tells us about what she prefers and why. This makes the reader feel closer to the blogger and it a chance to find out what you have in common with her. She answers some questions like keep, throw away or sell?, stop reading when tired or at chapter breaks? And more questions which every book lover has to answer.
14. Ujval’s Lounge
If you have gone through all the novels on yourself and are in search for reading something else but can’t decide what, then this post is perfect for you. Ujval, the blogger, reviews the book ‘5 soul Searching Short Stories’ by Shailesh J. Khatri. The post talks about all the 5 stories in the novel and what you can expect in them. You can read about the writing style, the narration, the review and everything else you need to know about the book over here in the post.
This is exactly what is on the mind of book lovers. Kritika Narula, the blogger, created this blog out of her love for books. Here you will find book reviews, author interviews and more. You can also find quotes from various novels so that you can relive all the memories you experienced while reading the novel the first time. The interviews give an inside view to the life of your favourite writers and give you a behind the scene sort of deal of the book.