I was recently skimming through Goodreads to find the next book I wanted to read and I stumbled upon the book “The kind worth Killing” by Peter Swanson.
During the past couple of years, people began to show a tremendous interest towards books that dealt with historical fiction. This scenario encouraged many aspiring writers to spin a mind-blowing narrative with well-known Indian classics and mythology as its background. This scenario made me realize the importance of revisiting Indian epics like Ramayana and Mahabharata.
Last week, I received a copy of “The Symbol”, a debut novel by Varun Gautam, an IT professional from New Delhi. I completed the book today, and I must say that “The symbol” gave me a good and different experience. So, what is the book all about? The story is written in the first person
Book Review: God is a gamer by Ravi Subramanian Hi, A few weeks back, I was browsing through the blogadda website and I happen to stumble upon a page that said that blogadda is giving out copies of Ravi Subramanian’s latest thriller “God is a Gamer” for review. I signed up immediately, but realized that