Everyone Has a Story, the debut novel of young writer Savi Sharma, with its powerful theme on love and ambition created a huge buzz among young readers. Not surprisingly the book sold more than one lakh of copies – an astonishing figure for a debut writer. Soon she landed with a book deal and Westland Books. Her second book This Is Not Your Story is result of the deal.
Finally the phenomena called Savi Sharma is coming back with her second book, titled This is Not Your Story. Her debut ‘Everyone Has a Story’ showcased an inspirational writer at top of her game. The mysteriously magical and splendid storyline has struck a chord with readers. The quirky quotes in the book drew unequivocal praise from all sections of readers. The characters of ‘Vivaan’ and ‘Meera’ have made their grand entry into Indian fan fiction. [Read more…]
When I turned the last page I wondered whether the book can be classified a Fiction or Non Fiction. Perhaps both. It has the spicy masala of a fiction and brain teasing Gladwellian stuff of non-fiction. I thought the protagonist Naina as the heroine but at the end it was Manvika, who turned out to be the real heroine – at least for me. [Read more…]
Rahul Gandhi’s frequent foreign trip is as mysterious as the dark side of moon. Nobody knows why and where he offs to. He keeps friends and foes alike guessing. Indian intelligence agencies can track him up to first point of destination from where he would take a connecting flight. [Read more…]
Hearing Kanhaiya Kumar’s speeches and all hullaballoo surrounding him I pre-ordered a copy of his book From Bihar to Tihar: My Political Journey. Having devoured the book, I feel the book falls short of high expectation of readers like me who eagerly waited for its release. Still the book is not that bad. It contains some un-published stuff about the controversial event in JNU and in the prison where the author was lodged in. [Read more…]
Death scares everyone! Even Lord Jesus had experienced the fear once. A mere mention of the word ‘death’ takes craps out of many. Many wish scientists will soon some out with a magic pill that would make them immortal. Even that happens, scientists predict the world will be destroyed by cosmic forces someday. So, the hard f**king truth is we all will be gone someday. Only difference is time. [Read more…]