Let the Game Begin Book Review

Let the Game Begin by Sandeep Sharma is a thriller based on the game of chess. And as I started to read it, I did not stop until the end. The characters and their evolution are well characterized and the pages do not scare you, as the reading is never boring, that does not lack suspense and the curiosity will carry you to the end.

Two kingdoms, Chaturanga and Sarprakt, are at war with each other since ages, which are split by a shaman mountain range Lambasa Parbat that seems to have absorbed evil forces that go beyond any human understanding.

Chaturanga, the prosperous one, was ruled by valiant King Viratha, who always defeated Sarprakt on the other side, whenever they attacked. Chaturanga is before long bestowed with a self-motivated successor, Devrat, but King Veeshdhar of Sarprakt is executing a cruel plan and finally, Devrat gets killed treacherously as also King Veeshdhar. King Viratha, crippled by the conspiracy urges the mystifying man of the mountain trikalgyani to devise a m…

Fade to White Book Review

Fade to White by Shreya Dhanwanthary is a story that gives hope even to those who no longer believe in the feelings or, even less, for a second chance and is one of those books that, when it ends, you cannot immediately replace it with another that will make you change your mind and making you understand that, often, we say the word "fine" when, out there, the world is waiting.

This is a story of three individuals who are trying to find out who shape of the past, present and the future, whose existence, as they recognize it, shatters subsequent to a distressing episode and endeavor to come across a fresh start with an opening away from their obscurity.

The truth appears to the eyes but has to be discovered with the heart and is right there when none of us thought it was, in the surrounding world with all its simple element. In fact, if we pause a moment to reflect on this distracted and chaotic life, we understand that everything was done and lived has not brought us here a…

63 Rejections Book Review

63 Rejections by Kaushik Mudda aims to guide the understanding of the dynamics of innovation and caters to the frame of mind one requires to begin any sort of venture with the materialization of an entrepreneurial culture.

The book paints a portrait for engineering graduates, who are looking to undertaking into fields apart from coding, and about the difficulties that they will face is intended for a demographic catering to all ages and professions at a time when the startup culture is abundant and defines a new pop culture.

The majority of new businesses seem inevitably doomed to failure. The causes are many from market instability to the errors of assessment of the promoters, but many failures can be prevented. When markets are in turmoil, the one who can combine a rigorous method with a strong creativity can not only survive but also thrive. The book offers a set of powerful tools simple to understand, and presents in detail the practical technical and powerful tools used by the au…

Kerala, The Divine Destination Book Review

Kerala, The Divine Destination by Lalitha Balasubramanian is a travelogue, where we witness a progressive discovery of temples of Kerala and its true soul, where you can perceive those memories of the author from the drumbeats during the processions to the smell of jasmine and the warmth of the braziers that burned in temples.

South India is the warm and lush heart of the subcontinent, an unsettling mix of avant-garde and timeless traditions where everyday life and spirituality are intimately linked. This makes it very different from the northern part of the country. The opening words in the introductory chapter itself already contain the whole meaning of the book itself.

In a trip, whatever it is, you receive the gift of the "journey" that already resides within us. India in this kind of gifts is very generous which you will discover in your inner aspects and emotions only apparently hidden in the temples, the serenity of the people of Kerala, the screams of the children.


Smash My Glass Book Review

Smash My Glass by Geeta Chhabra rests comfortably in the palms of a hand with polished verses in the era of modernity that contain words like pearls that remain scattered, and blend well to become the countryside, valleys, mountains, planets, universes with a collection of poetry, prose, and photographs.

We have to have the patience to follow the reasoning that stops time, enlarges the space, visions, and thoughts because, as the true poets, perceives in things beyond what their worldly sense, reducing human facts to their essential moment. This a precious little book with the author has a special feeling for artistic phenomenology in all its forms with the poems and the prose’s, envelops the reader like a thick and pasty breath, of unexpected familiarity.

The poet returns to its origins when the look was pure ability to see. The impact of the experience and ways of living in the present day is seen in relation to the voice of the poet in the same time who tried often dramatically to …

Floating Haiku Book Review

Floating Haiku by Shalini Yadav is a collection of Haiku and some images which are inspiring lessons of enormous value from the point of view of ethics and aesthetically its content is generally a reminder of the fleeting nature and observation of reality and is, therefore, a very visual poem, which in a nutshell shakes the human soul and draws deep emotional nuances.

Not all yet know about the haiku. In its extreme brevity, the haiku is perhaps the genre that best expresses the Japanese sensibility, which prefers the illusion, the hint, the fragment to the completeness and redundancy. This lyric was born in Japan and is characterized by a metrical structure of seventeen on a phonetic unit of the eastern base respectively on three lines of five, seven, and five syllables.

The level of the poems is undoubtedly very high and the reader will be bowled over to the wealth of images and feelings that can evoke from three lines comprising the love for nature, the romantic paintings, the mela…

In The Shadows of Death Book Review

In The Shadows of Death: A Detective Agni Mitra Thriller by Sourabh Mukherjee is full of twists and especially the reader does not expect the amazing finale. Reading the book you can make a thousand theories about who might be the murderer and trying to find the motivation that it may have pushed to make such a gesture.

Sheetal Mehra, HR executive with Crescent Technologies, is found murdered in the toilet of a Kolkata hotel following an office get-together. Anyone could have killed her from the displeased husband, a lecherous supervisor and one of her numerous jilted admirers.

ACP Agni Mitra finds out about her double-crossing behavior as he starts investigating the murder but the inquiry is wedged in innumerable confounding questions when the murder of Meenakshi Menon, a Director of Altius Finance, hits the headlines. As more murders astound the metropolis, it is not too long before the mêlée of intellect with his invisible antagonist turns personal for Agni, who has to battle stor…