Book Review: Three Women by Lisa Taddeo|Three stories of female desire|

“But the stories wherein desire was something that couldn’t be controlled, when the object of desire dictated the narrative, that was where I found the most magnificence, the most pain.” The lives of 3 women are left bare for us to read and judge, in Taddeo’s novel ‘Three Women’. Over a period of 8 years,Continue reading “Book Review: Three Women by Lisa Taddeo|Three stories of female desire|”

Book Review: Upon A Sleepless Isle by Andrew Fidel Fernando|A Travelogue on SriLanka

Andrew Fidel Fernando’s travelogue on the beautiful country of Sri-Lanka is an honest, brutal, heartwarming and glorious compilation of his journey across the length and breadth of this country and its cities- full of dreams, history, culture and its fair share of problems. Fernando’s precise observation, witty narration and unbiased portrayal of cities, people andContinue reading “Book Review: Upon A Sleepless Isle by Andrew Fidel Fernando|A Travelogue on SriLanka”

Book Review: The Epic City by Kushanava Choudhury|Calcutta through the author’s perspective

Blurb (as on Goodreads): Everything that could possibly be wrong with a city was wrong with Calcutta. When Kushanava Choudhury arrived in New Jersey at the age of twelve, he had already migrated halfway around the world four times. After graduating from Princeton, he moved back to the region his immigrant parents had abandoned, to aContinue reading “Book Review: The Epic City by Kushanava Choudhury|Calcutta through the author’s perspective”

New Release Alert: The Moment of Lift by Melinda Gates|Genre- Nonfiction

Pan Macmillan India is thrilled to announce the publication of THE MOMENT OF LIFT by Melinda Gates In the age of #MeToo, a must-read for today’s new wave of feminists, as well as for anyone with an interest in equality and human lives THE MOMENT OF LIFT HOW EMPOWERING WOMEN CHANGES THE WORLD by Melinda GatesContinue reading “New Release Alert: The Moment of Lift by Melinda Gates|Genre- Nonfiction”

“From Quetta to Delhi” fits right into your ‘diverse’ book stack|Book Review|

Blurb (as on Goodreads): The lilting rhythms of Punjabi folk songs, the Siapewalli, and Naani wailing about her bad kismet caused by the chudail and dain. Partition changed the old traditions of Punjabiyat but in the pages of this book they come alive… The invisible cost of the Partition of the Punjab in 1947 —besides theContinue reading ““From Quetta to Delhi” fits right into your ‘diverse’ book stack|Book Review|”

Book Review: She Walks, She Leads by Gunjan Jain

She Walks, She Leads Author: Gunjan Jain Publisher: Penguin Books Genre: Non-fiction Blurb (as on Goodreads): • Nita Ambani launched the Indian Super League, on the lines of FIFA, to boost football in India • Sudha Murty gave her savings to her husband, Narayana Murthy, to help start Infosys • Naina Lal Kidwai was theContinue reading “Book Review: She Walks, She Leads by Gunjan Jain”

Book Review: Social Recruiters by Amit Sharma

Social Recruiters Publisher: Moments Publishers My Take A look at the cover page will show you praises for this book. Each one by reputed people from the Industry. Well deserved praises. This is your go-to guide to the modern day recruiting process. Social Recruiters talks about the modern day hiring process followed by all theContinue reading “Book Review: Social Recruiters by Amit Sharma”