For One More Day: Book Review by Asha Seth

The review is also available on Goodreads. The Blurb: Charley Benetto is a broken man, his life destroyed by alcohol and regret. He loses his job. He leaves his family. He hits rock bottom after discovering he won't be invited to his only daughter's wedding. And he decides to take his own life. Charley takes a... Continue Reading →

Survival Sandstorm: Book Review by Asha Seth

The review is also available on Goodreads. Author: Mehul Jangir| Genre: Historical Fiction | Pages: 175 The Blurb: Aboard the plane that battles the devilish storm over the great Sahara are three hostages from Nazi Germany, three hostages who can change the course of World War II if they reach their destination. Can Ivsker Vodkech,... Continue Reading →

Eating Wasps: Book Review by Asha Seth

The review is also available on Goodreads. Author: Anita Nair| Genre: Fiction | Pages: 255 The Plot: In a small town by the river Nila, a thirty-five year old writer kills herself. No one knows why. Fifty-two years later, an antique cupboard in a private resort opens to reveal a frightened child. And the mystery... Continue Reading →

Mr Mercedes: Book Review by Asha Seth

The review is also available on Goodreads. Author: Stephen King| Genre: Thriller | Pages: 405 The Plot: The story opens in a parking lot where job seekers have lined up to test their luck at a job fair. In the wee-hours, a maniac with a clown mask runs down a Mercedes on the lot killing 8 people and... Continue Reading →

Love Trumps All: Book Review by Asha Seth

#MyThoughts: How far would you go following your dream? And would you retract after you've hit the pinnacle of success? Author: Sudarshan Mahabal| Genre: Fiction | Pages: 374 The Blurb: Anant Joshi, a dreamer who chases the American dream during Y2K rush and leapfrogs from a small Indian town to start-up innovative Silicon Valley venture.

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Dead to Them: Book Review by Asha Seth

#MyThoughts: A good suspense novel takes a lot more than the customary whodunnit twists. With all that and a lot more, 'Dead to Them' is as good as it can get for a debut novel. Author: Smita Bhattacharya| Genre: Suspense Thriller | Pages: 272 The Blurb: Moira Madhwa is the typical young, beautiful and successful... Continue Reading →

Wings of Poetry: Book Review by Asha Seth

#MyThoughts: All lovers of poetry must read this once for it's sheer opulence of sagacious introspection woven intricately with words. Author: Meenakshi Sethi| Genre: Poetry | Pages: 284 The Blurb: This is journey of heart On wings of poetry Flying, moving, searching Through vivid patterns of life Finally connecting my words To your eyes… Let's explore together Layers... Continue Reading →

The Book of Lost Things: Book Review by Asha Seth

#MyThoughts: What does one choose when tough times call, family or one's own interest? Does this book answer why it's called 'The Book of Lost Things'? Is it worth one's time? Author: John Connolly| Genre: Children's, Adult Fiction, Coming-of-Age | Pages: 355 The Plot: 'The Book of Lost Things' by author John Connolly is about a... Continue Reading →

Demons in my Mind: Book Review by Asha Seth

#MyThoughts: Is the mind really responsible for all that one does? And how far can you go controlling your mind? 'Demons in my Mind' by Aashish Gupta has left me pondering with these thoughts. The Blurb: Are crimes and mental illness related? Is your mind under your control? Is your life an illusion created by... Continue Reading →

Delhi: A Novel: Book Review by Asha Seth

When I wanted to read a book on Indian History, someone had recommended this book. But I am sure there are better books on the subject than this. Because, of history, I am not sure. But Sex and Death you will get in plenty in Khushwant Singh's 'Delhi: A Novel'. In fact, you get a much... Continue Reading →

The Sensualist: Book Review by Asha Seth

I am ardent admirer of Ruskin Bond and try to read anything and everything he's written. This book was a welcome change from the customary Bond fiction. With The Sensualist, Ruskin Bond has ventured away from his stylist fiction that has won him tonnes of admirers and followers. Naturally, therefore, 'The Sensualist' caused quite some... Continue Reading →

The Power of Positive Thinking: Book Review by Asha Seth

The Power of Positive Thinking was my first book for 2014 and I am glad I chose to start the year surfing on positive sails. Just when I came across all but raving reviews about this book, I was fortunate enough to receive an audio-book from Reado and all I had to do was to plug the earphones... Continue Reading →

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