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Each review post will not specifically mention whether the book was purchased or not. If there is any book I don’t like, or have nothing good to write about, I would not be doing the review at all.
Book Review: Mornings in Jenin - I received the book Mornings in Jenin by Susan Abulhawa (along with another book by the same author- The Blue Between Sky and Water) as a birthday gift from Kirthi Jayakumar, author of The Doodler of Dimashq. Because I had loved The Doodler of Dimashq, Kirthi thought I may enjoy this book too. Thank you, Kirthi, for … Continue reading Book Review: Mornings in Jenin Book Review: Status Single - When I got to know about a book titled ‘Status Single’ written by a popular and well-respected author in Indian literary circles, I knew I had to read it by all means. Fortunately, I was given the opportunity to review it for WomensWeb, and a copy found its way to me. To say I loved the … Continue reading Book Review: Status Single A Tete-a-tete with Sadiqa Peerbhoy - Set during the communal rights that followed the Babri Masjid demolition, Sadiqa Peerbhoy’s House of Discord, published by Readomania, is the story of a dysfunctional family living in Bombay and explores the impact of the violence and hatred that erupts around them. I’ve read (Here’s what I thought of it) House of Discord and was absolutely thrilled … Continue reading A Tete-a-tete with Sadiqa Peerbhoy Book Review: Out with Lanterns - Karin, a wannabe writer, and Aksh, a celebrated author meet unexpectedly and oblivious to what’s at stake begin to revel in their own cocoon of blissful existence. What follows next is an unforgettable book by Alisha Priti Kripalani, published by Readomania. Blurb: Out with Lanterns is not just a story about love. It is … Continue reading Book Review: Out with Lanterns Book Review: House of Discord - Religion has always created a divide amongst Indians that love and humanity can never fill up. Rationality, what’s what? The Babri Masjid demolition is seared in Indian history as one of the most devastating events that caused largescale destruction and deaths, an incident that sparked subsequent tragedies and terrorist activities. But Bombay, as it was … Continue reading Book Review: House of Discord