Novels

American Maharajah – Book Review

March 3, 2018 • By

Book Name: American Maharajah
Author: Mark Stephen Levy
Publisher: White Falcon, India
Year: 2018
Pages: 204
Genre: Literary Fiction
Reviewed by: Rakesh, contributor to BooksToRead

American Maharajah is a novel by American novelist and a frequent travel enthusiast, Mark Stephen Levy. He has prepared this novel with a mixture of modern dilemmas and the ancient legends; as a reader, I can say that – based on my own understanding of the novel, for sure. To keep everything short and to tell my verdict to the readers, I will just say that the novel is a perfect piece of literature for the readers who often want to read something new and interesting. If you are one of them, you are going to find a young man looking for the truth of his birth and on the way, he finds a beautiful girl who loves someone else who had the same face as “Ravi” – Amar. The novel has a little of secret, a little more of suspense and even more of good writing and craft of the fiction. In short, you can go for it right now and enjoy your read instantly!READ MORE


Novels

Little Maryam by Hamid Baig

February 28, 2018 • By

Hamid Baig’s debut novel, liked by the readers as romance, Little Maryam has become a bestseller and it certainly demands our scrutiny. We picked a reader and he, Manish, has read the book and sent us this clear review of the book which makes it easy for the readers to understand what content they might expect inside the book once they begin reading it. So, here is the review of Hamid Baig’s novel Little Maryam by Manish. You will certainly like it.READ MORE


Spiritual

Talks on the Gita by Vinoba Bhave – review

February 25, 2018 • By

Talks on the Gita is a book with the collected talks delivered by Vinoba Bhave on various aspects of the holy book, Srimad Bhagwad Gita. The book also has the same number of chapters just like the original book Gita – 18. In these different Chapters, you will get to read the thoughts of Vinoba Bhave on various ideas and aspects of Gita. These thoughts are, in a proper way, channelled to simplify the deeper meanings of the holy book which is often considered obscure by the common readers who are interested but cannot understand Gita in its entirety. Talks on the Gita will surely help such readers.READ MORE


Bestsellers

Exam Warriors by Narendra Modi – a review

February 17, 2018 • By

Exam Warriors is a book written by Narendra Modi which ponders on the examinations, their position, their side effects in the students and possible chances of redemption from the stress that exams bring in the life of young as well as grown-ups. Though there are very few new thing which you will find in the book, still, the book is very interesting as it takes you to a different kind of trip into the heart of yourself. It does not teach you; it guides you with the help of visuals and funny exercises in the book. There are 25 chapters and it goes on from the art of focusing to the elements of Yoga which can help you de-stress yourself during the days of Board exams or any other exams.READ MORE


Spiritual

Treasure Trove of Zodiacs – review

January 17, 2018 • By

Knowing a little or more than a little about the people we daily come into contact with is always helpful. We try different tactics for the same but sometimes they work and sometimes they don’t work. Men and women, however, have always been inquisitive to know more and more about the person they love or about people they are around them. This is a natural instinct and we are always looking for resources by which we can fulfil this wish. What about a book? Tanuj Lalchandani, an astrologer from Delhi, has come up with a book on Zodiac signs and personality – Treasure Trove of Zodiacs. This book has 176 pages only and it details the different layers of the personality of people belonging to different zodiac signs from the twelve.READ MORE