Review

The Cubicle

There are lies, damned lies, statistics and then non-fiction. The Cubicle –Suresh Kumar Leadstart Publishing Few days after I had got Cubicle and completed reading it – being bored with routine work life and no promotion (long I realised that promotion and growth are mutually exclusive) – I was considering to apply for an internal […]

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Kanhu & other stories

Kanhu & other stories -Saroj Mishra (translated the stories from Odiya) Leadstart Publishing Long ago, my father had taken me to Orissa (it was still not Odisha then). Working in bank, he had availed the LFC and took the entire family for vacation. I was a little kid then and vaguely remember what I had […]

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Ananya – A journey towards light

Ananya –Urmila Deshpande Leadstart Publishing Ananya is a well written short story, well maybe a lengthy one but not as big to be considered as a novel. And this is the first book of Ms. Urmila Deshpande. Reading through the book I wish to appreciate three things. First, I appreciate the way the story unfolds. Though […]

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The Story of My Assassins

The Story of My Assassins – Tarun J Tejpal Harper Collins Wow! Excellent!! Marvellous!!! What a way of storytelling Tarun Tejpal has got. Charu Nivedita had been telling about Tarun Tejpal since a long time in his blog. With some impulse I got three of his books. When I started with this, I had no […]

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Brand Cliches

Brand Cliches –Raman Kalia Platinum Press Brand Cliches came to me as a surprise. There has been some change of managers at Leadstart and I had not reviewed a book for some time. Somehow one day they tracked my email and Radhika, from Leadstart, offered me a few titles. Going through the titles, having gone […]

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