I came across Amit’s writing for the first time on his blog, earlier called Mashed Musings. He excels at humour and feminist writings. After he had his daughter, his sporadic daddy journals made for some hilarious reading. But then his blogging took a backseat as he got busy with his first book, False Ceilings. The Read More →

Though this is Ismita’s first book that I read, I did hear some good reviews of her last book, Jacob Hills. I picked up this book because murder mysteries intrigue me. Pitting yourself against the author and trying to figure out the whodunit is always thrilling. An overview This is the story of Johnny Will Read More →

A.X. Ahmad weaves this tale of intrigue, betrayal and heartbreak. Thrillers are the genre I dig the most whether it is drama, crime or medical thriller. And of late, I have been reading some good Indian authors too. This is the first book I’ve read of A.X.Ahmad, and I quite enjoyed it. The story traces Read More →