The uncertain feminist - 2 months ago
I am not sure if I'm a feminist. I'm ashamed to admit it, but I don't enjoy screaming the "vadge" word at the top of my voice in public places like theatres.
Book review: Suits - 1 year ago
Perhaps the most frightening thing about Suits is that its not a piece of fiction its a no-holds-barred account of Nina Godiwallas Wall Street experiences (Morgan Stanley, to be precise).
Book review: The Arty Farty Party - 1 year ago
Pratik Basu tells you almost everything you may have wanted to know about how leading Indian advertising agencies were run in the 80s.
Book review: Anurima - 1 year ago
The secrets are gradually, very gradually revealed, so you are compelled to keep turning the pages.
Book review: Abandon - 1 year ago
If you go by recent bestsellers in Young Adult fiction, teenage girls are mainly interested in dead teenage boys: dangerously sexy vampires, zombies, ghosts et cetera.
Book review: The Prayer Room - 1 year ago
When George leaves England for Madras in 1974 to work on his art history dissertation, he brashly tells his girlfriend not to wait for him.
Book review: Kanika Dhillons Bombay Duck Is A Fish - 1 year ago
It could have been a really good novel, but it reads more like a promising second draft with room for improvement. Even so, its got some nice things going for it.
Priya In Incredible Indyaa explores the shallow world of Delhis Darlingjis - 1 year ago
Namita Gokhales elegant prose sweeps you into the shallow world of politicians, arms dealers, vapid socialites, ruthless gold diggers and Bollywood-has-beens.
Steele yourself for this - 2 years ago
The book is not trashy like the title its rather readable because Misra is a good story teller.
Humour seasoned with a dash of satire - 3 years ago
This collection of six short stories is by a Mumbai-born, Canada-based writer, and not one of them has anything to do with the worn-out theme of alienation.