Book review: The Fisher Queen’s Dynasty by Kavita Kane

I've always looked forward to reading the retellings of the Mahabharata from the perspectives of its various characters. What makes me so curious about this epic is that it does not paint any of its character in a singular shade. There aren't any blacks and whites, but a gamut of shades out there. About the … Continue reading Book review: The Fisher Queen’s Dynasty by Kavita Kane

Book review: The Night Diary by Veera Hiranandani

I've not read too many books on India's partition, because I am emotionally weak that way. I stay away from stories that are anywhere close to being gut-wrenchingly sad, skip portions in books that I think could make me cry. But The Night Diary sounded too interesting, different from the rest to pass on. Also, it has … Continue reading Book review: The Night Diary by Veera Hiranandani